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Community Access to Environmental Health Laboratories: A Report on Two Statewide Meetings (August, 2014)


FREE Online Training Opportunity for a Foundations of Public Health Certificate 

NH Housing Finance Authority Awarded Funding from HUD Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control Grant Program

Link to Health Officer Manual Revised 2012

NHHOA Membership Application

Contact the NH Health Officers Association

Health Officers Contact List


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Division of Public Health Services (DPHS) Partners,
The Division of Public Health Services (DPHS) is pleased to let our partners know that the (.5 FTE) Health Officer Liaison position that has been vacant since September 2013 has now been filled.  We are happy to announce that Jessica Morton has been hired as our new part-time Health Officer Liaison…

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posted 1-15-14


The mission of the New Hampshire Health Officers Association is to assist and support local health officials in meeting their responsibilities to the public through programs of education, technical assistance, representation, and resource development; and assisting the local health officials in providing educational and informational programs to the general public on environmental and public health topics.


It is the vision of the New Hampshire Health Officer’s Association to be recognized as, and regarded by, members and other organizations as an effective, professional group representing and advocating for local public and environmental health. The HOA will be known for promoting and fostering high standards of professionalism among local health officials; and for working closely with national, state and local health and environmental associations to improve public health practice.

President's Message

New Hampshire Health Officer’s Association

October 16, 2014, Thursday from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm (FREE)
Local Government Center, Triangle Park, Concord, NH

NOMINATIONS for 2 Board members are being taken.  You may nominate yourself or someone else.

     Seat one-3 year term

     Seat two-2 year term

Responsibilities include attending monthly meetings, and willingness to take on a “project” and/or be a member/ H.O. representative on a committee(s) as your interest and time allow.  The meetings are held monthly (day varies) in Concord from 9 am to 12 noon.  One must be a Health Officer or a Deputy Health Officer and a member in good standing with the NH Health Officer Association.

If you are interested or like to nominate someone please click here to email.  

SESSIONS will include the new nuisance guidance document and legal principles and enforcement.



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