In an effort to minimize COVID-19 exposure, Public Health is only offering limited services until further notice. For health updates related to COVID-19, please visit the Public Health Department’s Coronavirus (COVID-19) website.
COVID - 19 Update
Office hours are Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. unless otherwise noted.
General Public Health line: 707-253-4270
- Maternal Child and Adolescent Health (Nurse Home Visiting and Perinatal Outreach and Education Program)
Telephone Appointment only. Call 707-253-4807
- Communicable Disease Program
Telephone only. Call 707-253-4231
- California Children’s Services
Telephone only. 707-253-4391
- Immunization Clinic
Offering lab specimen drop-off only. Call ahead: 707-253-4270.
- Healthcare Program for Children in Foster Care
Telephone only: 707-259-8723
- Medical Therapy Program
The MTU is offering services by telephone so long as the NVUSD school campuses are closed. Call 707-339-3494 or your child’s therapist.
- Vital Statistics
Birth certificate requests by mail only. Only death certificates will be issued to funeral homes during this time by appointment. Call 707-253-4506
Offering telephone appointments only 7:30 AM - 6:30 PM. Call 707-253-4853
COVID - 19 ULTIMAS NOTICIAS
Office hours are Monday-Friday 8am-5pm unless otherwise noted. General Public Health line: 707-253-4270. Link to Public Health Website to access program sites: https://www.countyofnapa.org/243/Public-Health
- Maternal Child and Adolescent Health (Nurse Home Visiting and Perinatal Outreach and Education Program): Telephone appointment only. Call 707-253-4807.
- Communicable Disease Program: Telephone only. Call 707-253-4231.
- California Children’s Services: Telephone only. 707-253-4391.
- Immunization Clinic: Offering lab specimen drop-off only. Call ahead: 707-253-4270.
- Healthcare Program for Children in Foster Care: Telephone only: 707-259-8723.
- Medical Therapy Program: The MTU is offering services by telephone and/or video while the school campus is closed and until we can safely provide in-person services. Call 707-339-3494 or your child’s therapist.
- Vital Statistics: Birth certificate requests by mail only. Only death certificates will be issued to funeral homes during this time by appointment. Home births registered by appointment. Call 707-253-4506.
- Women Infants Children (WIC): Offering telephone appointments only, including new enrollments 7:30am-6:00pm. Call 707-253-4853.
- Therapeutic Child Care Center: remains closed. Telephonic meetings for families with TCCC staff and EHS teachers between 8:00-5:00. Call 707 253-6992
Welcome to the Public Health Division
Napa County Public Health serves the people of Napa County by:
- Protecting health
- Working to prevent disease, premature death and disability
- Promoting healthy lifestyles
- Supporting families in the work of raising whole and healthy children
- Responding to disasters, outbreaks and epidemics
See a listing of programs and services for families and children available through the many Public Health programs.
View information about services offered by the clinic. This includes emergency contraception, family planning, the Public Health Laboratory, and immunizations.
View information about communicable diseases and conditions.
The mission of the Chronic Disease and Health Equity (CDHE) Unit is to improve chronic disease-related health outcomes by increasing health equity in Napa County.
Find information about Public Health Division's data, publications and health statistics.
The mission of the Napa County EMS Agency is to incorporate multiple agencies and facilities into a dynamic emergency medical care delivery system that is focused on rapid access, quality assessment, stabilization and transportation when emergency services are necessary.
Tips for helping prevent respiratory illness like COVID-19 and flu.
To develop a truly healthy community, health professionals, nonprofit agencies, the private sector and community members must all work together.
We work with our partners throughout Napa County and at the state and regional levels to assure the most effective response possible to outbreaks of disease and other public health disasters, including a bioterrorism event.
The flu is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses. It can cause mild to severe illness, and at times can lead to death. The best way to prevent seasonal flu is by getting a seasonal flu vaccination each year.
Learn how to apply for a copy of a birth or death certificate, burial permit, and medical marijuana identification cards.
WIC (Women, Infants and Children) is a national nutrition education program that promotes healthy eating, encourages and supports breastfeeding, and provides referrals to health and community resources.
Find and access all available documents from the Public Health Department. This includes plans, publications, applications, data, fliers, brochures, and informational packets.
Discover upcoming events, training, flu clinics, programs, and activities available from the Public Health Department.