Certified Food Safety Manager certificates must have a current date effective July 1, 2018 per FDA Food Code.

 

Servicing the towns of:
Enfield  |  Ellington  |  East Windsor  |  Windsor Locks Suffield  |  Vernon  |  Windham  |  Stafford

NCDHD VISION: All NCDHD member communities, regardless of circumstance, enjoy optimal health status and achieve the highest quality of life possible.

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It's Barbecue Season - Know The Food Safety Facts

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Raising Awareness About Prescription Drug Misuse

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Please Join Our Community Conversation - Six Part Series - Suffield - Mondays 6:00 to 8:30 p.m.

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How to Dispose of your Sharps

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Medical Reserve Corps.

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Ticks - Submission Form and Disease Prevention

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About NCDHD

The North Central District Health Department is a full-time Public Health Department with a full-time staff funded by its member towns and a annual per capita grant from the Connecticut State Department of Public Health

Our Mission is to prevent disease, injury, and disability by promoting and protecting the health and well-being of the public and our environment.

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