Protect, promote and improve health and well-being for all who live, work, and play in San Joaquin County.
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- We appreciate your feedback regarding the health and safety of our community. San Joaquin County has a form where you can ask a question, report an outbreak, report a violation or share a comment Be sure to include as much detail as possible (e.g., name and type of business, location of business, description of the problem or complaint at issue, and photographs, image files, or documents that can be attached) regarding the violator in order for follow-up to occur properly. The report will be referred to the appropriate authority for review and enforcement, either at the local or state level. Click here
Public Health Highlights
Public Health Services (PHS) works to protect, promote and improve health and well-being for all who live, work, and play in San Joaquin County. The Annual Report for 2019 provides a snapshot of the work and services provided this past year. It reviews selected data and program information, highlights successes and challenges, and presents the Strategic Plan - Annual Workplan Year 3, July 2019-June 2020, Mid-Year Report - December 2019.
To read the full Annual Report, click here.
For additional data reports, click here.
For PHS programs and services, click here.
Access to healthcare coverage has changed. Now with Expanded Medi-Cal more people are eligible for Medi-Cal coverage.
- Income limits have been increased
- Asset test has been removed
- Anyone can apply (you don't need to be pregnant, have children, or be disabled to qualify)
The Medical Marijuana Program (MMP) was established to provide a voluntary medical marijuana identification card issuance and registry program for qualified patients and their caregivers.For more information, click here.