Hepatitis A

Hepatitis A Virus is a vaccine-preventable form of infectious hepatitis.

1. Hepatitis A is contagious and winstrol for sale can harm your liver.

2. Prevent the spread of hepatitis A. Talk to your health care provider about getting vaccinated.

3. The hepatitis A vaccine is safe and effective.


WIC is the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children. The Program serves pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women, infants and children up to age 5.

Clinical and Nutrition Services

The Division of Clinical Health Services plans and coordinates primary and preventive managed health care services at our Centers for residents of Palm Beach County who meet eligibility requirements. Services are provided by a caring professional team of medical providers including physician, physician assistants, advanced registered nurse practitioners, nurses, dentist nutritionists, health educators, psychologists, social workers and health support staff.

Health Access Division

Family Planning – Post-partum check-ups, pregnancy testing, variety of birth control methods, mammogram referral, HIV/STD screening, teen clinic. Eligibility requirements.

Maternity – Prenatal risk assessment, maternity check-ups with delivery referral to local hospital, maternity education and counseling, laboratory testing, prenatal health insurance and assistance (SOBRA/PEPW), centering programs, gynecological services. Eligibility requirements.

HIV/AIDS/STD/TB – Comprehensive testing and treatment of communicable diseases like Tuberculosis, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, AIDS, and Hepatitis C.

Overseas Immunizations – Comprehensive evaluation and administration of vaccines required and/or recommended for foreign travel. Adult Immunizations Lantana Health Center only. Please call 561-547-6800 or 561-625-5180.

Immunizations for Children – Immunizations for children from birth to 18 years of age to meet “Shots by Two”, Pre-school, and Kindergarten through grade 12 requirements.

What is Public Health?

The mission of public health is to “fulfill society’s interest in assuring conditions in which people can be healthy.”1
Public health carries out its mission through organized, interdisciplinary efforts that address the physical, mental and environmental health concerns of communities and populations at risk for disease and injury. Its mission is achieved through the application of health promotion and disease prevention technologies and interventions designed to improve and enhance quality of life.

Health promotion and disease prevention technologies encompass a broad array of functions and expertise, including the three core public health functions:

Assessment and monitoring of the health of communities and populations at risk to identify health problems and priorities.

Formulating public policies, in collaboration with community and government leaders, designed to solve identified local and national health problems and priorities.

Assuring that all populations have access to appropriate and cost-effective care, including health promotion and disease prevention services, and evaluation of the effectiveness of that care.

Palm Beach County Community Health Assessment


The goal of Community Health Assessment is to identify unmet health needs of community residents sustanon 250 for sale and to inform and guide future health planning initiatives to meet those needs. In 2016, the Health Council of Southeast Florida (HCSEF) was enlisted by the Health Care District of Palm Beach County and the Florida Department of Health in Palm Beach County to facilitate a comprehensive, county-wide health needs assessment for Palm Beach County.

HCSEF conducted a comprehensive review of secondary data sources to obtain the most reliable and current information for the Community Health Assessment. HCSEF also collected, compiled and analyzed primary data in order to capture the community’s perspective.

This report is organized into four main sections:

  1. Demographic and Socioeconomic Profile
  2. Health Status Profile
  3. Health Resource Availability and Access
  4. Community Perspective

The demographic and socioeconomic profile includes data on many of the key demographic, social and economic indicators, such as population, income, poverty status, educational attainment, employment, housing and transportation.

The health status of the county provides details on various indicators including: maternal and child health (such as prenatal care, birth rates, infant and fetal mortality, child immunization rates); behavioral health; hospital utilization data; and morbidity and mortality trends of chronic diseases, infectious diseases and leading causes of death.

The health resources availability and access profile section presents information pertaining to the obtainability of health care resources in Palm Beach County and includes information on health insurance coverage, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), and medically underserved populations and areas (MUPs/MUAs).

The section titled Community Perspective includes insight gleaned from individuals and organizations in the community.

Below are highlights of each of the four sections.

Demographic and Socioeconomic Profile

  • In 2014, there were 1,359,074 individuals residing in Palm Beach County, representing 7.0% of Florida’s total population.
  • In 2014, over a quarter (25.6%) of Palm Beach County residents were 62 years and over.
  • In 2014, 20% of the population in the county hcg in bodybuilding identified as Hispanic or Latino.
  • In 2014, 29.4% of Palm Beach County residents reported speaking a language other than English at home; 43.9% of those individuals were reported to speak English less than “very well.”
  • In 2014, 14.6% of individuals residing in Palm Beach County lived below the poverty level.
  • During the 2014-2015 academic school year, Palm Beach County School District reported 3,750 students as homeless, an increase of 25.4% from the previous school year.
  • During the 2014-2015 academic school year, Palm Beach County had a high school graduation rate of 79.4%, slightly higher than the state’s rate of 77.9%.
  • In 2014, Palm Beach County had an unemployment rate of 10.8%.

Health Status Profile

  • In 2015, Palm Beach County had a rate of 76.3 births to mothers with 1st trimester prenatal care, 3.0 lower than Florida as a whole.
  • Almost a quarter (22.9%) of all births in 2015 received Inadequate or Intermediate Prenatal Care according to the Kotelchuck Index.
  • In 2015, 44.7% of the births were to overweight or obese mothers at the time pregnancy occurred.
  • In 2015, Palm Beach County had a birth rate of 10.8, lower than the rate of Florida as a whole.
  • The infant death rate and fetal death rate in Palm Beach County shows turanaxyl health inequities and disparities between different races and ethnicities.
  • In 2012, in Palm Beach County 38.0% of high school students reported having used alcohol in the past 30 days, 4.1% higher than Florida as a whole.
  • In 2015, the age-adjusted suicide death rate in Palm Beach County was 15.7, slightly higher than the rate in Florida (14.6).
  • During 2014, in Palm Beach County, the rate of hospitalizations from congestive heart failure was 75.5, higher than the rate in Florida by 13.
  • The age-adjusted cancer incidence in Palm Beach County in 2013 was considerable higher in individuals identifying as Black and Other than in individuals identifying as White, 623.2 versus 241.3 respectively.
  • In 2013, 40.2% of adults in Palm Beach County reported being overweight.
  • In 2015, the age-adjusted death rate was 586.7 in Palm Beach County.
  • During 2015, Palm Beach County had a higher rate of deaths from unintentional injuries than the state as a whole, with rates of 51.6 and 46.2 respectively.

Health Resources Availability and Access Profile

  • In Palm Beach County, there are a total of twelve primary care health professional shortage areas, seven dental care health professional shortage areas and four mental health care health professional shortage areas.
  • Palm Beach County has eight populations designated as medically underserved populations.
  • 19.2% of individuals residing in Palm Beach County were uninsured in 2014.

Community Perspective

  • A Local Public Health System Assessment was conducted in 2016 in Palm Beach County.
  • 14 focus groups were conducted in various areas throughout the county. The following sub-groups of the population were recruited: individuals residing in the Glades communities, residents over the age of 65 years, youth, the arimidex bodybuilding homeless, individuals with disabilities, and residents that speak a language other than English primarily (Haitian-Creole and Spanish.)
  • A total of 21 interviews were conducted with key informants.


This report was a collaborative effort by community members with the goal of providing residents access to quality health and human services. This community health needs assessment will provide a better understanding of the health needs in the county and will help guide future planning efforts to improve the overall health and quality of life in Palm Beach County. The data collected and presented throughout this assessment will prove to be a valuable asset to the community as a whole moving forward.