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Reminder to Take Precautions against Mumps after Cases Identified Related to UNH
10/25/2016 - NH – DHHS is reminding residents, especially those with a connection to the University of New Hampshire campus in Durham, to take precautions against the transmission of mumps after three cases were identified with a link to the University.
NH DHHS Asks Dartmouth to Clarify Whether Announced Layoffs Will Involve Psychiatric Staff
10/18/2016 - Commissioner Meyers has asked Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center to clarify whether any of the 84 layoffs from “across the system” announced on October 17, 2016, will include any psychiatric staff.
DCYF Child Protection Staffing Levels Interim Report
10/12/2016 - Center for Support of Families (CFS) has presented DHHS an interim report recommending an increase in DCYF child assessment staffing.
Older Adults Have the Power to Prevent a Fall
09/30/2016 - DHHS and the NH Falls Task Force celebrate National Falls Prevention Awareness Month by supporting a Ready, Steady, and Balanced Lifestyle.
First Influenza Positive Test Result in New Hampshire at State Public Health Lab Announced
09/28/2016 - DHHS has announced the first positive influenza test result of the 2016–17 influenza season at the State Public Health Laboratories from an adult from Rockingham County.
New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services Announces Merrimack Village District PFC Blood Testing Assessment Program
09/26/2016 - DHHS announced a program to assess potential exposure to perfluorochemicals (PFCs) among Merrimack Village District Water Works (MVD) customers.
Statement by DHHS Commissioner Jeffrey A. Meyers Regarding Dr. David Folks
09/20/2016 - The Department has learned that Dr. David Folks, a Dartmouth-Hitchcock employee who has been NH Hospital’s Chief Medical Officer since 2008, has decided to leave NH Hospital in January 2017.

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