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Department Head: Mimi Cooper 


When Flooding Occurs - Keep Water & Food Safe

Emergencies can happen. When they do, the best strategy is to already have a plan in place. This includes knowing the proper food and water safety precautions to take if hurricanes — or other flooding/power outages — do occur.

Follow the steps provided by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to keep your Food and Water safe.
FDA website -

Download Flood Safety Tips



The Randolph County Health Department in collaboration with Randolph Hospital is interested in your opinions about the health and quality of life in Randolph County. The results from this survey and other information will be used to identify and address Randolph County’s most pressing health problems.

Please click here to take survey.

All responses are voluntary and anonymous.



Public Health - Working to keep you safe and happy  - The NC Association of Local Health Directors has created a video to explain how your local Health Department works to take care of you and your environment.

Watch the video on YouTube

Immunization Update

New vaccine requirements and changes will become effective July 1, 2015. The rule changes affect those children ages 15 months, 4 years, 12 years and/or 17 years. Visit  for complete information.

Tick and Mosquito Information 

Spring has arrived, which means it’s time to get prepared for the occurrence of tick and mosquito transmitted diseases. Click on the links below for information on prevention, treatment and signs/symptoms of such diseases as Lyme, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, West Nile Virus or Eastern equine encephalitis.

Flu Information:

Spread the word. Not the flu.

  • Join thousands who are helping report flu.
  • Protect yourself, your family & your community.
  • Ready to report? Let’s hear from you.

Download Helping You Fight the Flu 2015

Visit  to register for the website.

For other information on the flu, visit: .

All health department clinic services are by appointment.  Click for details

Every four years, local health departments across the state are involved in the North Carolina Local Health Department Accreditation Process. Part of the Accreditation process requires that each health department develop a Strategic Plan. A Strategic Plan is a disciplined process aimed at producing fundamental decisions and actions that will shape and guide what an organization is, what it does, and why it does what it does.

View the Randolph County Health Department 2014-2016 Strategic Plan

Public Health Community Health Assessment Results 


To preserve, protect, and improve the health of the community by the collection and dissemination of health information, education and service programs aimed at the prevention of disease, protection of the environment, and improvement of the quality of life for our citizens.


The Health Department has many functions that include monitoring health status to identify community health problems, developing strategies for addressing problems independently and in partnership with other community entities, informing, educating and empowering people about health issues, enforcing laws and regulations that protect health and ensure safety, assuring the provision of health care in the community, and guaranteeing that a competent team of public health professionals is available to the community.  This department has a total of 93 positions.




Contact Information
Main: 336.318.6200   email
Animal Control: 336.683.8235
Environmental Health: 336.318.6262 *
Other Contact & Appointment Information
IRA McDowell Building
2222B South Fayetteville St.
Asheboro, NC 27205   map it

Archdale Office
213 Balfour Drive
Archdale, NC 27263     map it
(Wic only - View schedule)

*EH @ Central Permitting Building
204 E Academy Street,
Asheboro, NC   map it
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