2018 Measles Outbreak in Rockland County

Click here for the latest information about the Measles Outbreak and important information about the Measles disease including: common symptoms, complications, recommendations, vaccination, and information for health care providers.

Warming Centers

Need a warm place to stay when it's very cold outside? A Warming Center is a heated facility in which residents can
find safe refuge from extreme weather. Please call before going to confirm it is open. Find a center from the list.

Confirmed Case of Measles - Multiple Locations in Rockland

See our press releases page for the latest information. Get more information about measles here: https://www.health.ny.gov/publications/2170.pdf[ Read More ]

Facts About the Zika Virus

Visit www.health.ny.gov for more information on the New York State Zika 6 Point Action Plan. See our Mosquito Control page for more information.[ Read More ]

Clean Hands Count!

For safe health care, clean hands count to prevent infections. We are all in this together! Info for patients and visitors to healthcare facilities : Info for healthcare providers : Watch the video


Message from the Commissioner

The mission of the Rockland County Department of Health is to promote and protect the health of our community. We envision a safe, healthy county for our residents to live, work and play, and where everyone has an equal opportunity for a healthy and productive life. We are here for you, your family and your businesses. Our goal is to make Rockland the healthiest county in the nation. Please explore our website and learn about the many programs and services that we offer.

Featured Pages

Clinics & Immunizations

A list of Health Department Clinics and Immunizations.

Environmental Health

Regulates & enforces public health & environmental matters.

Health Dept. Calendar

Rockland County Health Department Calendar of Events.

WIC (Women, Infants, & Children)

Provides nutrition education, breastfeeding support & info.

Popular Information

  • To report a public health emergency, communicable disease, and/or animal bite after hours, on weekends and/or on holidays please call 845-364-8600 and ask for the supervisor on call.

Recent Press Releases