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your opinion about health issues that are important in your community.
Together, the County Departments of Health and hospitals throughout Long Island will use the results of this
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The survey is available in English, Spanish, Haitian Creole, Polish and in large print.
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The John J. Foley Skilled Nursing Facility Oversight Committee was formed as a result of Introductory Resolution 1971- 2008, for the purpose of achieving cost efficiencies and enhanced revenues at the
John J. Foley Skilled Nursing Facility. The committee is composed of representatives from the Suffolk County Executive’s Budget Office, the Department of Health Services, the legislature and a representative of the employees of the skilled nursing facility.
Weather permitting; the Suffolk County Department of Public Works is planning to treat sections of the following communities as part of their ongoing annual efforts to control adult mosquitoes.
Hauppauge, NY – Suffolk County Health Services (SCDHS) Commissioner James L. Tomarken announced today that the New York State Department of Health confirmed that a mosquito sample found in Gardiner County Park in Islip has tested positive for West Nile virus. The positive sample was Culex pipiens-restuans collected on June 20th by an employee of the SCDHS’ Public Health Division. A dead crow, picked up in Northport on June 27th , has also tested positive for the virus.