Public Health

Public Health's goal is to protect, promote, and improve the health, environment, and quality of life to the residents of Elbert County. The primary purpose of public health is to assure the conditions in which people can be healthy.

Most of the work of public health agencies is population based; that is, it focuses on improving the health of the entire community.

Public Health Services are available to the entire community and are partly funded by tax dollars. Elbert County Public Health is devoted to preventative services and education. We are unable to offer emergency or sick care.

Public Health Updates


Community Health Assessment Update


The Elbert County Community Health Assessment survey is now live, at https://bit.ly/3JXbKgR ECPH is soliciting citizen input on the current and future health needs of our county. The survey should take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete, and is compatible with mobile electronic devices via the QR code option. A Spanish language version will also be available.

 

The survey is confidential. The information you provide during the survey will be combined with answers from other people and will be compiled in a summary report. Individual responses will not be shared with anyone. At the end of the survey participants will have the opportunity to enter contact information for inclusion in random drawings for $25 gift cards to local businesses and restaurants.


Public Health weekly updates



Contact

Individuals seeking Septic Permits and Inspections, or Vital Records, should call 720-595-3620.

Important Public Health Services News

Elbert County has contracted with Tri-County Public Health to assist in provision of services. As we progress in our services plan we will post more details to this website. In the meantime please contact the Health and Environmental Services Department directly with any questions at 720-595-3620.