Join Us at the Open House at Kaua‘i District Health Office: Everyone Welcome

Join us for an Open House: Kauai District Health Office Celebrates National Public Health Week!

The Kaua‘i District Health Office is excited to host an open house in celebration of National Public Health Week. Taking place on April 5 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., the event will be held at the district office located at 3040 Umi St. in Līhuʻe. This free event aims to provide attendees with the opportunity to engage with Hawai‘i State Department of Health staff, learn about various programs and actions community members can take to address public health challenges, and explore public health career and educational opportunities.

Dr. Janet Berreman, Kaua‘i District Health Officer, highlighted the importance of National Public Health Week and the programs and services offered by DOH to improve community well-being. She emphasized her excitement for the event, expressing gratitude to the community and partners for their ongoing support in building a healthier and thriving Kaua‘i.

National Public Health Week, observed during the first full week of April each year, is a time when communities nationwide come together to recognize the significance of public health and address critical health issues. This year’s theme, Protecting, Connecting, and Thriving: We Are All Public Health, underscores the importance of working collaboratively to improve the nation’s health.

At the open house event, attendees will have ample opportunities to interact with various DOH staff members representing vector control, administrative services, community health workers, public health nurses, epidemiologists, mental health professionals, food safety inspectors, disabilities case managers

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