Hard to believe its been 20 episodes. This week Scott and Ilene travel to Skokie Village Hall where we meet with Dr. Catherine Counard.
Dr. Counard covers all the really exceptional programs the Village offers and the collaborative way the Health Department works.
In 2017 Dr. Counard and her team created the Community Health Plan that is a five-year strategy for a healthier Skokie. Learn the details of this and more in this week’s podcast.
1. The CDC MMWR article recognizing the 2009 Skokie H1N1 Pandemic Vaccination Campaign. Figure 2 shows the wide distribution of where people lived who came to Skokie to be vaccinated. https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/mm5929a3.htm
2. The Skokie Health Department Main Page on the Village website. Links can be found here to the materials Dr. Counard mentioned, including the 2017 Skokie Community Health Plan and the health, dental and vision referral forms: http://www.skokie.org/HDMain.cfm
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The “It’s Skokie” podcast has no affiliations with any governing bodies. We really just do this because we love Skokie and hope that by listening you will learn some of the reasons that we love Skokie. The goal is to educate and entertain and be very unscripted. No edits.
Ilene Collins is a Life Coach. You can learn more about her business here.
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Mark Colllins wears mock turtlenecks, is an actor AND Niles Township Trustee. He is also the guy that says “Booyah” on your TV and at the end of most podcasts.