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<br /> <br />-=::r <br />._-'~ <br />AdtJ- <br /> <br />JEFFERSON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT <br /> <br />HEALTH BOARD <br /> <br />Minutes: <br /> <br />January 16, 1985 <br /> <br />Board Members: <br /> <br />B.G. Brown, Chairman <br />John L. Pitts, Member <br />Larry W. Dennison, Member <br />Glen Isbn, Member <br /> <br />Staff Members: <br /> <br />Randall M. Durant, R.S. <br />Gretchen Gephart, D.O.N. <br />Joseph Fischnaller, M.D. <br />Gael Stuart, Administrator <br /> <br />Reorganization of the Board: It was moved by Commissioner <br />Pitts and seconded by Commissioner Dennison to have Commissioner B.G. <br />Brown continue as Chairman of the Health Board. A unanimous ballot was <br />cast as moved by Glen Ison and seconded by Commissioner Dennison. <br /> <br />Commissioner John Pitts will serve as Vice-chairman as approved by motion <br />of Commissioner Dennison and seconded by Chairman Brown. <br /> <br />Health <br />people <br /> <br />Nursing Director Report: 11,813 persons were served by the <br />Department Nursing Section in 1984, which is about 5,000 more <br />than documented in 1983, nretchen Gephart reported. <br /> <br />* <br /> <br />highlights of the <br /> <br />Participated in <br />a Health Fair. <br />In Service training at Wanda Cotton's Pre-School and Learning Play <br />Care Pre-School regarding the Body Machine. <br />Pfirticipated in the North Olympic Health Systems Agency report on <br />. the 1:'ole of Health Departments in primary care. <br />Participated in the Puget Sound Health Systems Agency State <br />Health Plan. <br /> <br />monthly report for December are as follows: <br />a Head Start Advisory Council Meeting regarding <br /> <br />The <br /> <br />* <br /> <br />* <br /> <br />. <br /> <br />* <br /> <br />Highlights of th", Annual Report of the Division of Nursing and Clinical <br />ServLces for 1984: <br /> <br />* Community Care Giver Programs: These programs were in keeping <br />with those recommended by the "Washington Health Choices" a State- <br />wide proj",ct,and included such topics as stress management, <br />osteoparesis prevention, understanding teenagers, and breast self- <br />examination. These programs are intended to enhance the quality <br />of health services rendered by caregivers to the community. <br /> <br />* Education Programs for Pre-schoolers and their parents: Specific <br />education on dental health, poison prevention, infection control, <br />body safety, and how to know when your child is ill, were presented <br />to 294 pre-schoolers and their parents. <br />