About the Office of Public Health Services
The Office of Public Health Services manages programs designed to improve the overall health and welfare of Hudson County residents. The focus is on addressing health equity matters and responding to public health threats via the provision of direct services at our Chest Clinic and contractual services provided by Hudson Regional Health Commission.
Hudson Regional Health Commission
(HRHC) is a consortium of homeless housing, service and shelter providers, consumers, advocates and government representatives working together to shape countywide planning and decision making.
The Hudson County Chest Clinic (HCCC) is a regionally designated ambulatory clinic which provides Tuberculosis (TB), control services to residents within the twelve municipalities of Hudson County and beyond.
Hudson County Chest Clinic
The Hudson County Chest Clinic (HCCC) is a regionally designated ambulatory clinic which provides Tuberculosis (TB), control services to residents within the twelve municipalities of Hudson County. The regional designation allows for the Clinic to accept patient referrals from throughout the State of New Jersey as directed by the New Jersey Department of Health. The overall goal is early detection, intervention and prevention of TB, spread of disease and complications.
Health Equity Services
Health Equity Services entails providing education, programming and resources designed to promote an equal opportunity for health and wellness among all Hudson County residents. Activities will focus on ensuring access to adequate nutritious food, reducing the burden of chronic disease among residents and other health related needs that arise.