SOUTH HOLLAND, IL – On March 15, 2017, the Cook County Department of Public Health (CCDPH) hosted its’ annual all-staff meeting at South Suburban College where President Don Manning welcomed approximately 210 CCDPH staff members. This is the second year that CCDPH has hosted the meeting at South Suburban College. SSC’s partnership with Cook County Department of Public Health provided technology, facilities, and invaluable staff support for making this meeting a success. This year, CCDPH focused on Strategic Planning, Quality Improvement and Health Equity throughout the Cook County.
The Cook County Department of Public Health was established on December 10, 1945 and is the state certified public health agency for Cook County with the exception of Chicago, Evanston, Skokie, Oak Park and Stickney Township. CCDPH serves approximately 2.5 million residents in 125 municipalities and strives to meet the public health needs of our suburban Cook County jurisdiction through effective and efficient disease prevention and health promotion programs.
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