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   2018 Randolph County Animal Shelter Calendar

 
Have you adopted a dog or cat from the Randolph County Animal Shelter? Submit your pets most adorable photo and he or she could win a spot as a featured pet pinup of the month in our 2018 Randolph County Animal Shelter calendar. Photo submissions are welcome through August 31st. Please email one picture per animal to laura.lambert@randolphcountync.gov with a brief 2-3 sentences describing your animal. Funny photos, costumes, or themes are encouraged!

 

Photos collecting the most cash votes will win a spot in the calendar. Encourage friends and family to support your pet. Stop by the  Randolph County Animal Shelter during the month of September to vote for your pets chance to be included in the 2018 calendar. Your pet may even be chosen as the cover cat or dog!

 

Calendar sales will be open to the public with pre-sales beginning in October.  Proceeds from votes and calendar sales will go to the Randolph County Animal Shelter.

  

 

 

 

                                             

 
   Important Information for Parents of Kindergarten and Upcoming 7th Graders
                                                              
   Radon and Lung Cancer Fact Sheet

 

Click here for information about Radon safety and your home.

 

FREE Radon test kits are available at the front desk of the Randolph County Health Department

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World TB Day is March 24, 2017   World TB Day is March 24, 2017

  

World TB Day is held each year on March 24th and aims to build public awareness for actions against tuberculosis, a disease which despite being curable, remains a destructive epidemic in much of the world.

Please visit www.stoptb.org for details.

 
   Prescription & Drug Overdoses Information

    For Information about the Opioid Epidemic, check out a Prescription & Drug Overdoses Fact Sheet by clicking here.

                         

 

 
   STD Testing Information

                                     FREE STD Testing!!!

                                                       

 
   Prevent the Spread of Norovirus

Prevent the Spread of Norovirus

Protect yourself from norovirus. Wash your hands often. Cook shellfish to 140 degrees Fahrenheit or higher. When you are sick, don't prepare food or care for others. Rinse fruits and vegetables thoroughly. After vomiting or having diarrhea, immediately clean and disinfect surfaces and wash soiled laundry.

 
   Immunization Schedules

  
Immunizations  
Review the 2016 recommended schedule.

 

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Community Opinion Survey   Community Opinion Survey

Randolph County Health Department is interested in your opinions about the services it provides to the public. The purpose of this survey is to improve the services offered by the health department, environmental health and animal control. 
 

Your opinions and responses are highly valued!

We appreciate your time and willingness to complete the survey.  Click here to take survey.

 
Flu - 2016   Flu - 2016

Visit Flu.gov for current flu information.