As a public health agency, we work to promote and protect the health of everyone in our community. We track and monitor diseases, conduct extensive health education and outreach, provide and connect people with care, enforce food safety and air quality laws and regulations, prepare for public health emergencies, and more — all with the goal to ensure the conditions in which every Knox County resident can be healthy.
We have numerous divisions and employ more than 260 professionals including public health educators, epidemiologists, physicians, environmentalists, nurses, nutritionists, emergency preparedness specialists and many others.
We are a division of Knox County Government under the supervision of Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs.
If you don’t find the information you’re looking for here, please contact us at 865-215-5300 or email@example.com.
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