Public Health Advisory Council
The Washington County Public Health Advisory Council (PHAC) has been appointed by the Washington County Board of Commissioners to advise the Board of Commissioners in its role as the Board of Health for Washington County. The Washington County Public Health Advisory Council will make recommendations to the Board of Commissioners and the Public Health division manager on matters relating to public health.
The 15-member Council is comprised of:
- 2 consumers of public health services
- 2 persons representing underserved or minority communities
- A faith community representative VACANT
- A business community representative
- A regulated service industry representative (food or other regulated business)
- A representative of the schools or Education Service District (ESD)
- A youth representative
- A healthcare or hospital representative
- An elected official
- A citizen representative from the CPO program
- Public safety (fire/EMS and law enforcement) representative
- A nonprofit organization representative
- A licensed practicing physician selected by the Washington County Medical Society
- A licensed health care professional/non-physician representative
Read the complete bylaws.
Visit the Board of Commissioners page to apply for one of the vacant positions.
Meeting agendas, minutes and supplemental materials are on this page.
For more information about PHAC, email Tricia Mortell.