North Central District Health Department
North Central District Health Department
"Caring for our communities"
Welcome to the North Central District webpage!

The North Central District Health Department leadership has redesigned and streamlined the district's mission and vision to incorporate a more population-based healthcare approach and better fit the direction of Kentucky’s new Public Health Transformation model.


The district’s new mission – Provide innovative, diverse and inclusive population-based public health as a leader through education, disease prevention, regulation adherence and communicable disease control – defines its purpose as it moves forward.

The mission statement describes the North Central District’s fundamental purpose and will help shape every decision we make. And it will help guide us as we strive to meet our vision – Optimal health for the communities of the North Central District – Henry, Shelby, Spencer and Trimble counties.”


Using the guiding principles of the mission statement, the North Central District will display its values:

- Collaboration in our communities.

- Accountability in Public Health.

- Respect in the workplace.

- Equity and inclusion in all we do.

- Service to others with integrity and compassion.

Following these values will help the community see how much the North Central District CARES for the population it’s here to serve.


Sincerely,


Ms. Roanya Rice, MBA, BSN, RN

Public Health Director



Mission

Provide innovative, diverse and inclusive population-based public health as a leader through education, disease prevention, regulation adherence and communicable disease control.


Vision

Optimal health for the communities of the North Central District – Henry, Shelby, Spencer and Trimble counties.


Values

Collaboration in our communities.

Accountabilityin Public Health.

Respectin the workplace.

Equityand inclusion in all we do. 

Serviceto others with integrity and compassion.

Because the North Central District Health Department CARES.


4 Pillars

 Infectious Disease - Prevent and control the spread of infectious disease.

Preparedness- Provide education, direction, support and coordination in preventing, preparing for and responding to events that threaten the public's health.

Health Equity and Access- Value everyone equally, address health inequalities and disparities, and support access to preventative healthcare for all to achieve the best possible outcomes.

Environmental Health- Assess and monitor environmental factors that potentially impact public health.





Our Mission

Caring for our communities by protecting the public's health by ensuring adherence to regulations promoting and providing quality preventative health care and educating the public.