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Graham County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Graham County Public Health Staff:






Inpreparation for seeking accreditation from the national Public HealthAccreditation Board, the Division of Public Health and its partners havecompleted a State Health Assessment with 5 identified priorities.  Nowthey need your input on the process and priorities.  If you would like toreview and provide input to that important process, please go to thislink:  http://publichealth.nc.gov/sha

The Graham County Public Health would like to give a great thank you to the Mini Skirts for their donation to the BCCCP program of $6,800.  This money will help the citizens of Graham County with cancer screenings.  Thanks for all your support.

ZikaVirus Disease

About:  It is spread to people primarily through mosquitos which lay eggs in and near standing water in things like buckets, animal dishes, and flower pots. They are aggressive daytime biters and can also bite at night. 

Symptoms:  Most common are fever, rash, joint pain , red eyes. The illness is usually mild with symptoms lasting for several days to a week.

Treatment:  Get plenty of rest. Drink fluids. Take medicine such as acetaminophen (Tylenol�) or paracetamol to reduce fever and pain.

For Pregnant Women: Zika virus can be spread to her fetus and has been linked to a serious birth defect of the brain called microcephaly in babies of mothers who had Zika virus while pregnant. CDC recommends special precautions for pregnant women. Women who are pregnant should not travel to areas with Zika.

If you have Zika, prevent mosquito bites for the first week of your illness.

More detailed information can be found on CDC’s Zikavirus web page for healthcare 

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

Department of Public Health now has Private Immunizations


We currently have:




Hep A

Hep B



Insurances covered are Cigna, BCBS, NC Healthchoice.


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.

Have questions?

Contact your healthcare provider or click here