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Worcester Health Launches New Web Page Dedicated to Diabetes Education and Prevention

Snow Hill, MD – The Prevention Services Program of the Worcester County Health Department is excited to announce the launch of two newly designed web pages that focus on diabetes education and prevention. The web pages are easy to navigate and user friendly.

Worcester Health hosting Summer Wellness Camp in June

Snow Hill, MD – The Worcester County Health Department is hosting a free four-day Summer Wellness Camp 9am to 1pm each day from June 21-June 24 at the Delmarva Discovery Museum (2 Market St, Pocomoke City, 21851). The camp will include local guest speakers with presentations that will help prepare youth for their teenage years.

COVID-19 Update 6-17-21

 

Congrats to all who attended our recent 8th Grade Transition Event

The Worcester County Health Department invited all 8th grade Worcester County Public school students who are transitioning to high school next year, and their parents or guardians to the 8th Grade Transitional Event. The event was held at Shad Landing on May 20, 2021 under the Manokin Pavilion. Since 2011, Worcester County Health Department has hosted an annual Father-Daughter Dinner with the goal of highlighting the relationship between young women and their fathers, or other role models. This year, the invitation list was expanded to include mothers/ mother figures and sons. Parental figures have a powerful impact on many aspects of their child's life in areas such as academic achievement, avoiding teen pregnancy, and being self-confident and self-reliant.

For more information, please see the attached release and check out out our Facebook page @worcesterhealth to view additional photos from the event.

Rabies Vaccination Public Service Announcement

Snow Hill, MD– If your pet received a rabies vaccination from Dr. Hafez at Worcester Animal Clinic located at 1402 Market Street, Pocomoke City, MD within the last 12 months (on or after April 1, 2020), please contact Worcester County Environmental Health at 410-352-3234.

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