Coccidioidomycosis/Valley Fever Info
Environmental Health Canvas
Information for Physicians & Clinicians
Medical Marijuana ID Cards
Notice of Privacy Practices
Plans & Reports
PHN Referral Form
Public Health Brochure
Kings Partnership for Prevention
Anthem Blue Cross
2-1-1 Kings County
Health Threat from Wildfire Smoke
Wildfires across the state are creating hazardous and smoky conditions. Smoke from fires in our region may begin to drift into communities and rapidly degrade air quality. If heavy smoke is present, those who are more vulnerable should take precautions and avoid prolonged or heavy activity. Older adults, children, and people with heart or lung disease (including asthma) are more vulnerable to the adverse health effects of air pollution from wildfires.
West Nile Virus information
The Kings County Department of Public Health is no longer offering Reproductive Health Services.
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