Public Health Week

Now accepting nominations for Public Health Recognition Awards! Deadline is Feb. 21.

National Public Health Week is April 6-12, 2020. Washington County Department of Health and Human Services will honor significant contributions to public health that promote and support a culture of health and well-being in Washington County. 

The 18th Annual Public Health Recognition Awards will be presented on Tuesday, April 7, 2020, 12 p.m., at the Washington Street Conference Center, located on the first floor of the parking structure at 102 SW Washington Street in downtown Hillsboro. A reception will follow.

Nominees will have raised awareness of public health issues, developed projects with a lasting impact, influenced systems or policy changes, developed innovative public health programs, or promoted healthy communities and/or making healthy lifestyle choices. Award categories include individual, organization, youth and County employee.

Not all browsers support fillable forms. Follow these instructions for filling out the nomination form so it works correctly:

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  3. Email the form as an attachment to Vivianna Lindley.

Download and save the fillable PDF application or contact Vivianna Lindley at 503-846-8246 to request one. Contact Vivianna with any questions.

 

 

Past Public Health Week Award Honorees

  • 2019: Ruth Zuniga, Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District, Planned Parenthood Beaverton Teen Council, Andy Cartmill (Facebook album)
  • 2018: Lisa Allen; Hillsboro Water Department, Banks High School Fire Science Students; Annette Evans (Facebook album)
  • 2017: Sexton Mountain Walking School Bus Program; Rachel French and Neighborhood Health Center; Jared Kawatani; Erin Jolly (Facebook album)
  • 2016: Rachel Parker; Fran Jensen and Nancy Winston; Century High School Student Health Advisory Council; Cynthia Valdivia (Facebook album)
  • 2015: Herb Lommen, Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District and FamilyCare, Inc., Rebels for a Cause, Adam Knapp (Facebook album)
  • 2014: Kaely Summers, Sonrise Church, Sierra Studnick, Sue Omel (Facebook album)
  • 2013: Michelle Rodriguez; Tigard Turns the Tide
  • 2012: Paul Hudak; Community Action Early Head Start and Coffee Creek Correctional Facility
  • 2011: Marilyn Hickman, RN, BSN, BC; Providence Infections Disease Consultants
  • 2010: Michelle Brady, RN, BSN; Adelante Mujeres, Adelante Agricultura
  • 2009: Lisa Vincent; Community Action Organization, Opening Doors
  • 2008: Loaves and Fishes Centers
  • 2007: Susan Greathouse, RD/LD, MPH, IBCLC; Essential Health Clinic
  • 2006: Jan Larsen, RN, BSN; TriMet
  • 2005: Roberto Varona; Pacific University School of Physician Assistant Studies
  • 2004: Lorene Piontkowski, RN; Forest Grove Family Resource Center
  • 2003: Helen Emmons, RN; ¡Salud!

 

Check out our video for a look behind the scenes at Washington County Public Health.