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Meet our Staff

 

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 HSEEP

 Lanny Brown

 Manager

Email
979-864-1938(O)
979-235-0257(C)

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Sarah Littlejohn


Epidemiological

Investigator

Email
979-864-2168 (O)
979-215-4846 (C)

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 Jessica Forgy

Foodborne Illness

Investigator

Email
979-864-2154 (O)
979-215-1228 (C)

 

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Lynwood Patin

Response

Coordinator

Email
979-864-1925 (O)
979-215-9682 (C)

 

 

Vacant
Asset Coordinator
Email
979-864-2168

 

 

Offices Located at:

1524 E. Mulberry
Suite 185
Angleton TX

 

 


What We Do

Public-Health-468x310Disease Surveillance     

TheBrazoria County Epidemiology Program (Epi) conducts ongoing public health surveillance for over 80 diseases and conditions.

Local surveillance activities include communicable disease surveillance, monitoring emerging infections and the detection and investigation of disease outbreaks.

In 2018 the department has investigated and consulted with schools and nursing facilities on whooping cough (Pertussis) and flu outbreaks.  Protecting citizens is the top priority.

Flu Surveillance

The Brazoria County Surveillance Program conducts year-round influenza surveillance

 

Health Preparedness

and Response

Brazoria County Health Preparedness (PHEP) program is part of Brazoria County Health Department and coordinates planning and program development within the County. PHEP works with local and state officials, local partners, and private industry to develop workable solutions to protect the public health of Brazoria County residents from the impact of natural or man-made emergencies. It is PHEP's mission to improve county response capabilities through all hazards planning, disease surveillance and epidemiology, public information, and community development.