About the office
To provide public health services and foster collaborative actions that empower our community to improve its health and safety
To optimize the health and wellness of individuals and families through innovative practices
Proactive ~ Collaborative ~ Excellence ~ Compassionate
The Montgomery County Office of Public Health (OPH) was established as a result of a 1989 voter referendum. Following a brief period, the department was certified by the Pennsylvania Department of Health on September 1, 1991, and began to provide a full range of prevention-oriented public health services one month later. Learn more...
Board of Health
The Montgomery County Board of Health is a five-member board required to meet at least once every three months.
What is Public Health?
Public health professionals monitor health status in order to identify community health problems. We diagnose and investigate health problems and health hazards within the community. We also educate people about health issues. Learn more...
The OPH provides surveillance, control, and prevention of reportable diseases and conditions within Montgomery County. Learn more...
Public Health Code
On May 3, 2017, the Montgomery County Board of Health approved revisions to the Public Health Code. The revisions became effective June 3, 2017.
Through Act 315, the Pennsylvania Department of Health mandates that all county municipal health departments develop Annual Program Plans that outline the programs and services we provided. We are also required to report on our accomplishments from the previous year.