Emergency Preparedness and Response
The Florida Department of Health in Bay County's Emergency Preparedness Division is actively involved in planning and responding to the public health needs of the community in times of emergency or disaster. The priorities of the Florida Department of Health in Bay County are to assure that delivery of essential medical and public health services are maintained or restored following a disaster and that assistance is provided to meet emergency needs of the affected population.
To report a public health emergency call: 850-872-4455
For more information regarding the Division of Emergency Preparedness and Response please browse the links on the left side of this page. If you have any questions regarding Public Health Preparedness, the Special Needs Shelter or the Medical Reserve Corps, please contact the Emergency Planner at the Florida Department of Health in Bay County: 850-872-4455, press 7, then press 2.
Click here to view the DOH-Bay Preparedness video.
DOH-Bay Deploys Staff in Support of Hurricane Ian
DOH-Bay has deployed a physician, nurses, and support staff to Lee and Sarasota Counties for two weeks to assist with Special Needs Shelter operations and environmental health assessments. DOH-Bay has also sent a trailer with donations for DOH employees in the affected region.