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Special events held in the District are monitored by DOH's Special Operations Division within in the Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Administration (HEPRA). All special events that occur in the District are required to have a Health, Medical and Safety Plan that is approved by the Special Operations Division of the Department of Health. 

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DC WIC provides a variety of nutritional, educational, and immunization services and resources to qualifying women, infants and children.

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Speech-Language Clinical Fellow Application Check List

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Speech-Language Pathology Assistant Application Check List

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Speech-Language Pathology Assistant New License Application PDF

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Speech-Language Pathology Clinical Fellow Application Instructions

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(Learn how DOH partners with faith-based organizations, DC Public Schools, Head Start programs, day care centers, hospitals, senior centers, SNAP agencies, non-profit agencies, and many other community organizations to provide SNAP services and implement the DC Eat Smart, Move More initiative.

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Survey Reports

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Read the licensure survey reports on the Abraham and Laura Lisner Home.

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[email protected] The Division of Community Hygiene inspects health-related establishments including spas, beauty and barber shops, training, manicuring and massage parlors to protect and preserve public health. 

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The mission of the DC Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is to establish a network of local volunteers who are willing to donate their time and expertise to supplement existing public health and medical resources during emergencies and other times of community need.

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El Camino: The Road to Healthy Relationships Curriculum
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Review the regulations, download the application and renewal forms and get information about the licensing of trained medication employees (TMEs).

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The application packages for Trauma Technologists must include all documents listed in the application.  The Board reviews each application package and determines an applicant's eligibility for a license.  Please follow the instructions for each application and include all requ

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Learn about Tuberculosis and the difference between the TB and latent TB infections.

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https://dchealth.dc.gov/sites/default/files/dc/sites/doh/service_content/attachments/Tuberculosis%20Screening%20for%20Health%20Care%20Personnel%20060619.pdfThe Tuberculosis Chest Clinic sees persons who have or are suspected of having tuberculosis (TB) and persons who have come in close contact with someone diagnosed with TB disease.

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