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 Snow Hill, Md. – Worcester County Health Officer Debbie Goeller is pleased to announce the appointment of Debra Stevens as director of the health department’s Community Health Program.


Stevens, a Snow Hill resident, has more than 22 years experience in public health nursing. She has been integral in developing new community health projects including the health department’s emergency preparedness and aging services. Most recently she has taken a lead nursing role in behavioral health integration initiatives.

 


“Debra’s experiences over the past 22 years will be valuable to her as she takes on this new, senior leadership role,” Goeller said. “We are excited to have her lead this program.”

 


The Worcester County Health Department’s Community Health Program provides a wide range of population-based health services to Worcester County residents. The program includes core public health functions of assessment, policy development and assurance in the areas of communicable diseases; public health emergency preparedness; immunizations; reproductive, maternal, and child health; and adult evaluation services.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 18 July 2012 09:50
 

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