Pembroke Corporate Center III     4452 Corporation Lane
Virginia Beach, VA 23462      757.518.2700

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Our Vision and Mission

Vision:  A community that lives well, plays well and stays well.  Mission:  Promoting health, preventing disease, and protecting the environment so that all in Virginia Beach are empowered to achieve optimal health and well-being.

Our Services

Forms and Applications
  • Restaurant and food applications
  • Personal service business applications
  • Special event food applications

Environmental Health
  • Applications for:
    • Restaurant and food services
    • Special events
    • Personal service businesses, and more
Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
  • Program information
  • Office locations and contact information
Clinical Services
  • Family Planning
  • Immunizations, Preconception Screening
  • Sexually Transmitted Infections
  • Tuberculosis Management 
  • Dental Clinic
Emergency Preparedness
  • Emergency information
  • Recovery information
Healthy Family / Baby Care
  • Health screenings
  • Child Safety Seat Program
  • Case Management
Vital Records
  • Records for:
    • Birth
    • Death
    • Marriage
    • Divorce

 

Health, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
  • Education
  • Outreach
  • Events

"Then followed that beautiful season...Summer....Filled was the air with a dreamy and magical light;
and the landscape lay as if new created in all the freshness of childhood."

—Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

COVID-19 Information Center

NEW Covid-19 Self-test results Reporting Portal available

Individuals who live, work or have been exposed to Covid-19 in Virginia Beach can now report self-test results and request a call from Virginia Beach Department of Public Health for information or guidance. Reporting is completely voluntary.   To report your home test results, visit the Self-test Reporting Portal.  The portal allows you to provide your contact information, if desired, to allow VBDPH to contact you. The information collected is used to monitor and deploy mitigation strategies to reduce the spread.

Appointments for age 5 and under are still available.

Visit the scheduling system, here, and look for the Virginia Beach Health Department location to book your appointment.

Feeling sick?  Looking for a community testing event?  And more...

Click our Resources link above.

            877-VAX-IN-VA • Mon-Fri
                            8am-5pm
                               877-829-4682

Download the free COVIDWISE app today and help Virginia STOP COVID-19.

COVIDWISE does not collect, use, or store any personally identifiable information or location data. Learn more about the app or click the links below to download.

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Other Resources Available to You

Click the links below

City of Virginia Beach Government

Visit the City of Virginia Beach's official website.  See the city's services and experience Virginia Beach!

Centers for Disease Control

CDC is one of the major operating components of the Department of Health and Human Services.  Learn more here.

Want to be a part of the VBDPH Team?

The Virginia Beach Department of Public Health welcomes you to view our most current job vacancies and apply for positions in your area of interest.

Latest News From VBDPH

News Releases

virginia-beach/news-releases

Stay informed with the latest news from VBDPH, routinely UPDATED, here!!

Stay in touch with VBDPH for Monkeypox updates

The Virginia Department of Health continues to monitor the Monkeypox outbreak, and what impact, if any, it has on the community.  Start by knowing the facts here.

Finding Anti-viral treatment in Virginia Beach

There are COVID-19 Antiviral Treatments available for persons testing positive and at risk for serious illness from COVID-19.  Anyone 18 and up who is at risk of serious illness can take these medications that need to be started within 5 days of onset of symptoms.

  • Paxlovid
  • Molnupiravir

Find out more on our COVID-19 information page, here, under finding Anti-viral treatment.

NEW Covid-19 Self-test results Reporting Portal available

Individuals who live, work or have been exposed to Covid-19 in Virginia Beach can now report self-test results and request a call from Virginia Beach Department of Public Health for information or guidance. Reporting is completely voluntary and only those wishing a call back are asked to provide a name and contact phone number or email address.   Visit the Self-test Reporting Portal.