The Alabama Department of Public Health is a community of doctors, nurses, epidemiologists, dietitians, environmentalists, administrators, and professionals of all kinds, each of us dedicated to creating an environment in which all Alabamians are healthy by promoting, protecting, and improving health. Here you will find stories celebrating the hard work and dedication of the people of ADPH.

Recent Posts

Dr. Mary McIntyre presented William Henry Sanders Award

Alabama Public Health Laboratory becomes ISO/IEC 17025 Accredited

Congratulations Cancer Registry!

Alabama physicians co-author study of groundbreaking TB treatment

Lab Week 2023: "Saved by the Lab"

Bureau of Environmental Services Director Retires

ADPH Careers: Public Health Environmentalists

Public Health Employees Fulfill Their Mission

#WATCHYOURMOUTH Campaign Featured Nationally

In Memorium: Summer Beard

Department debuts redesigned website

Alabama Department of Public Health 2021 Annual Report

New office will improve data-driven decision making

National Public Health Week 2022 promotes action to lead healthier lives

Evelyn Jackson receives 50-year Service Pin

Four new conditions added to Alabama Newborn Screening Panel

State Laboratory's Full-Scale Exercise Involves Prattville's First Responders

Donald E. Williamson, M.D., State Health Laboratory dedicated virtually

Alabama Department of Public Health debuts redesigned website

ADPH Statewide Staff Meeting (On Demand)

ADPH Statewide Staff Meeting

Sudden Unexplained Infant Death Investigations Training Held

Employees Receive Hands-on Training in Deploying Portable Structures

Social Work Conference Emphasizes Need for Self-Care

In Memorium: Ruth Harrell, M.P.H., B.S.N.