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New Hours for Vital Records!

Beginning on Monday, March 2nd, the Harford County Health Department’s Vital Records office will be open from 8:00am-4:00pm! Read more information below- The Harford County Health Department announces it is extending the hours of operation of its Vital Records office. Beginning March 2nd, the Vital Records office will be open from 8:00am – 4:00pm, Monday […]

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Harford Addiction Awareness Night- Overdose Training and Addiction Treatment

The Harford County Health Department and The Bergand Group have partnered to host an evening for friends, family, and professionals involved in the treatment and prevention of addiction and substance use. The evening will begin with Dr. Julie Stancliff presenting the Maryland Opiate Overdose Response Program. This is an interactive educational training designed to teach […]

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Aberdeen Location Closed

The Aberdeen location of the Harford County Health Department will be closed until further notice. Medicaid and MCHP are temporarily located at the Bel Air office (120 S. Hays St.) and the Edgewood location (1321 Woodbridge Station Way) MAPC billing can be dropped off at the Edgewood location. Please call 410-838-1500 if you need a […]

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Extreme Cold Weather

It’s been an extremely cold weekend and it seems like there isn’t any relief in sight. Follow the link for cold weather tips and information on how to stay safe during such brutal temperatures. Click for more information.

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From January 1 to January 23, 2015, 68 people from 11 states were reported to have measles. Most of these cases are part of a large, ongoing outbreak linked to an amusement park in California. On January 23, 2015, CDC issued a Health Advisory to notify public health departments and healthcare facilities about this multi-state outbreak and to provide […]

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OPEN: Wet Season Perc Testing

To:            Development Community and the General Public From:       Leonard Walinski, Program Supervisor Re:            Start of the 2015 Wet Season Soil Testing Date:         January 9, 2015 Effective January 12, 2015, the Harford County Health Department, Bureau of Environmental Health will open the 2015 wet season for soil percolation tests.  This decision was based on observed water table […]

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