Impacts of Pharmaceutical Marketing on Healthcare Services in the District of Columbia
Sexual Health can be defined as the state of physical, emotional, mental and social well-being in relation to sexuality; and not merely the absence of disease.
DOH provides surveillance and epidemiology, the Public Health Lab, and response readiness activities that include communicating, planning, exercising, and evaluating public health threats.
The Department of Health reviews applications packages for Ambulatory Surgical Centers to determine an applicant's eligibility for a license.
See a directory of Ambulatory Surgical Centers, their regulations and how to file a complaint.
Select link:Raising Chickens in District School Gardens
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2019 Animal Health Fairs DOH's Animal Services Program provides support and care for animals, owners, businesses, and visitors to the District of Columbia as they encounter animals.
What is ARLN?
Assisted Living Residence Regulatory (ALR) Act of 2000 became effective on June 24, 2000. The act was implemented August 17, 2007.
The District of Columbia Asthma Control Program supports the DC Control Asthma Now (DC CAN) public/private partnership that aims to reduce the burden of asthma in DC.
Audiologist Application Package Documents
• Check List for Audiologist Application [PDF]
Audiology Assistant Application Check List
• Check List for Audiology Assistant Application [PDF]
COVID-19 Guidances and Best Practices
For the most up to date information on the District's response to COVID-19, go to coronavirus.dc.gov.
Community Hygiene Division
Learn the Basic Life Support (BLS) psychomotor examination guidelines and policies for Emergency Medical Responders (EMR) and Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT).
DOH offers informational videos, fact sheets and tips for residents to reduce the instances of bed bug infestation in the District.