Disease Management

PLEASE NOTE: The Department of Public Health has returned to its 1650 Boone's Lick Road office and is now open for limited appointments and public services. For information on programs, please call 636-949-7400.

Those interested in visiting St. Charles County County buildings who are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms or who have a known exposure to someone diagnosed with COVID-19 within the past 14 days should remain at home. The public is strongly encouraged to continue accessing County Government services by phone, email and online when available. 

  1. View a comprehensive list of online services.
  2. For more information about COVID-19, visit the St. Charles County Department of Public Health page or call the Information Hotline at 636-949-1899. 

We hope that you will remain healthy and safe, and we thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

Healthy behaviors, access to medical care and the environmental surroundings have a direct influence on a population's health. As a community, St. Charles County places an emphasis on being healthy. Residents, businesses and community leaders make health a priority and seek opportunities to overcome health dangers. Independent surveys and community-wide statistical data routinely recognize the wellness within St. Charles County's population — citing health factors, economic strength, educational attainment and an extensive support network.

Monitoring health threats, reducing chronic diseases and investigating incidences of communicable diseases have an impact on our well-being. By doing this tracking, our regional health network can better identify those at increased health risk, assess the causes of health inequities and recommend proactive measures to decrease the burden of disease or injury.

There are two main areas of concern within this discipline:

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