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  • 30 Jan 2020

    Free “Love Yourself Healthy” Event To Be Offered in Pocatello

    POCATELLO, IDAHO – Celebrate the month of February by “loving yourself healthy.” Learn to love yourself enough to do ALL that you can to maintain a healthy lifestyle - a lifestyle that encompasses more than healthy food choices and physical activity options - a lifestyle that makes time for yourself by getting necessary health screenings at the appropriate times.    Read More


    30 Jan 2020

    WHAT IS DINING WITH DIABETES?

    Dining with Diabetes is a cooking school and nutrition education program designed for people with diabetes and their family members or caregivers.    Read More


  • 10 Feb 2020

    Southeastern Idaho Public Health To Offer Free Tobacco Cessation Program

    A FREE four-week Fresh Start Tobacco Cessation program will be offered to Pocatello community members in March 2020. Classes will be taught on Wednesday beginning on March 4th and consecutively taught through Wednesday March 25th. The program will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Southeastern Idaho Public Health located at 1901 Alvin Ricken Drive in Pocatello.    Read More


    13 Feb 2020

    Families Talking Together to be held at Southeastern Idaho Public Health

    The FTT class is free, and will take place on Wednesday, March 11 at 5:30 p.m. at Southeastern Idaho Public Health, 1901 Alvin Ricken Drive, Pocatello. Those wishing to attend must RSVP by Monday, March 9. Space is limited. Please reserve your seat by calling Ashley Denney at 208-478-6315 and leaving a message.    Read More


  • 12 Mar 2020

    “THAT” 5k Fun Run Kicks Off National Public Health Week

    Southeastern Idaho Public Health will kick-off National Public Health Week with a 5k Fun Run/Walk titled “THAT”. “THAT” 5k Fun Run/Walk stands for Taking Healthy Actions Today! The fun run will be held Saturday, April 4, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. at Southeastern Idaho Public Health located at 1901 Alvin Ricken Drive, Pocatello. Cost is $22 for an individual and $20 per person for group registration. “THAT” Fun Run is a fun and healthy way to get National Public Health week started. Participants will get a t-shirt and entered into a drawing for raffle prizes. Thanks a Brunch Food truck will be onsite selling food to participants and their families. To register for “THAT” Fun Run, visit at www.siphidaho.org . Register by March 24th to receive a t-shirt. For more information, contact Dana Solomon at Southeastern Idaho Public Health at (208)239-5256.    Read More


    13 Mar 2020

    Interim Guidance for Mass Gatherings and Public Events in Idaho

    Idaho Department of Health and Welfare and the seven local Public Health Districts have developed guidance for event and venue managers to assist with decisions regarding mass gatherings and public events during the COVID-19 pandemic.    Read More


    13 Mar 2020

    Southeastern Idaho Public Health launches hotline for questions about COVID-19

    With the first case of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) identified in Idaho, and with the spread continuing to increase throughout the world and in the United States, Southeastern Idaho Public Health (SIPH) is monitoring and preparing for a case in southeast Idaho by working closely with local healthcare professionals and Emergency Managers.    Read More


    14 Mar 2020

    Health Officials Continue to Monitor COVID-19

    SOUTHEAST IDAHO- Southeastern Idaho Public Health (SIPH) has opened an information hotline for concerns about COVID-19, the novel coronavirus spreading across parts of the United States and world. At this time, no one in Idaho has tested positive for COVID-19.    Read More


    16 Mar 2020

    Public Health launches hotline for questions about COVID-19

    SOUTHEAST IDAHO- Southeastern Idaho Public Health (SIPH) has opened an information hotline for concerns about COVID-19, the novel coronavirus spreading across parts of the United States and world.    Read More


    17 Mar 2020

    Our blood supply is at risk.

    Across the nation, including in Idaho and Montana, we are collecting substantially less blood than expected. As schools, universities and businesses close, critical blood drives are being cancelled. Additionally, individuals may be less likely to donate blood out of fear of going out in public, or worries that blood donation could place them at risk for COVID19. This has resulted in a dramatic and unprecedented drop in the blood supply!    Read More