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We're here to help. Contact us to ask a question, report a problem or suggest an idea. We respond to all inquiries and information requests as soon as possible.

Email the Department of Health or call 800-464-4343 | 802-863-7200 | Fax: 802-865-7754 | TTY/TDD: Dial 711 first

Email the Department of Health

Email a Specific Program or Office

You can reach several of our programs and offices directly to ask a question, request help and information, or to file a concern.

Select a program. A staff person will respond to you as soon as possible.

Program Contact For
Board of Medical Practice Physician licensing, File a Complaint, Profiles
Blue-Green Algae/Cyanobacteria Inquiries or to report an algae bloom 
Communication Office Media inquiries or call 802-863-7182
Emergency Medical Services (EMS Contact our EMS program
Food and Lodging Program Licensing, questions or complaints about food service facilities, bars, and hotels, motels, etc.
Health Insurance Vermont Health Connect
Immunization Registry Records questions only. Not for general immunization or vaccine issues
Local Health Office Find contact information for your local health office
Medical Examiner's Office The medical examiner is responsible for death investigations. Autopsy reports are released to next of kin. For death certificates, contact Vital Records
Radon Email or call 1-800-439-8550 for a test kit and information
Smoking and Tobacco Email or call 802-863-7330. Quit smoking & other resources. Complaints and information about workplace or public smoking.
For bar, restaurant or hotel/motel issues, contact Food & Lodging
Town Health Officer Find contact information by town or name of health officer
Vital Records Birth, Death, Marriage, Civil Union records


File a Public Records Request

To file a records request or for more information, go to Public Records and Public Information

Vital Records – If you are looking for birth, death, marriage/civil union or divorce/dissolution records, go to Vital Records & Population Data

The Health Department's Records Officer is Charon Goldwyn, Chief of Operations.

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If you are in immediate danger, dial or text 911. Here are other ways to get help now.

We manage our public records in accordance with the Vermont Public Records Act. Here's how to make a request for data, public records, or other public information.