Contact:
 Berlin Health Center
 
 Phone: 410-629-0164
 
 Hours: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.


altOther services included in the section include Administrative Care Coordination, Care Coordination and Ombudsman Program.

 


Additonal Health Care Resources:

Administrative Care Coordination Unit (ACCU)

The Administrative Care Coordination Unit (ACCU) provides outreach, education, and care coordination activities to the Medical Assistance population, as well as the uninsured and underinsured populations.  The program ensures that clients remain in care and that all populations have access to needed health care services, local resources and programs.
 

The Ombudsman Program accepts referrals from the Compliant Resolution Unit.

The Ombudsman attempts to resolve referred disputes, to assist in resolving complaints, and to educate the enrollee about the Medical Assistance Program,as well as local resources and programs.

Contact:  Phyllis Burton RN
Location:  Berlin Health Department
Telephone:  (410) 629-0164



 

Substance Abuse Help

 

Zika Information

 

Rabies Information


     

WCHD News

Training available at a discounted cost to county alcohol licensees

(Snow Hill, MD)- The Worcester County Health Department is offering discounted TIPS (Training for Intervention Procedures) classes and certification to Worcester County alcohol-licensed establishments. TIPS training is shown to decrease an establishment’s chances of alcohol violation penalties, keep our community safer, and increase customer satisfaction.

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Crystal Bell will participate in "Walkable Communities" training program.


Snow Hill, MD - America Walks, a national advocacy organization working to empower communities to create safe, accessible, and enjoyable places to walk, announced today that they are awarding Crystal Bell, of Worcester County Health Department, a Walking College Fellowship as part of the 2018 program. The Fellowship will enable Bell and other advocates from around the country to participate in a five-month training program designed to strengthen local efforts to make communities more walkable and livable.

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Cases are on the Rise—Effects can be Harmful and Deadly

Baltimore, MD (April 17, 2018) – The Maryland Department of Health and the Maryland Poison Center have reported the fourth hospitalization in Maryland from individuals experiencing risk of severe bleeding after using synthetic cannabinoids, which are often called Spice, K2, Bliss, Scooby Snax, or fake weed. 

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Fatalities related to intoxication down in Somerset, Worcester and Wicomico in 2017

Snow Hill, MD- Deaths related to drug and alcohol intoxication, including opioid overdoses, are down in Worcester, Wicomico and Somerset Counties, according to 3rd Quarter 2017 Overdose Data released by the Maryland Department of Health last week. From January through September 2016, compared to the same period in 2017, intoxication fatalities are down 20-percent in Somerset County, 42-percent in Worcester County, and 32-percent in Wicomico County. The drop-off in the Tri-County region comes at a time when overall drug and alcohol related deaths in Maryland are on the rise.

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