Dr. David Goodfriend
Environmental Health/Administration Office
1 Harrison St. SE, Second Floor
Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Health Department Responsibilities
The Health Department also provides advice on health-related matters, works to control the spread of disease, and inspects and investigates conditions that may adversely affect public health. The Health Department is working closely with the medical community, public safety agencies, and citizens to continue to keep everyone safe from the potential of chemical, biological, and radiation attack.
For more information, view the Health Department brochure and follow us on Facebook.
In this section, you'll find links to information about the Community Health and Environmental Health divisions of the Health Department as well as links to useful information about health-related issues.
The Loudoun County Health Department is accredited through the Public Health Accreditation Board, the first health department in Virginia to achieve this designation. It provides a wide range of health care services and works to ensure the health and well-being of Loudoun County residents. The department collects information and identifies problems and conditions that potentially affect the health of the public and assists with the strategies to deal with these problems.
The mission of the Health Department is to provide health services that enhance and ensure the health of all Loudoun County residents. This is achieved by working with partners in the County and town governments, State and Federal agencies, private organizations and residents to protect the environment, prevent the spread of disease and promote residents’ health
The Loudoun Health Department envisions playing a lead role in fostering a community of health and wellness.
You can sign up for e-mail and text alerts from the Health Department through Alert Loudoun.
After-Hours Contact Information
The Health Department can be reached 24/7 by email or by phone at 703-771-5829 for reporting a public health emergency, risk, problem, or environmental or occupational health hazard, or to report a notifiable condition.
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