Certified Food Safety Manager certificates must have a current date effective 1/1/19 per FDA Food Code. 

Contact us at 860-745-0383 for more information.

 

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

Our History

History

The North Central District Health Department (NCDHD) was established on July 1, 1974. It is a governmental agency that provides local public health services to the residents of Enfield, East Windsor, Ellington, Stafford, Suffield, Vernon, Windham, and Windsor Locks. The District is governed by a 21 member Board of Directors appointed by the First Selectmen of each town we serve.

NCDHD is led by Patrice A. Sulik, MPH, RS, Director of Health. The Director of Health is responsible for protecting the health of residents by enforcing the Public Health Code of the State of Connecticut. The staff includes highly trained professionals who work to prevent the spread of infectious disease agents in the environment and community and to protect the public’s health.

The District offers a broad array of services. Services include, but are not limited to,

  • Inspections of food service establishments, salons, lodging establishments
  • Inspections of public pools and swimming areas
  • Inspections of group homes and day cares
  • Review and approval of plans for septic systems and wells
  • Investigations of indoor air quality concerns and nuisance complaints
  • Investigates disease outbreaks.
  • Monitor reportable diseases.
  • Maintains emergency response plans and responds to public health emergencies.
  • Outreach and education.
  • Act as an information resource

The District’s main office is located at 31 North Main Street in Enfield. There are satellite offices in Stafford, Vernon and Windham. Each satellite office is staff with a sanitarian. Office hours are Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

 

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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