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About The Department of Health
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February 20, 2018
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Latest Health News
Closed COVID-19 Mass Vaccination Clinic Scheduled for Omega Center
Scheduled appointments have been confirmed for individuals 65 and older and individuals 18 to 64 years of age who have qualifying medical conditions.
Press release | Department of Health | 02/26/2021
Sign Up for COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Updates
When DOH receives vaccine supplies, it will follow the phased distribution established by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services.
Press release | Department of Health | 01/13/2021
City of St. Louis Department of Health Monitoring New COVID-19 Variant
No Cases of New Variant Identified in Missouri At This Time
Press release | Department of Health | 01/04/2021
Follow COVID-19 Prevention Steps for a Safe Start to 2021
Everyone must do their part to slow the spread of COVID-19 and celebrate New Year's Eve safely.
Press release | Department of Health | 12/31/2020
Chairman's Desk: Keeping the Public Healthy: Who Will Pay?
Board Chairman Dr. Will Ross, MD, MPH authored this article for the Institute for Public Health 2018 Annual Conference.
Resources and Initiatives
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Myeloma is a cancer of the plasma cells in which cells grow too much forming a mass or tumor that is located in the bone marrow. Symptoms include bone pain, fever, easily bruising bones, frequent infections, bruising and bleeding easily, trouble breathing, weakness in arms and legs, and feeling tired.
African Americans are at twice the risk for myeloma than whites. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) is dedicated to helping African Americans improve their quality of life by sharing free information and resources associated to myeloma. For additional information on this cancer visit https://www.lls.org/myeloma-link
NotifySTL - Signup for Emergency Alerts
Emergencies can happen anywhere, anytime.
The NotifySTL system is for residents, businesses, and visitors to the City of St. Louis. We'll notify you by phone, text, or email in the event of an emergency. By enrolling in NotifySTL, you're taking an important step to keep you and your family safe.
Signing up takes just a few minutes. Create a profile, remember your username and password, and log in anytime to change your information and subscription options.
One can select emergency notifications and alerts based on location and interests. Learn more at: NotifySTL Emergency Alerts
Alive and Well Communities
Alive and Well Communities is a nonprofit organization, based in Missouri, focused on activating communities in Missouri, Kansas and Illinois to address the trauma experienced by their residents. The organization is dedicated to shifting cultures and systems and helping people develop pathways to healing, well-being and equity.
Emerging and Highly Infectious Disease Portal
The Emerging and Highly Infectious Disease (EEHID) Portal provides free, up-to date, and consistent access to hundreds of best practice resources and courses for emerging and highly infectious diseases.
You may access the portal at www.eehid.com/
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Fax: (314) 612-5105
Monday - Friday
8:00am - 5:00pm
1520 Market , Room 4051
St. Louis, Missouri 63103
To report a public health emergency outside of office hours, please call 911.
To request a City service, file a complaint/compliment, or report problems affecting the public health, call the Citizens' Service Bureau at (314) 622-4800.
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