The following reports lists all Operators receiving a Passing Grade (70 or Above) for Water and/or Wastewater certification for recently given Open/Closed Exams.
See this flyer for information on how you can view five (5) educational videos on Practice Management and implementation of ICD-10. View the videos at your convenience, courtesy of the LA Bureau of Primary Care and Rural Health.
This document was prepared to partially fulfill the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals, Office of Public Health, Center for Environmental Health Services (CEHS) reporting obligations under U.S. Environmental Protection Agencies (USEPA) BEACH grant program, Federal Assistance Agreement Numbers CU-97606401-0, CU-976992-01 and CU-96667101-0.
This annual report summarizes Louisiana Tuberculosis cases/rates by parish.
This report describes vital events data reported on Louisiana’s Vital Event Certificates of Live Birth, Spontaneous Fetal Deaths, Induced Termination of Pregnancy, Death, Marriage, and Divorce. Data collected on these certificates are used to describe year 2008 status and trends by race, gender and age groups.
Monitoring the health status of a population is an essential step in evaluating the effectiveness of various health programs and in developing programmatic policy for the future. Monitoring the status of a population relative to certain health indicators over a number of years is an especially effective tool for health planning. Act 985 of the 1995 Louisiana Regular Legislative Session, enacting R.S. 40:1300.71, requires that the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals annually prepare a report card relative to health and health-related issues.