As of Tuesday, June 30, 2020, NC Department of Health and Human Services has issued new guidance for food service employees. Food service employees, such as cooks, wait staff, hosts, and bussing staff, will no longer be considered critical infrastructure workers and should quarantine if exposed to a COVID-19 case to avoid spread.
The Stepping Up Process to End Recidivism (SUPER) celebrated its graduates a little differently this week with a parade that drove by their homes.
Forsyth County Department of Public Health is available to make sure your children will be prepared for the 2020 Immunization Law change, which requires all high school seniors to receive a booster dose of MCV4 for school entry.
During the 2019 National Pharmacy Week we would like to send out a big thanks and show our appreciation to our wonderful Pharmacy team! The many services that it provides for our community are immeasurable and we could not do it without each valued pharmacy team member.
Forsyth County Stepping Up’s Pam Goodine has received the Peer Support Specialist of the Year award from NC-H.O.P.E.
The Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) program at Forsyth County Department of Public Health is proud to announce that one of their own, Keisha Lucas, has been awarded the Tenacious Caregiver Award through the National Service Office of Nurse-Family Partnership.