Achievers: Oklahoma City–County Health Department program named a 2019 Model Practice Award winner

The Oklahoma City–County Health Department's Vectorborne Diseases Prevention Program has been named a 2019 Model Practice Award winner.
The National Association of County and City Health Officials, which is the voice of the nation’s nearly 3,000 local governmental health departments, recognized the program for demonstrating exemplary and replicable qualities in response to a critical local public health need, a news release stated.
This year, 53 local health department programs received the recognition, addressing a broad range of public health issues, including immunization, infectious diseases, environmental health, and emergency preparedness.
To be considered for this column, please email achievement announcements and photos to LLynn@Oklahoman.com.
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The Oklahoma City–County Health Department's Vectorborne Diseases Prevention Program has been named a 2019 Model Practice Award winner.

The National Association of County and City Health Officials, which is the voice of the nation’s nearly 3,000 local governmental health departments, recognized the program for demonstrating exemplary and replicable qualities in response to a critical local public health need, a news release stated.

This year, 53 local health department programs received the recognition, addressing a broad range of public health issues, including immunization, infectious diseases, environmental health, and emergency preparedness.

To be considered for this column, please email achievement announcements and photos to LLynn@Oklahoman.com.

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