Public Health

Click Image Below for Ebola Outbreak Information

Ebola FAQ

Click image above for Ebola FAQs

Enterovirus D68

Keep your child from getting and spreading Enterovirus D68.

Click HERE for more information on Enterovirus D68.  

Flu Season is Here!

Flu vaccine has been arriving in doctor’s offices, clinics and pharmacies across Texas, and the Texas Department of State Health Services encourages everyone 6 months old and older to get vaccinated now.

For more information on Seasonal Flu click here.

In addition to getting vaccinated, people should help stop the spread of the flu and other illnesses by covering all coughs and sneezes, washing their hands frequently, disinfecting commonly touched surfaces and staying home when sick.

When Disaster Strikes, Will You Be Ready?

Basic preparation can help keep your family safe in any type of emergency.
Make a plan and gather essentials now to avoid a truly disastrous situation. You never know when a disaster will strike. Be prepared.

Click each icon for more information on how to prepare or visit  


         Make a Kit.                          Have a Plan.                     Be Informed.


The Department of Health & Human Services is Fort Bend County's principal agency for protecting the health of county residents and providing essential human services, especially for those who are least able to help themselves. The Department includes seven subordinate departments, covering a wide spectrum of activities.fort bend county

Medical Resreve Corps

Disease Reporting




Enable Fort Bend

Links to other Fort Bend County Health Department Programs:

Animal Services (or                    

Emergency Medical Service (EMS)                                          

Indigent Health Care                                                               

Veterans Service    

Clinical Health

Environmental Health

Social Services


Printer Friendly Versionprinter friendly

Powered by the PIER System