The CDC recommends that everyone 6 months and older receive a yearly flu shot!
Please contact your primary care provider or local pharmacy for your flu shot today!If you are uninsured and in need of a flu shot, please contact Saratoga County Public Health Services at 518-584-7460
Information regarding the Novel Coronavirus can be found below. Please note, there are no cases of the Coronavirus in Saratoga County at this time.
Anyone experiencing symptoms who uses vape products should contact their healthcare provider immediately. Healthcare Providers should report possible cases to the local poison control center (1-800-222-1222). If individuals are concerned at all with their vaping device or products or just want more information, they can call the NYSDOH’s Vaping Hotline at 1-888-364-3046.
Saratoga County Public Health Services is proud to announce our selection as a 2019 Rural Impact County Challenge (RICC) Action Learning Cohort!
Thanks to the National Association of Counties (NACo) and County Health Rankings & Roadmaps (CHR&R), Saratoga County will get the chance to expand both our efforts and education surrounding housing, health, and equity. The initiative will run from Sep. 2019-Aug. 2020, with a chance to discuss these topics alongside other participating counties at a NACo Lake Placid Summit!
The RICC’s focus on housing, health, and equity will shine a light on the organizations of Saratoga County already working to address these issues including the Continuum of Care Committee (COC). We look forward to learning from the RICC over the next year!
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Arthopods & Zika Virus Contact: Nancy Harrison RN, BSN, PHN 518-584-7460 ext. 8304
Communicable Diseases Contact: Nancy Harrison RN, BSN, PHN 518-584-7460 ext. 8304
Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs Contact: Joann Maloney, BA 518-584-7460 ext. 8367
Early Intervention Contact: Kerry White, MA 518-584-7460 ext. 8390
Emergency Preparedness Program Contact: Lori Prock, MS ext. 8109
Immunizations Contact: Kesiena Oliker RN 518-584-7460 ext. 8399, Appointment Line ext. 8599
Injury Prevention (Fall Risk, Child Safety, Occupational Safety, Domestic Violence) Contact: Priscilla Wheeler, SPHN 518-584-7460 ext. 8332
Lead Poisoning Prevention Program Contact: Alicia Farrow RN 518-584-7460 ext. 8366
Maternal Child Health Contact: Priscilla Wheeler RN, BSN, SPHN 518-584-7460 ext. 8332
Rabies Contact: Elizabeth Herlihy RN, BSN, PHN 518-584-7460 ext. 8355
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Contact: Shana Phelan RN 518-584-7460 ext. 8365
Tick-Borne Diseases Lyme Contact: Shana Phelan RN 518-584-7460 ext. 8365 –
All other tick borne diseases Contact: Nancy Harrison 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.
For a comprehensive list of community resources in Saratoga County, such as primary care providers, Medicaid dentists, local Food Pantries, mental health & addiction resources, and more, please visit our Community Resources Directory. Visit our Smartphone Apps Directory for a list of health-related apps available for download. Other Public Health Topics may be found here:
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