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Our Mission

​The mission of Sacramento County Public Health is to promote, protect, and assure
conditions for optimal health and public safety for residents and communities of
Sacramento County through leadership, collaboration, prevention, and response.


Our Vision

Optimal health and well-being for Sacramento County communities!

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Health Officer Order: Health Care Facility Transfers

To reduce the spread of infections, including those caused by multidrug-resistant organisms, the Sacramento County Public Health Officer has issued an Order requiring health care facilities that transfer a patient to another facility to submit a completed Health Care Facility Transfer Form​ to the receiving facility.​​

SCPH Annual Report

We're proud to release the Sacramento County Public Health Annual Report​.  Read about some of our successes from fiscal year 2021-22.

 2022/23 Flu Season

​What You Need to Know About the Flu​


Monkeypox​: case counts, resources, guidance for cases and close contacts

National Infant Formula Shortage

Information and Resources for Parents​​


COVID-19 (2019 Novel Coronavirus)

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Public Health Officer Feature

Sacramento County Public Health Officer, Dr. Olivia Kasirye, has been featured in Comstock's Magazine Follow Her Lead!

School Vaccines

Children are required by California law to have certain childhood vaccines in order to attend school, day care, and child care. Learn more about these required vaccines at Shots for School or contact the Sacramento County Immunization Assistance Program for more information.

Syphilis Is on the Rise in Sacramento


Syphilis is on the rise in Sacramento County. Learn how the HIV/STD Prevent​ion Program can help.

Be Healthy Sacramento 

Looking for data on Sacramento County? Visit Be Healthy Sacramento for public data on a variety of topics from education to health for Sacramento County.​​​​​​​​​​​​

 Nurse-Family Partnership


Learn about the services available for first-time pregnant women through the Nur​se-Family Partnership Program.

What Every Woman Should Know!

Hear a message from our County Health Officer, Dr. Olivia Kasirye, by clicking on the photo. 

Learn more about the Preconception Health Campaign.