Park County Public Health, in partnership with the community we serve, protects the health and safety of the residents of Park County.
Public health has been caring for the health of communities for more than 100 years. In fact, it’s been credited with adding 25 years to the life expectancy of people living in the United States. Public Health accomplished this feat by starting programs on:
- Control of infectious diseases like tuberculosis, typhoid, and cholera
- Motor-vehicle safety
- Safer work places
Public Health Office in Fairplay
Public Health Office in Bailey
Lynn Ramey, RN, BSN
Public Health Nurse Program Manager:
Carol Togie, RN, BSN
Public Health Office Manager:
Public Health Nurses:
Mary Anne Wesoloski RN, MSN
Ann Grothe, RD
Emergency Preparedness and Response Coordinator:
COVID19 Information Specialist:
Emmy Glancy West, MPA
COVID19 Vaccine and Testing Coordinator:
Case Investigator Contact Tracing Specialists:
Ann Grothe, RD
Victoria Brahe, PhD, RN
Resource and Wellness Line
Free and confidential resource navigation service available Mon-Fri 8am-6pm to help community members connect with local services and programs that support their wellbeing.
Contact us at:
- Contact Form
Servicios disponibles en Español
825 Clark Street
P.O. Box 846
Fairplay, CO 80440
83 Main Street
Bailey, CO 80421
Monday - Thursday
7 am - 6 pm
There are a number of upcoming vaccine clinics in Park County in the coming weeks. The Thursday clinic in Bailey has moved indoors due to the inclement weather forecast and will take place at the Bailey Public Library, downstairs in the Community Room. Read on...
As cold and flu season approaches, one of the most important measures you can take to keep yourself and those around you protected is opting for an annual flu vaccine. Park County Public Health has announced flu shot clinic dates and opened registration! Read on...
There are a number of upcoming vaccine clinics in Park County in the coming weeks. Each clinic will offer the Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. Appointments are available and encouraged but walk-ins welcome. Read on...