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Operational changes due to COVID-19

 

Department of Public Health - All clinical services require an appointment. Appointments are limited. 

Call: 910-433-3600
Email: clinicappointments@co.cumberland.nc.us  Include name and phone number in email.
Visit: www.co.cumberland.nc.us/publichealth
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.- Tuesday evening hours are canceled. 

Pharmacy: open, but please call before 910-433-3602 prior to arrival. 
Baby Store: closed
Well-child checks: suspended until further notice. We will continue to see pediatric patients for sick visits
The North Carolina Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Program (NC BCCCP): appointments  limited
Pregnancy test counseling: suspended until further notice 
All health education programs: canceled
WIC: Services available by appointment at the Health Department and Spring Lake locations. Hope Mills WIC office is closed, effective March 24. Benefits will be issued electronically when possible.
Email: wicappointments@co.cumberland.nc.us
Spring Lake - 910-321-6420--open only Tuesdays and Thursdays

 **Hope Mills – 910-433-3760-- Closed as of March 24.

Ramsey Street – 910-433-3746

Medical and Vital Records: by appointment only at 910-433-3600

Stedman-Wade Health Clinic at the Health Department by appointment only; call 910-433-3777
Stedman-Wade Dental Clinic at the Health Department: closed.
Cumberland Healthnet Clinic at the Health Department: by appointment; call 910-483-6869

To reduce the risk from COVID-19, the following visitor protocol will be in place when visiting the Cumberland County Department of Public Health.

These policies will apply to all Cumberland County Department of Public Health locations, including Spring Lake WIC satellite location.

  • The clients/patients will be seen in Clinics of the Health Department by appointment only. 

This also includes Medical Records and Environmental Health.  

 

  • Any persons accompanying a patient must wait in their vehicle except for Child Health, WIC and Child Immunizations patients.  Only those who must accompany a patient will be allowed in the lobby.  Limit of one person per patient in lobby, clinic waiting area and/or patient room
  • Screening of patients, clients and their visitors will take place at a designated screening area near the building entry and away from the waiting area.      
    • You will be asked a series of questions about your symptoms, travel history and whether you have had contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. You will have your temperature taken.
    • You may be asked to wear a face mask.

 

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The Department of Public Health provides an array of services to the citizens of the County.

Federal, State and County tax money fund the Health Department. Grants and fees for services generate additional funds. The Health Department is governed by the Cumberland County Board of Health, which is composed of up to eleven members appointed by the Board of Commissioners.

The Health Department was founded in 1911 as the Cumberland County/Fayetteville City Board of Sanitation and Health, but it had no paid employees. In 1923, a part-time physician and two nurses were hired as the first paid employees. 

The Public Health Center is located at 1235 Ramsey Street and operates three satellite offices throughout the County.

Read our disclaimer here.

Green, Jennifer
Phone: 910-433-3600
Fax: 910-433-3659
Address: 1235 Ramsey Street
Fayetteville, NC 28301
Director: Dr. Jennifer Green
Email: jgreen@co.cumberland.nc.us