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If something touches on the health and safety of the people who live here, there’s a good chance it touches on our programming. Through our programs in prevention, protection and emergency response, we work to keep the people in Oxford’s communities healthy and safe. 

Oxford County Public Health is your local public health unit, offering programs that promote healthy lifestyles and that aim to prevent illness and disease in our community.
 

Oxford County Paramedic Services is your local paramedic services (ambulance), providing 24-hour emergency and non-emergency pre-hospital care.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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News

First Oxford Health Matters report released

Air Quality, Health & Wood Burning is the first in a series of reports that will help draw attention to local health issues and shape public health programs. Read the news release or read the report
 

Illicit Fentanyl advisory

Local police and other agencies are confirming the presence of illicit Fentanyl that has been mixed with other drugs. Visit Public Health's Fentanyl page for more information. Two public information meetings were also held on May 9. Those presentations have been posted online.

   

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