The Food Safety and Hygiene Inspection Services Division (FSHISD) inspects the city's 5,500 +/- food establishments.
The Foodborne Illness Surveillance program is responsible for the surveillance and investigation of foodborne outbreaks and illnesses occurring in the District of Columbia.
Confidential and/or anonymous testing for exposure to HIV—the virus that causes AIDS—is available at several locations across the city.
Women can obtain a free pregnancy test by calling 1-800-MOM-BABY (1-800-666-2229) to find a location near them.
See how local organizations are working in HIV/AIDS prevention and vaccine research.
The District of Columbia Department of Health (DOH) supports public health initiatives and health services with local, private (donations) and federal funds.
Learn about the licensing, inspection and regulations regarding Group Homes for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities (GHPID).
The DC Department of Health has a number of programs to ensure a coordinated system of health care for DC residents.
The District of Columbia Department of Health licenses and certifies health care facilities for compliance with state and federal health and safety standards.
The DC Department of Health offers programs across a variety of health care services affecting health care professionals, patients and DC residents.
Health Education is any combination of learning experiences designed to help individuals and communities to improve their health, by increasing knowledge or influencing attitudes.
Just because you have health insurance does not mean you are not eligible for the DC AIDS Drug Assistance Program (DC ADAP).
Find information about licensing, certification and programs targeting health professionals.
Find official documents containing Health Regulations and Licensing Reports.
Find specific instructions on how to apply for eligibility for Hearing Aid Dealers Licensing.
The Cardiovascular Health Program executes state-level actions to prevent and control heart disease, diabetes, obesity and other related risk factors.
Find information, resources, service locations and training opportunities related to Hepatitis A, B and C.