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Community Health

Community health is a broad and vital measure that encompasses physical health, safety and security, mental health, and social connectivity. It interconnects and overlaps with a wide range of policy and programmatic portfolios in the City of Chattanooga, including community development and public safety. The Office of Community Health (OCH) is a new team that will be led by Dr. Mary Lambert, a proven leader in the public health sector who has served her country at the highest levels—both in and out of uniform. OCH will be responsible for advancing health equity in our community, reducing the racial disparities of health, economic, and community development, building lasting health-focused partnerships in our region, and increasing health literacy through community engagement. Additionally, OCH will house the City of Chattanooga’s violence prevention work and strategic planning.


Community Health
101 E. 11th Street (map)
Chattanooga, TN 37402
(423) 643-7800