Health News & Upcoming Events

  1. Upcoming Events

Bergen County Executive, James J. Tedesco, III and the Bergen County Board of Commissioners cordially invite you to:

Taking Charge of Your Health: An HPV Awareness Event - Wednesday, Jan. 24th 4:00 - 6:00 pm

Bergen Community College
Health Professions Building #17
Room HP-302
Parking Lot B

Register Here

Be sure to stop by our table for important information & resources! 

2024 Free Rabies Clinic

Cats & Dogs Welcome! - Saturday, Feb. 17th 11 am - 1 pm [rain date: Feb. 24th]

Englewood Health Department
73 S. Van Brunt St

Vaccinations only, no licensing at this time

Please see the flyer for additional details.
English Flyer
Spanish Flyer

  1. Current News

Overall respiratory illness activity in New Jersey is currently high. You can check the recent Flu, RSV, and COVID-19 Illness trends in your County and State using following link and take recommended actions to protect yourself and others: 

JN.1 Omicron subvariant: Questions patients may have. Read more here.

World AIDS Day 2023 - December 1st

For #WorldAIDSDay this year, the Englewood Health Department has teamed up with The Shirvan Family Live Well Center & Women's Rights Information Center to provide information and free HIV testing to our community in two separate locations through Team Management 2000 & Buddies of NJ.



City of Englewood, NJ Recognizes November as Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month

  • More than 90% of pancreatic cancer cases are pancreatic adenocarcinoma (PDAC). These tumors develop in the exocrine tissue of the pancreas, which makes digestive enzymes. 
  • The less common pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors (NETs), develop in hormone-producing endocrine cells, or islet cells. Neuroendocrine tumors often have a better prognosis and younger median age of diagnosis. 
  • Pancreatic cancer has the highest mortality rate of all major cancers. It is currently the 3rd leading cause of cancer-related death in the United States after lung and colon. 
  • In 2023 an estimated 64,050 Americans will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in the U.S., and more than 50,550 will die from the disease. 
  • For all stages combined, the 5-year relative survival rate is 12%

Learn more here.

Source: American Cancer Society

Congenital Syphilis 

Recently, there has been a sharp increase in the number of babies born with syphilis in the United States. Protect your baby from congenital syphilis by getting tested for syphilis during your pregnancy. Learn more: