Department of Health

Public Health At Work In 2011

2011 was a busy year for City of St. Louis Department of Health employees.

January 1, 2012 | 2 min reading time

2011 was a busy year for the City of St. Louis Department of Health (DOH). With increasing demands for services and fewer resources health officials worked to assure a healthy community through continuous protection, prevention and promotion of the public's health. The photographs below show DOH employees at work in 2011.

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 DOH employee sharing asthma triggers at a health fair

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DOH employees demonstrating proper technique during a Let's Move event.

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Heath Commissioner and Director and Members of the Board of Health caucus.

DOH employees, smoking cessation

DOH employees at a health fair sharing information about smoking 

Kevin Huntspon

DOH employee answering questions at a food service workshop

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Mayor Slay stops by DOH booth at an Open Streets event

Pat Mahoney

DOH employee making a presentation at a seminar

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DOH employee at a health fair emergency preparedness booth

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DOH employees setting up nutrition education booth at Taste of St. Louis

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DOH dietitian receiving help from a young citizen during a cooking demonstration

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DOH employees at at their station at a health fair

Alice Johnson, Joyce Wilder, Lorise Thornton

DOH employees answer resident's questions at a health fair.

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DOH employee monitoring circus elephant walk

Jim Boswell

DOH employee sharing community sanitation information with a citizen

Rodel Desamu-Thorpe

DOH employee serving as a celebrity reader during 2011 Read Across America program.

Mary Hawkins

DOH employee providing residents with asthma and immunization information at a health fair

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DOH employee providing HIV testing at a community event

 

 

  • Department:
    Department of Health
  • Topic:
    Health

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