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Indian Health Service The Federal Health Program for American Indians and Alaska Natives

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Environmental Health Services

(916) 930-3981 + Extension
 

Our mission: Through shared decision making, enhance the health and quality of life of American Indians/Alaska Natives to the highest possible level by eliminating environmentally related disease and injury through sound public health measures.

Program emphasis areas include water quality, waste management, food safety, air quality, industrial hygiene/occupational health, institutional environmental health, vector control, hazardous materials management, and emergency management.

For more information about this topic, check out our Division of Environmental Health Services page.

Injuries among American Indians in California 1993-2002 (PDF)


Carolyn Garcia, MSPH, REHS (Extension 336) (carolyn.garcia2@ihs.gov)
 

  • Division Director
  • Direct Resource Manager


VACANT
 

  • District Sanitarian
  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Food Service Quality Management
  • Water Quality
  • Hazardous Waste Management
  • Injury Prevention Support


Aaron McNeill (Extension 356) (aaron.mcneill@ihs.gov)
 

  • General environmental health specialist
  • Food safety specialist