Putting health and wellbeing at the heart of everything we do....
Tackling alcohol harm is one of our top priorities in Plymouth
Preventing, identifying and removing ticks
A thriving city for our children’s health
In the aftermath of a major incident many people will be affected
How to contact Public Health
We work closely with the health service to make sure that we are providing the right kind of information, advice and support for people with dementia and their carers
Each year the Director of Public Health publishes a report on their chosen topic
Protect yourself and your children against the flu
About the Health and Wellbeing Board
The Public Health team works with other organisations in the city that provide the services
Increasing awareness of HIV, how it can be prevented and treated, and to make it as easy as possible for you to find the information you need to help you stay safe
If you are a Plymouth resident unable to get on the NHS waiting list for dental care and require dental attention, please see the following advice from NHS England
Focus on preventing ill health and promoting people’s independence through the provision of more joined up services in or closer to peoples’ homes
Public Health England campaign which aims to help you avoid future diseases caused by lifestyle choices
In Plymouth we have shared vision to become one of Europe’s most vibrant waterfront cities providing quality of life for everyone and to be the most physically active coastal city in England by 2034.
We can all help to reduce the spread of the virus
How Plymouth City Council collects and uses information
Plymouth City Council is urging local people to get their flu jabs
Steps to feeling well, which can really help put us more in control and help us to feel positive
Thrive Plymouth is led by the Office of the Director of Public Health, Plymouth City Council and is our 10-year plan to improve health and wellbeing and reduce health inequalities in the city
Advice on how to keep warm, reduce risks and stay well during the winter.