Rabies Vaccination Clinic for Cats
A rabies vaccination clinic for cats will be conducted by Henderson County veterinarians the week of March 2 through March 7. It is by appoinment only for a reduced fee of only $8.00 per cat. To make an appointment call one of the veterinarians listed on this flyer.
Board of Health
Free Books for Children
The Dolly Parton Imagination Library and Smart Start of Henderson County offer a program that mails new, age-appropriate books to enrolled Henderson County children every month. Books are free for children birth to five years. Reading is essential to school success, and you can help your child get ready to read. Learn more.
The Henderson County Department of Public Health participates in the Reach Out and Read® childhood literacy program. At each well-child visit from six months through five years of age, providers give parents an age-appropriate book and guidance on the importance of reading aloud to their child and ways to make reading fun to children of all ages.
Measles is a vaccine-preventable infectious viral disease that is highly contagious. To protect your children, yourself and others in the community, it is important to be vaccinated against measles.
February Public Health Column
HendersonCountyFlu.org is your source for flu vaccine information, updates, and the Flu Vaccine Finder.
Henderson County Department of Public Health Ordered “Temporary Custodian” of Medical Records of Dr. Felicia B. Brabham
Former patients of Dr. Felicia B. Brabham must call the Department at (828) 694-6001 to confirm that their medical record is available, to discuss the specific process for acquiring the medical record and to make an appointment to pick up the medical record.
Public Health in Henderson County
Ebola Public Information Line
Department of Public Health • 1200 Spartanburg Highway, Suite 100 • Hendersonville, NC 28792 • (828) 692-4223
Last updated February 24, 2015