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Rate your services at the Graham County Department of Public Health or complete our online survey and submit it to: alicia.parham@grahamcounty.org

Let us know if we are serving your needs appropriately. This can also be submitted to alicia.parham@grahamcounty.org, or mail it in to 21 South Main Street, Robbinsville, NC 28771.

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Health and Wellness Resource List
Notice of Privacy Practices
Graham Revitalization Economic Action Team (GREAT)
Graham List of Accessible Resources


Graham County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

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Graham County Department of Public Health would like to thank the The MINI Skirts for their hard work and dedication to fight cancer.  the MINI Skirts is an all-girl MINI Cooper Motoring Network.  They raised and donated $5,455 to the Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Program of the Graham County Public Health.  

Way to go MINI Skirts!!!!!!

Your hard work will go to saving women's lives in a fight against cancer.  


The Graham County Department of Public Health would like to thank the Robbinsville High School Softball team for their donation of $300 to the Graham County Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Program.


WIC will be closed May 19-27 due to the transition to Crossroads, a new electronic system.

WIC will re-open May 28.

If you need vouchers plan ahead and come in May 12-16.



Never Use a generator indoors, in garages or in carports.





Hilltop Health Care

Free Clinic

  open 1 pm to 5 pm

New provider

Sandy Gibson, ACNP


Child Care Providers: Whooping Cough is on the Rise!

Whooping Cough is Serious!


Whooping cough (pertussis) is serious at any age, but is life-threatening to newborns and infants who have not completed the series of

vaccinations that would protect them from whooping cough. Each yearhundreds of infants are hospitalized for whooping cough.

Some infants die from it.

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