Established in 1944, Fremont County Department of Public Health & Environment (FCDPHE) has since been a cornerstone of wellness and safety for Fremont County residents. Throughout the years, we have stood as a beacon of public health services, focusing not just on curative measures but on a holistic vision of health and well-being.
We believe in the power of information and agency. It's our utmost priority to ensure that every individual in Fremont County has the resources and knowledge to make choices that benefit their health, the well-being of their families, and the vitality of the community.
At Fremont County Department of Public Health & Environment, we take pride in offering an array of essential services, tailored to the unique needs of our community. By actively collaborating with our community partners, we strive to promote wellness, ward off diseases, diminish environmental threats, and guarantee that every citizen has access to quality health care.
Our mission is concise yet profound: to prevent, protect, and promote the health and well-being of all Fremont County residents.
From Clinical Services to Vital Records, Fremont County Department of Public Health & Environment is divided into crucial sectors ensuring comprehensive public health service delivery. Moreover, we periodically run grant-funded programs like STEPP, SABG, and PDD-Drunk Driving Prevention and Education to address specific community needs.
Whether you're seeking information on our services, want to read the latest Board of Health Meeting minutes, or wish to nominate a Public Health Hero, we provide a platform to stay informed and involved.