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Morris Regional Public Health Partnership (NJ)


Partner LHDs: Denville Division of Health, Randolph Township Health Department, and Rockaway Township Health Department

Combined Full-Time Equivalents (FTEs): 30

Combined Population Served: 64,000

Project Overview: The Morris Regional Public Health Partnership, Inc. consists of the Denville Township, Randolph Township, and Rockaway Township Health Departments, which are three municipal health departments in Northern New Jersey serving a combined population of 64,000. The partnership created a formal Memorandum of Agreement (MOA), which specified that the three health departments would participate in a collaborative planning process to implement improvements to health education programs.

Denville Township Health Department Case Example
Randolph Township Health Department Case Example
Rockaway Township Health Department Case Example
Morris Regional Public Health Partnership Appendices