In order to protect and enhance the health status for our community members of all ages, the Middle-Brook Regional Health Commission provides several services related to preventing the spread of both communicable and chronic disease.  Many of these are offered at low or no cost, in cooperation with other community organizations, such as Zufall Health Center, Community VNA and others.

Specific services are available to uninsured or underinsured infants and children through our child health clinics, including childhood immunizations. MBRHC strongly supports childhood immunizations, including the “Immunization of Pupils in School” regulations established by the NJ Department of Health & Senior Services. The immunization schedules for children 0 – 6 years of age and 7 – 18 years of age can be found here. Health Services for adults are also described below.

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The Commission also provides health-related programs to enhance the well-being of the community’s adult population. Services include:

Blood Pressure Screenings
Annual flu and Pneumonia vaccines
Health screenings for early detection of chronic disease
Women’s health services
Tuberculosis Management

For schedule and location information about adult health services, contact the Commission at 732-968-5151

MBRHC offers comprehensive, preventive health services for infants and pre-school children, provided in child health clinics held each month. Services include:

Childhood Immunizations
Well-baby Check-ups
Vision and Hearing Checks
Lead Screening
Growth & Development Assessment
Nutrition Counseling

For schedule and location information about adult or child health services, contact Community VNA at 908-725-9355

Saturday, May 5, 2018
9:00 am – 10:00 am      Washington Valley Fire House, Washington Valley Road, Warren

The Middle-Brook Regional Health Commission, with the Warren Township Board of Health, will be offering one rabies clinic this spring. 

Spring is upon us and we can expect to see more of our local wildlife.  All residents are encouraged to have their dogs and cats vaccinated against rabies.   Just as we do, our furry friends become more active when the weather improves.   Along with this activity comes the increased risk of exposure to rabies.   We saw several cases of rabies over the winter months and expect to see this continue through the spring and summer.   

The clinic is free to everyone so get your pets vaccinated now!

For more information: (908) 753-8000 ext 239