The Atlantic County Division of Public Health is in the Department of Human Services and offers comprehensive health services to enhance your work, your family, your neighborhood and your life.
201 South Shore Road, Stillwater Building
New Jersey
United States
+1 (609) 645-5935 +1 (609) 645-5931

Department of Human Services

Division of Public Health

Division of Public Health

Welcome to the Atlantic County Division of Public Health

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Walk-ins are welcome Monday through Friday, 9 AM to 12 noon, in Northfield at 201 S. Shore Road and every Tuesday, 10 AM to 12 noon, in Hammonton at 310 Bellevue Avenue.

We envision a community where every person enjoys a healthy lifestyle in a healthy environment. We are making that vision a reality by offering comprehensive health services to enhance your work, your family, your neighborhood and your life. Take a look at our programs and services. And remember that we are here for you with information, advice and the ability to help you enjoy better living – healthy living in Atlantic County.

Changing with the Seasons
Seasonal Health Tips

February is American Heart Month, and Valentine's Day is the perfect time to start taking steps to be heart-healthy. Exercise. Avoid smoking and second-hand smoke. Limit alcohol use. Make healthy, low sodium food choices that include plenty of fruits and vegetables to help prevent the conditions that can damage your heart, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and diabetes. And remember spread love, not germs. Wash hands often. Avoid close contact when you or someone you know is sick. Get a flu shot. You can find heart healthy recipes at American Heart Association Simple Cooking page For more information visit CDC

Live Stronger, Longer

Health Clinics and Screenings
FREE Health Screenings

Antibiotic Resistance

Antibiotic resistance is one of the world's most pressing public health problems. Americans of all ages can lower this risk by talking to their doctors and using antibiotics appropriately. Learn more

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