Division of Public Health

Mission Statement

To preserve, promote, and improve the health and well-being of populations, communities, and individuals through prevention, education, surveillance, treatment and regulation.”

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NORTHERN REGIONAL COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER
520 Santa Monica Avenue, Dededo, Guam 96929
(671) 635-7 400 I (671) 635-4410
Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 6 PM I Saturday, 8 AM – 5 PM

SOUTHERN REGIONAL COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER
162 Apman Drive, lnarajan, Guam 96917
(671) 828-7516 I (671) 828-7517
Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 6 PM I Saturday, 8 AM – 5 PM

MEDICAL TRIAGE HOTLINE
(671) 480-7859 I (671) 480-6760 I (671) 480-6763 (671) 480-7883 I (671) 687-6170 (ADA Line)
Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM

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Inside the Division of Public Health

Chief Public Health Office

The Office of the Chief Public Health Officer coordinates the activities of different sections and bureaus in order to maximize limited resources, both federal and local, and to meet the approximately seventy-two mandates of the division. Activities implemented have affected our island and have also regional implications as well.

The Dental Program provides basic educational, preventive and treatment services to the children of Guam below the age of 17 years and provides emergency dental care to adults 55 years or older for the relief of pain and/or infection.

The Health Professional Licensing Office (HPLO) oversees and supports the planning and implementing of all Health Professional Licensing Boards’ Guam mandates.

The Office of Epidemiology and Research is responsible for surveillance, prevention and control of disease and promoting health throughout Guam.

The Office of Vital Statistics is mandated by law to register, certify and maintain records of vital events that occur on Guam.  It is also mandated by law to process and issue marriage licenses.
Address: Rancare Commercial Building CBU Box 7
761 S. Marine Corp Drive Tamuning, GU  96913 (Across Golden Marketing Office Supplies)
Office Hours: Monday to Friday, except holidays Marriage Licenses: 8:00 -11:00 am, 1:00 – 2:00 pm All Others: 8:00 -12:00 pm, 1:00 – 3:30 pm
Phone Numbers: 671-300-9263, 671-300-9264, 671-300-9265, or 671-300-9270
Fees: Birth Certificate = $5.00
Death Certificate = $5.00
Marriage Certificate = $10.00
Regular Marriage License (5 day waiting period) = $30.00
Expedited Marriage License (same day) = $30.00 + $50.00 = $80.00
Affidavit of Paternity = $10.00

To request for a new death certificate, walk-in.
To request for an existing birth certificate, death certificate or marriage certificate, mail request to the address above or go to Rancare and place inside the drop box provided. 
Need to provide name and date on document, a self-addressed stamped envelope and proper payment (local check, cashier’s check or money order addressed to “Treasurer of Guam”). For more information, please contact Maria Quinata at maria.quinata@dphss.guamdev.com.

The section administers federal grants such as the Diabetes Prevention and Control Program, the Tobacco Prevention and Control Program and the Tobacco Quitline, the Sexual Violence and Prevention Program, the Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program, the Comprehensive Cancer Control Program, the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, and the Non-Communicable Disease Control Program.

The section also provides support services to mandated programs such as the Office of Minority Health; Maternal and Child Health (MCH); the STD/HIV Prevention Program; Guam Comprehensive Hemophilia Care Program; and Family Planning Program.

Bureau of Communicable Disease Control prepares, prevents, responds and controls the spread of diseases of public health concern in Guam through surveillance, disease reporting and investigation in collaboration with health care providers and key responders for a healthier island community.

Bureau of Family Health and Nursing Services is to provide community health nursing services by synthesizing nursing practice and public health practices.

Bureau of Nutrition Services strives to improve health and well-being through nutrition education, promotion of physical activity, and engaging with partners to develop policies and environmental changes which reduce hunger, increase breastfeeding, and decrease obesity and its associated chronic diseases throughout Guam.

The Bureau of Primary Care Services aims to reduce health disparities by providing comprehensive primary health care to the underserved, indigent, and uninsured populations who are most in need of assistance and least able to find it.

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