Michael Provost, Health Officer
Town of Alexandria
47 Washburn Road, Alexandria, NH
The Health Officer is responsible for three critical functions. The first is to enforce applicable New Hampshire laws and administrative rules (i.e. regulations), as well as local ordinances and regulations enacted by your community. The second critical function is to serve as a liaison between state officials, local elected officials, and your community on issues concerning local environmental and public health. The third is to be a leader and active participant in efforts to develop regional environmental and public health capacities. These roles have become more important than ever as our state faces continuing outbreaks of disease and demands greater emphasis on public health emergency preparedness.
As part of my duties as Health Officer, I inspect foster homes, day care facilities, septic systems, rental housing, dilapidated housing and nuisance complaints such as garbage. I also serve as liaison between the state officials and the local community on issues concerning local public health such as private well testing. Remember, spring is the best time to test your well water.
State Health Department
The EMD (Emergency Management Director), Alexandria Volunteer Fire Department Chief and Health Officer have made available an Access and Functional Needs Form. This form will be available at the Selectmen’s Office and on the Town’s website. CLICK HERE for form . This information will be kept confidential and used for local official use only in the event of an emergency.
NH Health Alerts
- 05-18-2017 Tickborne Disease HAN with Attachments
- 05-15-2018 HIV and HCV in Persons Who Inject Drugs
- 12-28-2017 Seasonal Influenza A(H3N2) Activity and Antiviral Treatment
- 12-20-2017 Gonorrhea Update and EPT
- 12-13-2017 Antibiotic Resistant Infections
- 11-16-2017 Leptospirosis in Puppies from Puerto Rico
- 09-28-2017 Influenza Circulating in New Hampshire, 2017-2018
Additional NH Health Alerts can be viewed at https://www.dhhs.nh.gov/dphs/cdcs/alerts/han.htm