Public Health Department (PHD) Tuesday, June 30, 2015

News & Announcements

For information on the BLOODBORNE VIRUS INVESTIGATION related to the office of Dr. Thomashefsky, click here.

The Safe Disposal of Drugs

Unused medications can be dangerous to people and hazardous to our environment. Please join us in a conversation about the disposal of medications and exploration of alternative solutions for our community. Please share information about the community meetings on July 14 and July 16 as noted in the attached flyer. [ Flyer ]

Water Testing Results

Following the Refugio Oil Spill Incident on May 19, 2015, there have been a number of questions regarding ocean water quality in Santa Barbara County. A summary of water sampling will be made public and posted on the Public Health Department website at www.sbcphd.org [ Press Release ]

 

NEW Refugio Incident Testing Results
Click on link for: [ Cumulative Air ] [ Cumulative Water ]
Results Confirm Transmission Occurred at Medical Practice
The Santa Barbara County Public Health Department has obtained additional information related to the ongoing investigation of the medical office of Dr. Allen Thomashefsky [ Press Release ]
Air Quality Following the Refugio Oil Spill Incident

Following the Refugio Oil Spill Incident on May 19, 2015, there have been a number of questions regarding air quality in Santa Barbara County.  In response to specific requests for this information, air testing results will be made public and posted on the Public Health Department website at www.sbcphd.org [ Press Release ]

Refugio Incident Air Testing Results
[ Click here ]
June is Adopt-A-Cat Month

June is the Purrfect time to Adopt a Cat. Animal Services drops adoption fees to only $25 on cats 6 months and older! [ Press Release ]

Potential Health Impacts from Crude Oil
Click on link for Fact Sheet [ English ] [ Spanish ]
Refugio Oil Spill
Please share comments, thoughts and suggestions about the oil spill at:  refugiospillcomments@countyofsb.org

To learn what's happening with the oil spill, see:  www.Refugioresponse.com

Refugio Oil Spill and Health
The Public Health Department cautions residents that there are potential health impacts from the Refugio oil spill. [ Press Release ]
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