Jennifer Morrill, stopped by to talk about the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program that she is the director of. Jenn has worked at Summit County for 16 years and has seen a number of
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County Outreach Serves a Reminder of the Health and Environmental Consequences of Vehicle Idling Coalville – The Summit County Health Department, in collaboration with the Office of Sustainability, are reminding residents of the Summit County
Summit County Health releases two-year water study findings Report available to the public Park City, Utah (Feb. 22, 2017) — After two years of study, Summit County Environmental Health released the findings from its wastewater
Dr. Marielle Pariseau, a volunteer at the Park City People's Health Clinic, spoke with us about the importance of dental hygiene in children. Summit County has the most children in the state of Utah who
(February 15, 2017) — Dr. Marielle Pariseau is raising awareness for National Children’s Dental Health Month in February with a Kickstarter Campaign. Oh’Pal (Oral Health Pal) is a waterless, disposable toothbrush specifically designed to make
Jean Paskett, a lifetime resident of Summit County and longtime Public Nurse at the health department stops by to talk about the importance of immunizations and vaccines for people of all ages. Jean talks about
Chris Crowley, the Summit County Emergency manager joined us this week to talk about basics of Emergency Preparedness. Before joining Summit County, Chris worked as a large event planner in San Francisco and during the
Summit County Health Department Director, Rich Bullough, gave an overview of the Summit County Health Department, how he has seen Summit County grow and evolve, some of Summit County's most pressing health concerns and where
Summit County Environmental Health encourages winter Radon testing Test kits available at the Health Department Park City, Utah (Jan. 13, 2016) — With winter in full swing, the Summit County Environmental Health team is encouraging
Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer in individuals who have never smoked and the second leading cause of lung cancer overall. Radon cannot be seen, smelt or tasted and can be found in