Protect, promote and improve health and well-being for all who live, work, and play in San Joaquin County.

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Public Health Highlights

Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Week

Lead Poisoning Prevention Week is October 24-30, 2021. Visit CLPPB's Lead Week Resource page to learn more about this week of action and register for free webinar sessions.

San Joaquin County Public test Health Services Annual Report - Next report will cover 2021 and publishes April 2022

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.

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 Additional data reports

 PHS programs and services

Medical Marijuana Identification Card Program


The Medical Marijuana Program (MMP) issues a voluntary medical marijuana identification card and registry program for qualified patients and their caregivers.

Learn more about the MMP Identification Card Program.