Nonessential businesses will stay closed through May 15th.
All K-12 schools and college facilities statewide will remain closed and continue to provide distance learning, meal delivery and childcare services for the remainder of the school year.
Governor Cuomo issued executive orders 202.17 and 202.18 requiring all people in New York to wear masks or face coverings in public, including when taking public or private transportation or riding in for-hire vehicles.
New York is notifying 49 other states of COVID-19-related illness in children.
Governor proposes “Americans First Law” stating a corporation cannot receive government funding if it does not rehire the same number of employees pre-pandemic.
Governor Cuomo issues Executive Order mandating all nursing home staff be tested for COVID-19 twice per week.
Hospitals cannot discharge a patient to a nursing home unless that patient tests negative for COVID-19.
Department of Health and Human Services has distributed new treatment Remdesivir to
For the most current information about Coronavirus, go to coronavirus.utah.gov.
If you’re worried about whether you may have COVID-19, please call the Utah Coronavirus Information Line at 1-800-456-7707.
Si está preocupado de que tal vez pueda tener COVID-19, llame a la línea de información del Coronavirus de Utah 1-800-456-7707.
For language materials and resources visit our Coronavirus page.
Join us in helping all Utahns reach their highest health potential
The Office of Health Disparities (OHD) is committed to a vision where all people have a fair opportunity to reach their highest health potential given that health is crucial for well-being, longevity, and economic and social mobility.
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The It Takes A Village: Giving Our Babies the Best Chance program is an ongoing effort by the Utah Department of Health Office of Health Disparities (OHD) to address birth outcomes among Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander communities. OHD has developed
Family medicine physicians provide comprehensive, continuous healthcare to all members of the family throughout the course of their lives. By building relationships based on communication and respect, these physicians gain a deeper understanding of the whole person, including the range of physical, emotional and socioeconomic factors that influence a person’s health status.
The Department of Family & Community Medicine integrates biological, clinical and behavioral sciences to train our physicians to provide outstanding levels of patient-centered and culturally appropriate care.
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Clinical Associate Professor of Family and Community Medicine
Dr. Gatta is a quanitative methodologist, specializing in building capacity within organizations to engage in research, evaluation, and quality improvement efforts. He is the Director of Research for the Department of Family & Community Medicine, and serves as course director for intermediate and advanced biostatistics courses offered
Welcome to the Department of Medicine at the UT Health San Antonio.
The Department of Medicine is the largest department in the School of Medicine and is committed to excellence in clinical care, education and research.
At UT Health San Antonio, “We Make Lives Better” and this vision is embodied in our Department Mission statement: • Improve the health of our patients and the community through the discovery and implementation of high value, evidence-based, patient-centered treatment and prevention programs. • Advance health care for the future by preparing health care providers for life-long learning, translating basic research into clinical practice and redesigning health care delivery to promote population health. • Promote the growth and success of the School and University through interdisciplinary collaborations in research, integration of clinical care and interprofessional education programs. • Enhance the lives of our faculty and staff by providing a workplace
The Mississippi Department of Mental Health is committed to making available a comprehensive system of services and supports so all Mississippians have access to the least restrictive and most appropriate level of services and supports that will meet their needs. Our system is person-centered and is built on the strengths of individuals and families while meeting their needs for special services. Services should be provided on a continuum of where the person is at that time and what their needs are.
Mississippi’s mental health service delivery system is comprised of three major components: 1) state-operated programs and community service programs, 2) regional community mental health centers, 3) and other nonprofit/profit service agencies/organizations.
Inspiring hope, helping individuals on their road to recovery, and improving resiliency are key factors to the success of the people we serve.
Hepatitis A Virus is a vaccine-preventable form of infectious hepatitis.
1. Hepatitis A is contagious and can harm your liver.
2. Prevent the spread of hepatitis A. Talk to your health care provider about getting vaccinated.
3. The hepatitis A vaccine is safe and effective.
The hepatitis A information line is available to the public to answer questions regarding hepatitis A activity in Florida. The information line is available Monday – Friday 8am to 5pm during normal business hours.
Please take steps to protect yourself. The ADH recommends:
Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use hand sanitizer when soap and water are not available.
Practice social distancing. Avoid close contact with others, especially those who are sick, by keeping at least 6 feet between you and others.
Avoid going out except to get medical care. If you think you have been exposed to COVID-19 and develop a fever, cough, or shortness of breath, call your health care provider. Your physician will decide if testing is necessary based on your symptoms and known exposures.
Wear a cloth mask when in public and unable to maintain a 6-foot distance from others. Click here to read the CDC’s recommendations. The ADH offers this do-it-yourself cloth mask design.
The Division of Cardiovascular Medicine is directed by Dr. Dan Roden (Interim Division Chief) and Dr. Daniel Munoz (Interim Co-Director for Clinical Affairs). The Division is comprised of more than 140 faculty members dedicated to understanding, preventing, and treating cardiovascular disease.
Our physicians perform approximately 130,000 clinic visits annually. We offer the most advanced technologies to treat coronary artery disease, arrhythmias, and structural heart disease in new, state-of-the-art cardiac catheterization and electrophysiology laboratories. In 2018, our heart transplant program was the second busiest in the world, with 100 adult heart transplants performed that year. Our multi-disciplinary programs in prevention, lipid management, inherited heart disease, adult congenital heart disease, vascular medicine, and cardio-oncology are unique in the region and among the busiest nationally.
A fundamental component of our mission is research aimed at understanding the causes of cardiovascular disease and the translation of this knowledge to improve patient care. Our faculty
Recognized for outstanding clinical, educational and research initiatives in family health
The Department of Family Medicine offers patient-centered personalized medical services through The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center at locations throughout Columbus and Franklin County. Teams of physicians, residents, nurse care coordinators, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, dietitians, medical assistants/technicians and mental health experts work together to ensure that our patients receive excellent, personalized healthcare.
Family medicine offers a wide-range of team-based services, including physical examinations, wellness care, pediatric services, care for sports-related injuries, women’s healthcare, acute care and chronic disease management, family and marital counseling, psychological services, minor surgery, care coordination, dietitian nutritional services, pharmacist medication review and much more. In addition, as part of one of the nation’s top-ranked medical centers, the Department of Family Medicine has access to nationally and internationally recognized specialists and support services.
As leaders in patient-centered, team-based care, our family medicine offices are all