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Thomas Jefferson Health District

Working together for a healthy community.

The Thomas Jefferson Health District provides public health services
to the residents of the City of Charlottesville, and the counties of
Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, and Nelson.


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Volunteer for the Thomas Jefferson MRC

TJMRC volunteers assist in public health emergency response. There are roles for both medical and non-medical volunteers assisting in: special medical needs shelters, mass dispensing of medicine and vaccines, triaging and treating patients during a pandemic, and investigating infectious disease outbreaks. Read more


Vaccines for Preteens! Click here to learn moreNew Evening Hours STI Testing ClinicThe Thomas Jefferson Health Department WIC Clinic has moved to The Rainbow House, 750 Java Court, off of Bitternut Lane, in the Southwood Community.
Our hours are the same: Thursdays, 1:00 – 4:00 PM

Call the Charlottesville/Albemarle Health Department at (434) 972-6200 ext. 4 to make an appointment.

La Clínica de WIC del departamento de salud de Thomas Jefferson se ha trasladado a la Casa Arcoiris, 750 Java Court (por Bitternut Lane), en la comunidad de Southwood.
Las horas de WIC en Southwood quedan lo mismo: los jueves de 1-4pm.
Llame al departamento de salud de Charlottesville/Albemarle al (434) 972-6200 y marque 4 para hacer una cita.


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The Thomas Jefferson Health District is one of thirty-five health districts under the Virginia Department of Health. It is comprised of six health departments that serve the counties of Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, and Nelson, along with the city of Charlottesville. Our local health departments provide numerous services to approximately 244,000 citizens. Find out more by touring our website.

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Last Updated: 09-14-2016

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