The Administration Division is responsible for all management functions that support clinical, community and environmental health services. It implements public health policies set by the Board of Health, which is
The division consists of the Health Director, administrative and clerical support, accounting, vital statistics
The Department of Public Health's annual budget is adopted by the Board of Health. Recommendations are made by County Administration and the Department of Budget and Finance to the Board of Commissioners who ultimately approves the budget.
The Department of Public Health manages all expenditures according to state mandates and policies/procedures set by the Department of Budget and Finance and County Administration. Any prospective vendor must call for an appointment.
|Steven E. Smith||Health Director|
|Diana Curran, MD||Medical Director|
|Betsy Alexander||Nursing Director|
|Kim Berry||School Nurse Supervisor|
|Tina Dotson||Administrative Assistant|
|Pam Foster||Nutrition Director|
|Ashley Miller||Team Leader|
|Donna Marple||Care Management Supervisor|
|Cathy Nicholson||Administrative Officer|
|Deanna Norris||Front Desk Supervisor|
|Joan Pajak||Clinic Supervisor|
|Seth Swift||Environmental Health Supervisor|
|Stacy Taylor||Health Education Director|
The Department of Public Health records all births and deaths that occur in Henderson County regardless of residency status. All births and deaths must be filed with the local Deputy Registrar within five days of the occurrence.
A certified copy of a certificate may be obtained at the Register of Deeds (828) 697-4901 for $10.00 per copy. Further information may be obtained by emailing or calling the Deputy Registrar for Henderson County at (828) 694-6037.