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Annual Meeting 2018

We’ll join the Florida Public Health Association for a joint annual meeting in the summer of 2018 in Orlando. Watch this site for more Information as available.

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Become a Member

Public Health Professionals, Students & Other Interested Members are Encouraged to become members!

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Support SHA

SHA is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization and contributions are tax deductible.

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North Carolina Public Health Association

President
Joshua Swift, MPH
Deputy Health Director
New Hanover County Health Department
2029 S. 17th Street
Wilmington, NC 28401
Phone: 919.798.6592

Executive Director
Lynette Rinevbark Tolson
North Carolina Public Health Association
3000 Industrial Drive, Suite 140
Raleigh, NC 27609
E-mail: ltolson@ncapha.com

2017 Annual Meeting
September 27-29, 2017, Asheville, NC

North Carolina Public Health Association

President’s Message

Outside my home state, people know me as Georgia from Kentucky, and I’m very proud of being a southern girl. I’m also very concerned with the poor health our citizens […]

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Membership

Membership Categories Individual Members – Members who are interested in the object of and who pay individual dues of $25.00 annually; $20.00 for first time new members Fellows Individuals who […]

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History of the Southern Health Association

The Southern Health Association (SHA) had its beginning as the Southern Branch of the American Public Health Association (APHA).  As quoted from “A History of Southern Branch, American Public Health […]

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Annual Meeting

We’ll join the Florida Public Health Association for a joint annual meeting in the summer of 2018 in Orlando. Watch this site for more Information as available.

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About Us

What is the Southern Health Association? The Southern Health Association is a regional organization representing approximately 6,000 persons throughout the southeastern states who are interested in public health. PURPOSE:To foster […]

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