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  • Public Health Weekly Beach Report - June 23, 2017

    Hastings and Prince Edward Counties/ June 23, 2017 - Hastings Prince Edward Public Health monitors bathing beach water quality at designated public beaches within our jurisdiction through the collection and analyses of water samples for the presence of E.coli bacteria. When E.coli bacteria levels exceed the provincial standard, the bathing beach is considered to be unsafe for swimming and the following warning sign is posted at the beach:

  • Public Health Weekly Beach Report - June 16, 2017

    Hastings and Prince Edward Counties/ June 16, 2017-Hastings Prince Edward Public Health monitors bathing beach water quality at designated public beaches within our jurisdiction through the collection and analyses of water samples for the presence of E.coli bacteria. When E.coli bacteria levels exceed the provincial standard, the bathing beach is considered to be unsafe for swimming and the following warning sign is posted at the beach:

  • Public Health Weekly Beach Report - June 9, 2017

     
    Hastings and Prince Edward Counties/June 9, 2017 - Hastings Prince Edward Public Health monitors bathing beach water quality at designated public beaches within our jurisdiction through the collection and analyses of water samples for the presence of E.coli bacteria. When E.coli bacteria levels exceed the provincial standard, the bathing beach is considered to be unsafe for swimming and the following warning sign is posted at the beach:
     
  • Board of Health Monthly Meeting Highlights - June 2017

    Hastings and Prince Edward Counties/June 7, 2017 — The Board of Health for Hastings Prince Edward Public Health (HPEPH) held its regular monthly meeting in Belleville today.

    New Members Welcomed to Board of Health

    Maureen Piercy - Board Chair, welcomed two new members to the Board of Health. Joy Martin and Dr. Craig Ervine have both been appointed to the Board for a three year term, which began May 10, 2017.

  • Skip the Tan

    Hastings and Prince Edward Counties / June 6, 2017 - With summer approaching, residents may be seeking a ‘summer glow’. This year, Hastings Prince Edward Public Health (HPEPH) is encouraging residents, particularly young people, to “skip the tan” in order to avoid the negative effects of ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun and/or tanning beds.

  • Local Parents Invited to Attend Opioid Information Session

    Local Parents Invited to Attend Opioid Information Session

  • Recruiting 'Everyday Superheroes' to Help Champion Road Safety

    Recruiting ‘Everyday Superheroes’ to Help Champion Road Safety

    Hastings Prince Edward Public Health and Parachute are encouraging Canadians to promote safe and active transportation this spring

  • Public Health Weekly Beach Report - June 2, 2017

    Hastings and Prince Edward Counties/June 2, 2017 - Hastings Prince Edward Public Health monitors bathing beach water quality at designated public beaches within our jurisdiction through the collection and analyses of water samples for the presence of E.coli bacteria. When E.coli bacteria levels exceed the provincial standard, the bathing beach is considered to be unsafe for swimming and the following warning sign is posted at the beach:
     
  • Men's Only Clinic During Belleville Pride Week

    Hastings and Prince Edward Counties/June 1, 2017 – Hastings Prince Edward Public Health will be holding a Men's Only Sexual Health Clinic during Belleville Pride Week. This free and confidential clinic will be held on Wednesday June 7, from 5:00pm to 7:30pm at 179 North Park St. The HPEPH Men's Only Sexual Health Clinic aims to reach gay, bi and other men who have sex with men including trans and non-binary individuals.

  • HPEPH Asking Public to Demonstrate Support for Plain & Standardized Packaging

    Hastings and Prince Edward Counties / May 31, 2017 – May 31 is World No Tobacco Day, a time to remember that each year 13,000 Ontarians die from tobacco related disease.