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Program Structure

The Administration Program provides support fuctions for the rest of the Worcester County Health Department. Administration Program staff are located at all Worcester County Health Department locations to provide administrative support to staff and to clients.
 
The Administration Program divides its functions into the several work areas including Billing, Fiscal Accounting, Facilities Management, Human Resources (Personnel), Information Technology, and Procurement. 
 







Services

The public services that the Administration Program provides include:


  • Record Requests
  • Answering billing inquiries
  • Answering general questions and routing calls that come into the Health Department.
Calling our main office in Snow Hill at 410-632-1100 is a good way to be directed to the correct area of the Health Department, or get a referral to another agency,  if you don't know who to call.

Location

Snow Hill Main Office
6040 Public Landing Road
Snow Hill, Maryland 21863
Directions
Phone : (410) 632-1100
Hours:  Monday - Friday 8 a.m. -5 p.m., and Saturday by appointment



Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 July 2010 14:44
 

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