Greater Sullivan County Public Health Network
Greater Sullivan County Public Health Network

The Greater Sullivan County Public Health Network is a collaborative of municipalities and health and human service agencies working to improve our region’s capability to prepare for and respond to all health emergencies. Together we serve over 40,000 people in 16 rural New Hampshire towns.

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Our Mission

The mission of the Greater Sullivan County Public Health Network is to work closely with Regional partners to create consistent Public Health messages and programs, and to ensure that the Region is prepared for health emergencies.  Our Public Health Region is committed to helping people live healthier lives - in accordance with the Sullivan County mission, "All Day, Every Day, We Make Life Better."

 

Medical Reserve Corps

Through the Public Health Network, we have organized a regional Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) team to support existing Fire & Emergency Medical Services in any widespread health emergency. MRC members also help with flu vaccination clinics. The MRC Mission is to engage volunteers to strengthen public health, emergency response and stimulate community resiliency.

 

Jessica Rosman, MPH, Public Health Network Coordinator
24 Main Street Newport, NH 03773 (603) 398-2222

 
Website provided through the NH Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Public Health Services with grant funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and additional support from Sullivan County, New Hampshire.