The City of Gloucester Health Department is offering FREE flu shots this year. Flu clinics are open to those 3 years of age and older. Please bring your health insurance cards. We do accept those without insurance.
For questions, contact Public Health Nurse, Kelley Hiland, 978-325-5266.
Please join us as we rise in solidarity and demand justice for women and girls during our annual One Billion Rising global campaign on February 14 at 3 PM at City Hall Rotunda.
We will not be silent #metoo
The North Shore Mother Visiting Partnership is made up of Public Health Nurses from five communities, Beverly, Gloucester, Hamilton, Newburyport and Peabody, who offer a universal one-time supportive home visit to mothers/caregivers and their babies up to one year.
All visits are free and confidential and there are no eligibility requirements for a visit.
Each home visit will include a free Baby Box filled with goodies and community resources.
To schedule a visit, text or call the Public Health Nurse in your town listed below:
Beverly, Teresa Kirsch, 978-380-8203
Gloucester, Kelley Hiland, 978-559-1784
Hamilton, Christine Lee, 978-290-9618
Newburyport, Pam Palombo, 978-835-1521
Peabody, Chassea Robinson, 978-490-7091
Join the Gloucester Health Department and IMPACT Melanoma at Good Harbor Beach on August 8, 10 AM to 2 PM for a Free Sun Safety Event. IMPACT Melanoma will provide educational materials, give-a-ways, and offer a facial scan to help understand the damaging effects of the sun.
Also, check out the new Sunscreen Dispensers available for public use at Good Harbor Beach and Wingaersheek Beach.
Help spread the word of this important work to reduce the incidence of skin cancer in our community.
Please join us on Monday, April 10th at 6 PM at the Gloucester Police Department for a march and rally led by Mayor Romeo Theken to protest sexual violence. Together we can demand an end to this horrible crime.
For more information, please contact Public Health Nurse, Kelley Ries, at 978-325-5266.
Join us on Saturday, April 29th from 10am to 1pm at the Rose Baker Senior Center. Do what is right for the environment and safely dispose of your unused medications properly.