EHP’s team includes medical professionals, community service professionals, and public health scientists who are available to assist individuals and communities in many ways:
- EHP’s onsite nurse practitioner is available for exams and consultations with people who think their health may be compromised by nearby UOGD activities. Clients can be seen by appointment in our local office or in their homes. Our nurse practitioner also provides referrals, helps clients navigate the health care system, and consults with environmental health specialists. If you make an appointment with us, please bring any medical or environmental test results you have. It is also helpful to provide any sort of health diary or other records you may have regarding when your symptoms began and ended.
- EHP is also a resource center for information related to UOGD activities. Our staff is available by appointment in the office and by phone to address concerns residents have about their environmental conditions. We will answer questions, provide guidance and steer people toward other resources when possible. EHP also provides limited air and water quality monitoring devices to qualified residents.
Please see our Health Issues section for contact information.