Locations PDF Print E-mail

Your Worcester Health Locations:


 Snow Hill Main Office

Open Monday - Friday, 8 a.m.- 5 p.m. Saturday by appointment for behavioral health clients.



6040 Public Landing Road

Snow Hill, Maryland 21863

Phone : 410-632-1100

Directions

Snow Hill Location Map


 

altOcean City Youth Drop-In
and Health Center


Services for summer visitors and workers at Ocean City.
*Closed for the winter season*


4 Caroline Street

Ocean City, Maryland 21842-4114

Phone: 410-289-4044

Directions

 

 


 

Pocomoke Health Center

Open Monday - Thursday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

 


400-A Walnut Street

Pocomoke, Maryland 21851

Phone: 410-957-2005

Directions

 

Berlin Health Center

Next to Atlantic General Hospital .  Open Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.



9730 Healthway Drive

Berlin, Maryland 21811

Phone: 410-629-0164

Directions

 

W.A.C.S. Health Center

Worcester Addictions Cooperative Service Center. 
Open Monday - Thursday 8 a.m.-8 p.m.

11827 Ocean Gateway
Ocean City, MD 21842
Phone 410-213-0202

 

alt MAP - Charles & Martha Fulton Senior Center

Maryland Access Point Center
Open Monday - Friday 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

4767 Snow Hill Road

Snow Hill, Maryland 21863-4051

Phone 410-632-9915

Directions


 

C4CS - Center For Clean Start

Open Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

 

926 Snow Hill Road
Cottage 200
Salisbury, Maryland 21804
Phone 410-742-3460



.

  altWorcester County Dental Center
107 William St.
Berlin, Maryland 21811

Serves children up to age 20.
 Appointments:  410-641-0240








Directions

altIOW - Isle of Wight Center
Office of Environmental Health

Open Monday - Friday 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

 
 
13070 St. Martin's Neck Road
Bishopville, Maryland 21813
Phone: 410-352-3234 
From Pocomoke Call 410-641-9559 

Also located at IOW: 

Worc. Co. Dept. of Development, Review and Permitting: 410-352-3057

Worc. Co. Treasurer's Office: 410-352-3055
 

Directions

   

 

"It's Your Health Department"


 

 
   
Last Updated on Thursday, 11 October 2012 07:47
 

WCHD News

Salisbury, MD. – Dorchester, Somerset, Sussex, Wicomico and Worcester counties invite 
the public to Emergency Preparedness Night on August 23rd at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium.
 
The Delmarva Shorebirds will play against the Asheville Tourists at 7:05 p.m.
Representatives from local health departments, emergency management agencies, and 
volunteer organizations will host exhibit booths promoting emergency preparedness 
before and during the baseball game. 
 
Come out to the ballpark to support the Shorebirds and learn how you can be better 
prepared for life’s curve balls. 
 
The event is co-sponsored by the health departments and emergency management offices 
of Dorchester, Somerset, Wicomico and Worcester Counties, Ocean City and the Maryland
and Delaware Offices of Emergency Management. 
 
Snow Hill, Maryland- August 1, 2014.  Get fit, lose weight, and improve your health with certified lifestyle coaches through group sessions beginning August 25th in Snow Hill.  The Lifestyle Balance Program is a year-long, healthy eating, physical activity, and weight loss program that has been proven effective in reducing the risk for type 2 diabetes and other chronic diseases, assisting in weight loss and maintenance of a healthy body weight, and decreasing the risk for heart disease and stroke.  
Read more...
 
Baltimore, MD (August 11, 2014) --State and local officials have been working since last year to prepare Maryland parents and schools for new school immunization requirements for students entering kindergarten and 7th grade this fall.  All kindergartners must have had two chickenpox (varicella) vaccinations.  All 7th graders must receive a pertussis booster (Tdap) and dose of meningitis vaccines.  School officials and the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH) are urging parents to make sure their child is appropriately immunized against these diseases prior to the start of school.  Children may be excluded from school if they do not have these vaccinations.
“We have spent the past year helping parents and schools prepare for these school immunization requirements,"  said Dr. Laura Herrera, Deputy Secretary for DHMH Public Health Services.  "We want to be sure all Maryland children start the school year with up-to-date vaccinations and are ready to learn.”
Immunizations are one of public health’s greatest triumphs.  With the exception of safe water, no other health strategy-- not even the creation of antibiotics--has had such a tremendous effect on reducing disease.  Despite the availability of safe and effective immunizations, thousands of cases of vaccine-preventable diseases occur in the United States every year.  Consider the following facts about varicella, pertussis and meningitis: 
 
Chickenpox is a highly contagious disease that can be spread before a person knows they have the disease.
Chickenpox can lead to serious complications, including pneumonia and brain damage.
One out of five people who get meningococcal meningitis experience serious complications, such as the loss of limb(s), permanent hearing loss, or mental impairment.
In recent years, adolescents (11-18 yrs) and adults (19 yrs and older) have accounted for an increasing proportion of pertussis cases. 
Infants who are at highest risk for complications and death due to pertussis are often infected by older siblings, parents or caregivers who might not even know they have the disease.
 
In preparation for the new requirements, local health departments are holding special back-to-school clinics throughout the state.  Parents should call their doctor or local health department to learn if their child needs any of the school-required vaccinations and make arrangements to receive the missing vaccines so their child will not be excluded from school.
 


           CLICK HERE

Web Mastering by
 www.WheatleyComputers.com