Oklahoma Public Health Association


Membership includes:

  • Chemists

  • Sanitarians

  • Hydrologists

  • Engineers

  • Environmental specialists

  • Microbiologists

  • Entomologists

  • Ichthyologists

  • Geologists

Objectives include:

Helping officials become exposed to state-of-the-art information through:

  • Education

  • Peer interaction

CDC's Model Aquatic Health Code (MAHC)

What's New...

View the slides and handouts from the EPA's "Clean Power Plan" webinar on 7/7/14: interactive maps, Syracuse Univ./Harvard Univ. study on co-benefits of carbon pollution limits. To request a recording, email healthyair@lung.org.

Interested in the viewing public inspections for your favorite restaurant?  Now you can with this online tool: http://www.phin.state.ok.us/Inspections/

APHA has relaunched the Environmental Health website.  New features include reports and videos from APHA's cutting edge communications project with the FrameWorks Institute.

E-mail Section Chair:  Adam Austin   aaaustin@tulsa-health.org

Please visit the APHA's Environment Section and the Occupational Health and Safety Section for more information. 

'Promoting public health improvements through education, practice, and advocacy'

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121 NE 52nd Street, Ste. 260
Oklahoma City, OK 73105

The OPHA office is open Monday - Friday from 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM, excluding state holidays.

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