LAS VEGAS – Due to the closure of its main facility as a result of an engineering report that found the main building lacks an internal support system, the health district has relocated services to its outlying public health centers.
Updated information on service availability is also available on the health district website at www.SNHD.info or by calling the health district’s information line (702) 759-INFO (4636).
Helpline information is available in English and Spanish. The health district has also created a new section of its website for one-stop building closure information.
The direct link is www.southernnevadahealthdistrict.org/building-closure.php
New service updates:
•Environmental Health Food Plan Review telephone numbers:
759-1259 or 759-1258 (for recorded information)
•Clients requesting immunization records should now fax requests to 868-2821.
The Southern Nevada Health District had to close its main facility until further notice pending structural problems associated with the building.
If you are wondering where to go to take care of certain services click on the link below. Click the link to read the Southern Nevada Health District closure update.
The Southern Nevada Health District
is one of the largest local public health organizations in the United States.
The health district serves more than 1.7 million residents, which is 70 percent of Nevada’s total population. Also, the district is responsible with safeguarding the public health of more than 37 million visitors to Las Vegas each year.
This mission of the health district is, “To protect and promote the health, the environment and the well-being of Clark County residents and visitors.”
For more information, visit the SNHD website