More than two-thirds of surveyed Ohio local health departments want public health accreditation in the next four years but fees are a barrier, according to an Ohio Public Health Association survey released in October.
What does LHD stand for?
LHD stands for Local Health Department
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We have 40 other meanings of LHD in our Acronym Attic
- Left Heart Disease (pulmonary hypertension)
- Left Hip Disarticulation
- Left-Handers Day
- Lexus Hybrid Drive (cars)
- Life, Health and Disability (insurance)
- Lightweight Helmet Development
- Linear Heat Detector
- Linear High Density
- Litterarum Humaniorum Doctor (Doctor of Human Letters)
- Load-Haul-Dump (underground mining vehicle)
- Low Harmonic Distortion
- Multipurpose Amphibious Assault Ship
- Lesotho Highlands Development Authority
- Lethbridge Highland Dance Association (Canada)
- Laser Heated Diamond Anvil Cell
- Les Histoires de Bernard (French: Stories of Bernard)
- Limburgse Honden Dressuur Bond (Dutch: Limburg Dogs Dressage Association; Limburg, Netherlands)
- Los Hijos De Bethsaida
- Land and Housing Development Corporation (Philippines)
- Lincoln Hills Development Corporation (est. 1965; Indiana)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Sources said the local health department set a target of providing polio-vaccines to 222,000 children aged up to five years, but due to negligence, incompetence of the appointed staff and ineffective monitoring arrangements, the goal could not be achieved.
Local health department staffing levels this fall are lower than they were in spring 2009, according to the National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO).
The district negotiated a solution with the developer involving deed restrictions and voluntary compliance with local health department regulations.
Representation from a state or local health department is also encouraged.
A local health department can initiate enforcement action to get a property owner to clean a site.
Call your local health department and suggest that they establish a pest management advisory board comprised of residents, entomologists and pesticide experts to develop a plan that mitigates, and if possible, eliminates the need for chemical sprays.