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The Public Health Division works with county health departments, health care providers and facilities, Tribal organizations, and community partners across Oregon to achieve our vision of lifelong health for all people in Oregon.
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Technical assistance to local health departments and consultation to administrators and managers of local health departments.
Technical Assistance to Local Health Departments
Providing a full range of professional services to design, evaluate, and refine public health programs.
Evaluation and Research
Information about the oversight and regulation of health care facilities in Oregon, and information for health care providers including meaningful use objectives for public health.
Health Care Providers and Facilities
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Ensuring that high-quality community resources are available to respond to medical emergencies in Oregon.
EMS and Trauma Systems
The Health Licensing Office (HLO) protects the health, safety and rights of Oregon consumers by ensuring only qualified applicants are authorized to practice. HLO establishes, communicates and ensures compliance with regulatory standards for multiple health and related professions.
Health Licensing Office
Health in All Policies (HiAP) is a collaborative approach that emphasizes consideration of the public's health and well-being in policy decisions across all sectors.
Health in All Policies
The Public Health Division supports the triple aim of better health, better care and lower costs by collecting and monitoring data on the health of Oregonians and using that data to implement community health strategies that work. By focusing on prevention, public health programs and policies reduce the impact and cost of long-term health issues.
Working to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of the Oregon public health system, which includes state, local, and tribal public health departments and public-private partnerships.
Public Health Accreditation and QI
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