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Stoughton Board of Health
Sandra Gabriel, Health Agent
10 Pearl Street, 2nd Floor
781-341-1300, x9272

Kathleen Waldron, Assistant
781-341-1300, x9271

Denise Lochiatto, Board of Health Secretary
781-341-1300, x9273

FAX Number:  781-232-9323

Board of Health Members

Member
Expiration
Alex Forman     
June 30, 2017
Richard Parolin
June 30, 2016
Stephen Pozner
June 30, 2015
Andrew Tibbs
June 30, 2015
Steven Snyder
June 30, 2016


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ENTEROVIRUS (EV-68) INFORMATION Enterovirus (EV-D68) Enteroviruses are very common viruses, and there are more than 100 different types. They are estimated to cause about 10 to 15 million infections in the United States each year, and many people are hospitalized annually for illness Read More...


GET EMERGENCY INFORMATION ON YOUR CELLPHONE There are now two primary methods that citizens in Massachusetts can get emergency information on their cellphones, Ping4alerts! and Wireless Emergency Alerts. Both of these methods will provide timely and important information about emergencies and hazar Read More...


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Last Modified: Sep 18, 2013