The Health and Public Services building (HAPS) is the home of
The Caroline County Health Department
January 1, 2022
January is Radon Awareness Month!
Radon is the number one cause of lung cancer in non-smokers. For children, radon and second-hand smoke are the biggest risks for developing lung cancer later in life. Unless you test with a radon test kit, you can't tell whether your home has radon, because radon is a gas that has no smell, no color, and can't be seen.
The Caroline County Health Department, a local office of the Maryland Department of Health, is dedicated to the preservation and advancement of the lifelong Health and Wellness of our County's residents and environment.
We provide a wide array of Public Health Services:
Most services are tax supported, others are fee-for-service
a Sliding Fee Scale is available for those who qualify.
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The vision of the Caroline County Health Department is to provide for lifelong health and wellness for all residents.
Working together to improve the health and safety of all Caroline County Residents through disease prevention, access to care, improving the environment, quality management, and community engagement.
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Caroline County, Md.