Arthopods & Zika Virus Contact: Priscilla Wheeler RN, BSN, PHN 518-584-7460 ext. 8304
Communicable Diseases Contact: Priscilla Wheeler RN, BSN, PHN 518-584-7460 ext. 8304
Early Intervention Contact: Kerry White 518-584-7460 ext. 8390
Emergency Preparedeness Program Contact: Brandt Greiner 518-584-7460 ext. 8372
Immunizations Contact: Joanne Sweet RN, BSN, PHN 518-584-7460 ext. 8399, Appointment Line ext. 8599
Injury Prevention Contact: Renee Janack RNBS, PHN for Fall Risk -related information 518-584-7460 ext. 8362
Lead Poisoning Prevention Program Contact: Renee Janack RNBS, PHN 518-584-7460 ext. 8362
Maternal Child Health Contact: Lori Pitcheralle RN, BSN, SPHN 518-584-7460 ext. 8332
Rabies Contact: Elizabeth Herlihy RN, BSN, PHN 518-584-7460 ext. 8355
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Contact: JoAnn Zornes RN 518-584-7460 ext. 8365
Tick-Borne Diseases Lyme Contact: JoAnn Zornes RN 518-584-7460 ext. 8365 – All other tick borne diseases Contact Priscilla Wheeler RN, BSN, PHN 518-584-7460 ext. 8304
Tuberculosis Contact Jamie Berardi RN 518-584-7460 ext. 8366
Please Note: Saratoga County Public Health Services no longer provides Home Health Care services. If you are looking for a home health agency for in-home nursing or therapy care, this agency no longer provides those types of services. Please click here for additional information.
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Community Bulletin Board
Saratoga County Public Health Services is proud to be a partnering agency with Cornell Cooperative Extension to bring the Nourish Your Neighbor Healthy Food Drive Initiative to the communities of Saratoga County! Click the banner to learn more! If your organization is interested in hosting a food drive, call 518-584-7460 ext 8362 for information & materials.
Emergency Preparedness Program
Click here for important information regarding how to prepare in the case of an emergency. Shown below are images from our 2017 POD (Point of Dispensing) training event. This multi-agency drill is held annually at various locations throughout Saratoga County; in this case (mimicking a medical emergency), PODs would open as a means of dispensing medications to the members of our communities.
Downloadable Booklets & Toolkits
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