WORTHINGTON — After 34 years, the Nobles-Rock Community Health Services board met for the final time Wednesday afternoon in Worthington, shoring up some final details as the two counties move toward their Dec. 31 split and dissolution of the joint powers agreement.
Fifty HRAs across state have already made similar transitions
WORTHINGTON — In recent months, Nobles-Rock Community Health Services health educator Paula Bloemendaal has worked closely with Worthington Housing and Redevelopment Authority (HRA) staff to develop a smoke-free policy for all HRA properties in Worthington.
WORTHINGTON — With just one more scheduled meeting of the Nobles-Rock Community Health Services board before the end of the year, many loose ends remain in the process to separate the joint public health department of Nobles and Rock counties.
LUVERNE — As Nobles-Rock Community Health Services (NRCHS) continues to move closer to an agency split at the end of this year, the tension among employees continues to increase as few answers are offered about the future of the agency in Nobles County.
WORTHINGTON — As state leaders continue their closed-door budget discussions, Nobles-Rock Community Health Services board members met Tuesday afternoon to discuss contingency plans in the event of a statewide government shutdown on July 1.
Sanitarian position, union petition discussed at meeting
WORTHINGTON — The absence of a registered sanitarian for Nobles-Rock Community Health Services led to considerable discussion at the agency’s board meeting on Wednesday.
WORTHINGTON — In conjunction with Radon Action Month, Nobles-Rock Community Health Services is offering free radon testing kits to homeowners while supplies last. The kits may be picked up at the NRCHS office, located on the third floor of the Nobles County Government Center in downtown Worthington.
WORTHINGTON — In his final meeting as Nobles-Rock Community Health Services administrator, Brad Meyer provided several letters of termination during the NRCHS board meeting Wednesday afternoon in Worthington. Among them was a contract between NRCHS and Sanford Health Visiting Nurses Association, with which the county had an agreement for administrative services for the past four years Meyer served the agency.
Brad Meyer will end his tenure on Dec. 22
WORTHINGTON — Four months after Nobles County commissioners began eyeing a potential public health department merger — a move that would result in the elimination of the agency’s director — Brad Meyer has submitted his resignation.
LUVERNE — One day after Nobles County Commissioners agreed to release Rock County from a joint powers agreement for shared public health services, commissioners from both counties had an open dialogue about the changes coming forth for Nobles-Rock Community Health Services.
LUVERNE — Nobles-Rock Community Health Services (NRCHS) will host a public hearing next month on proposed changes to its tobacco ordinance. The ordinance has not been updated since it was written in 1999.
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