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Volunteer for the Thomas Jefferson MRC

TJMRC volunteers assist in public health emergency response. There are roles for both medical and non-medical volunteers assisting in: special medical needs shelters, mass dispensing of medicine and vaccines, triaging and treating patients during a pandemic, and investigating infectious disease outbreaks. Read more


Resolved to be Ready Move Health Quit Now

 The 2012 Community Health Assessment and Improvement Plan is now available!
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HPV Prevention and the HPV Vaccine

The HPV vaccine is available for free to women ages 19 – 26 and men ages 19 – 21 at the health department. Call (434) 972-6200 for more information.


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What is the HPV vaccine for?


HPV is the most common sexually transmitted infection in the U.S. and can cause genital warts, cervical cancer, cancer of the penis, and less common cancers of the anus and throat. These safe, effective vaccines are available to protect females and males against some of the most common HPV types and the health problems that the virus can cause.


For more questions and answers about the HPV vaccine go to:

Emergency Preparedness & Response

The Office of Emergency Preparedness program develops education and services to effectively respond to any emergency that impacts public health. We work with local, regional and state emergency response partners to enhance readiness and response to bioterrorism, infectious disease outbreaks, and other public health emergencies.
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Last Updated: 04-07-2014

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