Patient Care Services
Clinic Locations: The Health Department has 5 District Offices that are located throughout Fairfax County.
Community Health Care Network
The Fairfax County Community Health Care Network is a partnership of health professionals, physicians, hospitals and local government. It was formed to provide primary health services for low income, uninsured County residents who cannot afford primary medical care services for themselves and their families.
Disease Surveillance and Bioterrorism
Infant Development. Do you have concerns about your baby's development? Contact us, early intervention services can make a difference.
Residents with Special Needs
Special Needs Registry.The Special Needs Registry allows residents with medical needs and organizations assisting those with social needs an opportunity to provide information to Fairfax County so that agencies can communicate emergency preparedness, response and recovery resources to our vulnerable, at risk and hard-to-reach residents.
Saving Babies Initiative
Premature birth and infant death can happen in any family. Premature birth and congenital malformations are nearly always sited as the leading causes of infant death. For more information about saving babies go to the Healthy Women, Healthy Babies Web page.
Skindeep Tattoo Removal Program - The purpose of the Skindeep Tattoo Removal program is to remove gang related tattoos from area youth.
Speech and Hearing
Speech and Hearing programs in Fairfax County. Hearing tests and hearing aid evaluations provided for any age County resident. Speech-language screening, evaluations and therapy when appropriate.
Women, Infants and Children (WIC)
Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women Infants and Children