• 2024-2026 State Health Plan

    Leading to a healthier Tennessee.

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  • National Minority Health Month

    April is #NationalMinorityHealthMonth and a critical time to bring awareness to health disparities and encourage early detection and preventive care. Click ‘Learn More’ to learn how TDH works to improve minority health outcomes and eliminate health disparities.

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  • National Public Health Week

    National Public Health week is April 1-7, 2024. Local health departments and health organizations are doing their part to improve public health every day by providing essential health care to all. This #NationalPublicHealthWeek let us recognize and celebrate the great work happening in our local communities across the state.

  • Connect with your Local Health Department

    Health departments across the state provide various services, including primary care, family planning, preventative programs and screenings, nutrition education, immunizations, and more. Contact your local health department with specific questions, available services, and for appointments.

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    Respiratory Virus Information & Resources

    Respiratory viruses include many types of illnesses, including the common cold, coronoviruses, influenza, and respiratory syncytal virus. The best prevention against respiratory viruses includes proper hand washing, covering your cough, and staying home if you're sick. Here are a few more sources for information and resources to help you prevent the spread of respiratory viruses in Tennessee.

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    HIPAA Privacy and How to File a Complaint
    For special disability assistance contact Luvenia Harrison, ADA Coordinator / Civil Rights Compliance Officer, TDH,  Luvenia.Harrison@tn.gov.
    For citizens with disabilities- TTY (Tennessee Relay Services)