Public Health Region 9/10 Border Public Health
401 E. Franklin Ave, Ste. 210
El Paso, TX 79901
The Office of Border Public Health (OBPH) is dedicated to environmental, epidemiological, and educational projects specific to the Texas and Mexico border with the goal of fostering a safe and healthy environment and living practices. The OBPH maintains partnerships along the Paso del Norte region to function cooperatively with agencies that serve bi-national populations. The OBPH in region 9/10 attempts to meet the health needs of bi-national communities along the Texas-Mexico border region.
- Provide consultative and technical assistance to providers, public health experts, and residences
- Establish a network of communication with community/migrant health centers and the community
- Coordinate with local, state, and federal agencies to encourage a consolidated and effective approach to public health programs
- Monitor diseases, conditions, and environmental hazards and prepare periodic reports of these data
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Border Infectious Disease Surveillance (BIDS)
The Border Infectious Disease Surveillance program serves to enhance and improve infectious disease surveillance and reporting of bi-national concerns along the US-Mexico border region.
Paso del Norte Border Influenza Surveillance Network Reports
2020-2021 Influenza Season
2019-2020 Influenza Season
2018-2019 Influenza Season
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DSHS Office of Border Public Health