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Bert Eichold

Chief Health Officer

Mobile County Public Schools

HQ Phone:  (251) 221-4000

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Mobile County Public Schools

1 Magnum Pass

Mobile, Alabama,36618

United States

Company Description

The Mobile County Health Department provides a countywide, comprehensive program that includes mosquito surveillance, disease surveillance, public health education, larviciding (killing the immature mosquitoes), and adulticiding (killing the adult mosquitoes) ... more

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*Bert Eichold, MD, Mobile County Health Dept


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Mobile County's chief health officer, Dr. Bert Eichold, has testified that coal dust is a health hazard and fugitive emissions should be contained.
So, what is happening?


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However, Dr. Bert Eichold with the Mobile County Health Department said spice is not a reportable disease by the Alabama Department of Public Health, meaning hospitals do not have an obligation to report every case.
Eichold said Mobile's large number of spice cases could be because the city is a maritime port, and there's usually an increase in activity with contraband around most ports. He also believes Mobile hospitals are efficient with reporting spice cases. "We have better recording from our hospitals and emergency room departments related to the number of cases we actually have," Eichold said.


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Bert Eichold
Mobile County Health Department


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