The Department of Public Health delivers high quality, data driven public health services to our citizens, achieving objectives set forth by Healthy People 2030 through a set of public health programs staffed by highly qualified public health professionals practicing in a goal oriented, fiscally responsible department.
Our mission at the City of El Paso Department of Public Health is to deliver exceptional services to improve the overall health and well-being of the citizens of El Paso and the region; based on the research and data analysis of a comprehensive community health assessment, addressing healthcare disparities in support of a high quality of life for all.
The Department of Public Health (DPH) is proudly an academic health department and has multiple affiliations with local, state and national educational institutions to provide student internships, public health education and training, research, and services. The partnerships allow to reduce the gap between classroom learning and practice of public health strengthening public health workforce curriculum, evidence-based instruction, service delivery and quality of community interventions.
5115 El Paso DriveEl Paso, TX 79905Monday - Friday8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.(Some programs offer services on Saturday)
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Connects people to vital state, local, and organizational services.
Provides eligible community members with the highest quality dental care.
Provides educational presentations to the public on specific health related topics.
Rapidly detect and investigate communicable diseases and environmental health hazards.
Learn about the Flu and how to get your flu vaccine.
View food scores and other related food inspection information.
Testing, prevention, and other services related to HIV/AIDS.
Detection, prevention, and protection from infectious foodborne and waterborne diseases, and public health emergencies.
Assists the undeserved community with access to preventive health services.
Provides clinical services for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of Sexually Transmitted Infections.
Controls the spread of Tuberculosis (TB) in El Paso County.
Immunize the uninsured population in El Paso, and surrounding areas in order to stop vaccine-preventable diseases.
Education and monthly food package for Women, Infants, & Children.