Oklahoma Public Health Association


Membership includes:

  • Administrators

  • Nurses

  • Physicians

  • Social workers

  • Case managers

  • Aging specialists

  • Educators

  • Technical & support specialists

Objectives include:

  1. Promoting a positive understanding of the aging process

  2. Educating professionals and the public on aging related issues

  3. Providing programs on issues and trends

  4. Working to promote preventive health measures

  5. Aiding in the establishment of standards and guidelines for long-term care programs

  6. Initiating projects designed to improve the health of older adults, along with the entire population.


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E-mail Section Chair: Kathy Montella, Kathleen-Montella@ouhsc.edu

Please visit the APHA Aging & Public Health Section or the Healthy Communities for Healthy Aging Forum for more information.

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

Oklahoma Public Health AssociationAPHA Affiliate logo
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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