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The Florida Department of Health works to protect, promote & improve the health of all people in Florida through integrated state, county, & community efforts.

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Our Director

Florida Department of Health in Nassau County

Eugenia Ngo-Seidel, MD, MPH, Director

Eugenia Ngo-Seidel, MD, MPH

Dr. Ngo-Seidel is the County Health Department Director for the Florida Department of Health Nassau County with over 27 years experience in public health at the local level. She is a graduate of University of Florida (BS) and University of South Florida College of Medicine (MD), board certified in Family Medicine and a diplomate of the American Academy of Family Physicians. She obtained her Masters in Public Health from Loma Linda University and has participated in short term international medical mission trips . Her special interests include integration of population-based and preventive health with medical practice, improving access to care for underserved populations and clinical care innovation including telehealth, group visits and team care.

Message from our Director 

DOH-Nassau staff is key to the provision of essential public health services. Through their daily work, each staff member strives to meet their position and program specific goals as well as continually aligning with our overall public health mission. Each team member is a public health ambassador!

Currently, our local strategic plan has four priorities:

  • Population Health (Increasing school immunization rates, decreasing infant mortality, reducing chronic disease & health disparities, increasing breastfeeding rates)

  • Individual Health (increasing access to contraception, increasing HIV testing, linkage to care/decreasing viral load)

  • Health Protection (mitigating threats, increasing community resilience, strengthening epidemiology surveillance and linkage with community partners),

  • Organizational Excellence (Increasing staff training opportunities, promoting employee wellness, increasing IT network capacity, resources & support, market & provide PH role clarity to customers/stakeholders, promote cultural competency & health equity)

Additionally, through the Community Health Improvement Planning process, the Partnership for a Healthier Nassau has chosen the three priority areas of:

  • Access to Care

  • Substance Abuse & Behavioral Health

  • Transportation

Finally, our local Health Department also works to support the new FDOH State Health Improvement Plan priorities of

  1. Healthy Moms & Babies

  2. Long Healthy Life

  3. Readiness for Emerging Health Threats

  4. Effective Agency Processes

  5. Regulatory Efficiency.

Combining excellent customer service for both internal and external customers and a commitment to professional development, cross-training and teamwork, we strive to make a difference for individuals, families and our community as a whole.