What is a public health region?

In 2014, the Town of Grafton had entered into an inter-municipal agreement with the City of Worcester to provide a wide range of public health services to the town. In doing so the Town of Grafton joined a number of central Massachusetts towns that had already been receiving public health services from the City of Worcester. As a result, the Town of Grafton receives services that include but are not limited to: epidemiological and public health nursing, environmental health, community health, and emergency preparedness services. The deliveries of services are provided through a sustainable, labor-efficient, and cost-effective model. To find out more information on public health regionalization, please visit our website.

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