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COVID-19 Vaccine and Registration Data | Health

Details: The Health Department is offering vaccination registration to Fairfax Health District residents ages 65+ and people ages 16-64 with underlying medical conditions, as well as to health care personnel and childcare workers (center-based or licensed/permitted home-based), and K-12 teachers or staff members who live or work in the Fairfax Health

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COVID-19 Vaccine | Health

Details: Per the Virginia Department of Health, the following individuals are eligible for vaccination: Phase 1a:. Health care personnel. This includes primary caregivers of persons with chronic medical conditions or intellectual or developmental disabilities requiring a high level of daily care, and the following human services employees that provide in-person services to clients or the public: social

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COVID-19 Vaccination Registration | Health

Details: The Health Department is offering vaccination appointments to qualified individuals as detailed in "Step 1" below. More information about vaccine phases and availability in the Fairfax Health District. Looking for vaccine and registration data? Visit the dashboard. If you meet any of the above

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Health Department Services | Health

Details: Fairfax County Health Department in partnership with Inova, Lions Club, For Eyes, LensCrafters and MyEyeDr offers a basic eye exam and glasses to county residents who meet the eligibility criteria. To be eligible for this service, you must be a Fairfax County resident and meet income eligibility.

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COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ | Health

Details: Health care personnel and long-term care facility residents and staff who live or work in Fairfax County, the cities of Fairfax or Falls Church, or the towns of Herndon, Vienna, or Clifton are eligible. Phase 1b: As of January 18, 2020, the following 1b groups are eligible for vaccination in the Fairfax Health District:

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COVID-19 Tools for the Fairfax Community | Health

Details: Health experts urge everyone 6 months of age and older to get a flu shot this year, and every year. With the COVID-19 pandemic still in full force and flu season now starting, it is more important than ever that everyone do their part to help prevent the spread of respiratory illnesses. Most health insurance plans cover flu shots for free.

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About the Health Department | Health

Details: Accreditation. Fairfax County Health Department achieved national accreditation through the Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB) in May 2016. PHAB, established in 2007, and jointly funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, administers the national accreditation program.

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Diseases and Conditions | Health

Details: Information for Health Care Professionals. Support the Health Department's mission to protect, promote and improve health and quality of life for all in the Fairfax community. Access health alerts, disease and epidemiology news, and disease reporting information.

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Frequently Asked Questions | Health

Details: Neighborhood Health and HealthWorks for Northern Virginia are federally qualified health centers that provide primary medical, dental and behavioral health services to low-income individuals and families. People with Medicaid, Medicare or private insurance are also welcome. You can contact a location near you to make an appointment.

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Eviction Prevention | Health and Human Services

Details: Health and Human Services; Eviction Prevention Eviction Prevention. Eviction Prevention Information and Data Tools. The economic impact of coronavirus has ravaged communities across the nation, and has had a serious impact on Fairfax County, leaving many residents at risk of eviction. Some residents are more heavily affected and may require

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COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ for Health Care Providers | Health

Details: Inova and Fairfax County Health Department are vaccinating 1a health care workers by appointment. Register for an appointment online with the Fairfax County Health Department. OR. Make an appointment by calling the Health Department’s vaccine hotline at 703-324-7404 (Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.) OR

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Health Permits for New Food Establishments | Health

Details: Contact the Health Department in person at 10777 Main Street, Suite 100, Fairfax, VA 22030 or call 703-246-2444 to schedule a pre-opening inspection. Please call at least 3 days before the day you would like the inspection to take place. The following requirements must be met for the pre-opening inspection:

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Food Establishment Owners and Operators | Health

Details: The Health Department reviews food establishment plans and conducts pre-operational inspections; inspects more than 3,300 permitted food establishments, including restaurants, public schools, day care centers and hospital kitchens; inspects and permits temporary food establishments at events such as fairs and festivals; responds to citizen

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Health Clinics | Health - Fairfax County

Details: The Health Department’s clinics provide basic health care screens and tests to the community. We see all types of residents with all sorts of health needs including travelers who need vaccines, children requiring immunizations, and adults who need a TB or HIV test. People are encouraged to make an

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Onsite Sewage Disposal and Private Well Water Systems | Health

Details: The information is submitted to the Health Department and is reviewed by one of its Environmental Health Specialists. The Environmental Health Specialist travels to the site to review the private sector Soil Scientist’s evaluation in order to determine the feasibility of constructing an onsite sewage disposal system.

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Get Involved | Health - Fairfax County

Details: Fairfax County Health Department is a dynamic, nationally recognized Health Department with a robust and active emergency management office. The Health Department’s Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response (EP&R) ensures that Health Department staff and volunteers, county government organizations and non-governmental partners, and residents of Fairfax County are prepared for and able to

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Permit Applications, Forms and Resources | Health

Details: Renew Your Health Permit. You must get an annual operational permit from the Health Department before opening a public facility for use or to continue operations. The following establishments can renew a health permit online: Public Swimming Pools (year-round permits expires on Dec. 31). Religiously Exempt Child Care (permits expire on Sept. 30).

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Health Department News and Events | Health

Details: The Fairfax County Health Department is pleased to partner with the Institute for Public Health Innovation (IPHI) to hire and train staff for COVID-19 contact tracing efforts. Contact tracing is a vital part of the Health Department’s approach to fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Health Permits for Food Establishments: Annual Renewals

Details: Fairfax County, Virginia - Most Permits to Operate a Food Service Establishments in Fairfax County expire on December 31 of each year. To avoid operating without a valid permit, submit the annual permit renewal application to the Health Department by December 31.

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Health Permits for Food Establishments: Change of

Details: Health Permits for Food Establishments: Change of Ownership When there is a change of ownership of an existing food establishment, the new owner must obtain a new Permit to Operate a Food Establishment before taking ownership.

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Adult Day Health Care Program and Activities | Health

Details: Health Monitoring. Each center has a highly skilled medical staff who oversee each participant’s health needs. This includes identifying emerging medical issues, administering medication and working with caregivers to monitor any behavior or physical changes. Music and Memory

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School Health Services Program | Health

Details: The School Health Services Program is an extension of the Fairfax County Health Department. School Health Services staff and other Health Department employees work together to: Monitor communicable diseases, such as the flu and norovirus. Ensure access to health services, such as immunizations.

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Locations and Contact | Health

Details: Speech-Language-Hearing Clinics are co-located with Health Department District Offices. Fairfax Speech and Hearing Clinic at the Joseph Willard Health Center 3750 Old Lee Highway, Fairfax, VA 22030 +1 (703) 246-7120 TTY 711 Mount Vernon Speech and Hearing Clinic 8350 Richmond Highway, Suite 233 Alexandria, VA 22309-6100 +1 (703) 246-7120 TTY 711

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COVID-19 Quarantine Guidance | Health

Details: Health Advisory SUMMARY. On December 2, 2020, the CDC released Options to Reduce Quarantine for Contacts of Persons with SARS-CoV-2 Infection Using Symptom Monitoring and Diagnostic Testing.The Fairfax County Health Department (FCHD), like the CDC and the Virginia Department of Health, continue to recommend a 14-day quarantine period after the last close contact to a person with COVID-19 as

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Food Inspections and Enforcement Actions | Health

Details: The Health Department imposes the following types of enforcement actions: Suspension of Permit to Operate for Imminent Health Hazard: The permit is suspended and a directive is given to cease and desist using unsafe portions of the facility or the entire facility to ensure public health. A hearing is not required to suspend a permit, but the

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Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response | Health

Details: The Health Department is the lead agency for Emergency Support Function (ESF) #8, Public Health and Medical Services, within the Fairfax County emergency management structure. ESF #8 provides local, state and federal resources to identify and meet the public health and medical needs of residents impacted by emergencies.

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Dental Services for Children | Health

Details: The Health Department Dental Clinic does not have a program for the adult population. Dental emergencies or routine care can be obtained from the vendors listed below. Please call them for an appointment or for information regarding cost of services. Howard University School of Dentistry, 202-806-0007. Neighborhood Health. Annandale office, 703

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Help Wanted: Fairfax Health District Hiring Weekend

Details: The Institute for Public Health Innovation is the official public health institute serving the DC-MD-VA region and one of over 40 such institutes across the country. IPHI develops multi-sector partnerships and innovative solutions to improve the public’s health and well-being in the region.

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Adult Day Health Care Participant News and Resources | Health

Details: Adult Day Health Care Centers are open Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Participant Families, Get a Free Week Help us spread the word about Adult Day Health Care, and get a free week. Participant families who refer a new participant are eligible for a free week of service. Just call or

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Safe Disposal of Medicines | Health

Details: Before visiting a Health Department office, please call to confirm that kits are available. General Home Medical Disposal Information Don't Flush Unused Medicines. Why? Because they can end up in our rivers and streams. To help protect our environment, throw unused, unwanted or expired over-the-counter and prescription medicines in the trash.

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Speech and Hearing Services | Health

Details: Speech Services. Speech Screenings are offered regularly to identify speech issues in children and adults. Individual Speech Therapy sessions provide individualized, one-on-one care to address an individual’s specific needs.. Group Speech Therapy brings people with communication disorders together for speech practice in a social environment.. Hearing Services

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Maternal and Child Health | Health - Fairfax County

Details: Maternal Health Services. Pregnancy testing. Public Health Assessments for pregnant women. Prenatal care provided in partnership with Inova Cares Clinic for Women for pregnant residents who meet the required low income level and have no other way to get care. Complete the Maternity On-Line Medical Referral Services (MOMS) eligibility form to apply for prenatal care services.

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COVID-19 and Children | Health

Details: Social, Emotional, and Mental Health. We recognize that the pandemic can affect more than your child’s physical health, but can also impact social, emotional, and mental well-being. Here are three things that you can do to help your child: Stay active. Regular physical activity can improve your child’s physical and mental health.

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Board of Supervisors Health and Human Services Committee

Details: The Board of Supervisors Health and Human Services Committee is scheduled to meet at 9:30 a.m. on Feb. 2, 2021.. Location: Electronic (due to the State of Emergency caused by the COVID-19 pandemic). The meeting can be accessed as televised on Channel 16, streamed live online and available to view on demand following the meeting. Live audio of the meeting may also be accessed by dialing 703-324

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Adult Day Health Care Staff | Health - Fairfax County

Details: Our health care specialists love their jobs. And it shows: the turnover rate of our staff is 80 percent lower than the national average. * But it’s more than just tenure alone. We take a holistic approach to health care. Our nurses ensure the medical needs of participants are met, while our

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Mold, Mildew and Fungi From Flooding | Health

Details: While Fairfax County Health Department does not perform indoor air testing or remediation for mold, this page provides links to resources to address some of the most common questions and concerns about indoor mold, how it affects human health, and ways in which you can prevent or remove it. If you

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Enroll in Adult Day Health Care Today | Health

Details: Adult Day Health Care offers a sliding fee scale based on the participant’s income plus two percent of assets excluding the participant’s home. We determine daily fees and transportation fees based on income. Financial and insurance documentation will be reviewed at the admissions meeting and a fee estimate provided. 4. Determine Transportation

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Tuberculosis (TB) | Health

Details: Fairfax County, Virginia - Fairfax County Health Department provides free tuberculosis laboratory testing, chest x-rays, medications and case management services for residents of Fairfax County and the cities of Fairfax and Falls Church

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Your Heart Health | Neighborhood and Community Services

Details: The cardiovascular system, what happens to it as we age and what we can do to promote our heart health. Please Note: Due to health and safety concerns and to avoid unnecessary disruptions, classes will close 10 minutes after their start time and new participants will not be admitted.

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Health Department Administration and Environmental Health

Details: Health Director's Office Deputy Director for Medical Services Deputy Director for Health Services Suite 203 Phone: 703-246-2411. Division of Environmental Health Suite 100 Phone: 703-246-2411. Consumer Protection Suite 100 Phone: 703-246-2444. Disease Carrying Insects Program Phone: 703-246-8931. Plan Review Onsite Sewage and Water Suite 100

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STAMP Program | Health

Details: Fairfax County Health Department is proud to present STAMP [Safety Through Actively Managing Practices] — a voluntary enrollment program aimed at assessing and promoting proactive food safety practices and recognizing food service establishments for their food safety management systems.

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Provider Resources | Health

Details: Call the Fairfax County Health Department at +1 (703) 246-2433 with any questions. Active TB Disease Reporting (both confirmed and suspected cases) Active TB disease is a reportable condition in Virginia. If you have a patient with suspected or confirmed active TB disease, immediately notify the Fairfax County Health Department at +1 (703) 246

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Ladies Health | Neighborhood and Community Services

Details: Thursday, February 4, 11:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Topic: The Effects of Depression and Stress on a Healthy Heart Join us for fun, fitness, and educational topics specific to health and wellness. Please Note: Due to health and safety concerns and to avoid unnecessary disruptions, classes will close 10 minutes after their start time and new participants will not be admitted.

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Contact Adult Day Health Care | Health

Details: Fairfax County Adult Day Health Care Associates is a non-profit volunteer organization of caregivers and others who are interested in supporting and advocating for Fairfax County Adult Day Health Care. The Associates administer donated funds in order to supplement and enhance the program for the participants.

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School Health Promotion Toolkit | Health

Details: The School Health Promotion Toolkit is a resource developed by the Fairfax County Health Department in partnership with Fairfax County Public Schools. Use the toolkit resources to help raise student, staff and family awareness about making healthy choices. Learn about "95210 for Health®," a

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Mental health | Community Services Board

Details: Mental health Mental health services . CONTACT INFORMATION: Emergency - 703-573-5679 Detox - 703-502-7000 (24/7) 703-383-8500 | TTY 711. [email protected] 8221 Willow Oaks Corporate Drive Fairfax, Virginia 22031. FairfaxCSB. Daryl Washington, Executive Director.

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Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) | Health

Details: The Health Department provides a range of STI services, including testing, medications, counseling, oversight of treatment and a wide range of educational efforts focused on prevention of the spread of STIs. Service Cost. The Health Department does not provide free STI services.

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Health Care Advisory Board General Scope of Work | Health

Details: The following items, which may be considered as a Health Care Advisory Board (HCAB) "Scope of Work," have been developed for organizational purposes as a guide for members and staff. For convenience it has been organized in terms of (1) annual activities, (2) ongoing or recurring activities, (3) and

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Handwashing | Health

Details: — FairfaxCounty Health (@fairfaxhealth) February 12, 2020. Washing your hands is the most important and easiest action you can take to lower your chance of getting sick and spreading illnesses like the #flu. Make sure you follow these steps for proper #handwashing.

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