Public Health offers a variety of services to prevent the spread of disease in our community.
Clinic 555 - Immunization Services | Sexual Health Services | Tuberculosis (TB) Control Services | FULL Public Health Directory
The (Infectious Diseases in Childcare Settings and Schools) manual is to be used to inform administrators, childcare providers, caregivers, parents and guardians, and school health staff about specific infectious disease problems they may encounter in childcare settings or schools.
Online Manual | Order a copy from Ramsey County
Infectious (contagious) diseases that may affect our community.
Chicken Pox | Giardia | Hepatitis A | HIV | Influenza | Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) | Pertussis (Whooping Cough) | Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) | Tuberculosis (TB) | Complete List
Tracking infectious diseases in our community.
What is Epidemiology | 2013 Disease Report (pdf) | Archived Disease Reports | AskPH a Question
It is recommended that everyone 6 months and older get a yearly vaccination as the first and most important step in protecting against seasonal influenza (the flu).
Seasonal Flu | Saint Paul - Ramsey County Immunization Clinic
Poor handwashing and improper cooking of food can cause illness.
Contact the Minnesota Department of Health Foodborne Illness Hotline 1.877.FOOD.ILL or 1.877.366.3455
Foodborne Illness | Reporting a Foodborne Illness | Foods Associated with Foodborne Illness | Symptoms | Causes | Prevention | Food Recalls | Restaurant Complaints
Public Health offers a variety of programs to reduce disease in our community.
Child & Teen Checkups | Family Health Home Visiting | Lead | Radon | SHIP | Full List of Programs & Services
The best way to prevent disease is to practice healthy habits.
Breastfeeding | Cover Your Cough Campaign | Handwashing | Eat Smart | Move More | Food Safety | Smoking & Tobacco
Immunizations (vaccines) are shots that help prevent disease.
Saint Paul - Ramsey County Immunization Clinic | School and Daycare Requirements | Childhood | Travel | Professionals
Bugs, Pests and Insect Infestations
Bedbugs, lice, ticks and other pests may carry disease and cause health problems.
Ants | Bed Bugs | Bees and Wasps | Cockroaches | Lice | Mosquitoes | Mice | Ticks
Public Health resources geared towards a clinical and caregiving audience.
Order Daycare Manual | 2010 Disease Report (pdf) | Immunizations | MDH Flu Plan
Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) | Centers for Disease Control (CDC) | World Health Organization (WHO)