HAHSTA provides epidemiological data and other important reports to inform providers and engage the community to address gaps and enhance the care system for HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, STD and Tuberculosis in the District.
DOH has compiled a list of health care facility directories based on the kind of medical care needed.
The Family Health Bureau works to protect, promote and improve the health of families through screening and surveillance, education, community-clinical linkages, family strengthening programs, preventive services and positive youth development.
Review a list of organizations that offer federal and local funding for qualified health programs.
The Perinatal and Infant Health Bureau provides awareness campaigns, counseling and education, referrals and follow up services and resources related to Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.
The Vital Records Division has fetal death certificates dating back to January 2016. Fetal death records become public 75 years after the date of death.
DOH accepts complaints and incident reports regarding restaurant or food establishments, non-food establishments, healthcare facilities and healthcare professionals.
Review the ways to file a complaint against a DC health professional, including submission of a printable PDF form to the Licensing Board that regulates the profession.
The Foodborne Illness Surveillance program is responsible for the surveillance and investigation of foodborne outbreaks and illnesses occurring in the District of Columbia.
See how local organizations are working in HIV/AIDS prevention and vaccine research.
The District of Columbia Department of Health (DC Health) supports public health initiatives and health services with local, private (donations) and federal funds.
Learn about the licensing, inspection and regulations regarding Group Homes for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities (GHPID).
HAACP Guidance Document
HACCP Renewal Submission Guidance Document
Sign up to receive the latest health alerts and food recalls.
The DC Department of Health has a number of programs to ensure a coordinated system of health care for DC residents.
The DC Department of Health offers programs across a variety of health care services affecting health care professionals, patients and DC residents.
Health Education is any combination of learning experiences designed to help individuals and communities to improve their health, by increasing knowledge or influencing attitudes.
Just because you have health insurance does not mean you are not eligible for the DC AIDS Drug Assistance Program (DC ADAP).
Find information about licensing, certification and programs targeting health professionals.