Bethlehem Health Bureau
To provide high quality public health services that protect
and promote optimal health and well-being to assure Bethlehem
is a safe and health community.
For public health emergencies that occur when the Bethlehem Health Bureau is closed, including weekends and most holidays, please call the Bethlehem Police Department’s non-emergency phone number at 610-865-7187.
Runner's World Half Marathon
The Runner’s World Half Marathon & Festival will be held in Bethlehem from October 17th-19th, and they are looking for volunteers to assist with this! With hundreds of positions available, there is a spot for everyone; including teams, groups, or just friends and family. We are currently looking for volunteers to help in the following areas:
- Race Expo
- Course Marshalls/Bike Marshalls
- Water Stations
- Cheer Zones
- Kids Races
- Environmental Crew
All volunteers will receive community service hours for their time. Runner’s World will also provide all volunteers with special package including a virtual swag bag and gifts from our sponsors.
We encourage groups to volunteer with friends and family, if your group will have 30 or more volunteers please contact Gabrielle at email@example.com or call 212-488-6713 for more information. Small group and individual sign-ups are still greatly appreciated.
Volunteer spots are assigned on a first-come, first-serve basis, so sign up now!
Plan for Fiscal Years 2013-2015
The Bethlehem Health Bureau (BHB), officially
founded in 1980, ensures the health of the Bethlehem City
community by utilizing the three core functions of public
health: monitor health status to identify community health
problems, diagnose and investigate health problems and health
hazards in the community, and evaluate effectiveness, accessibility,
and quality of personal and population-based health services.
For 30 years, the Bethlehem Health Bureau
has strived to ensure the core functions of public health
for the City of Bethlehem. We continue to assess the needs
of and assure services to our community and educate the public
in the areas of:
Our strategies correspond with the goals established by Healthy
People 2020, a set of health objectives for the Nation (www.healthypeople.gov/About
We value our community partnerships, both individual and
group, and look forward to working with you to meet your needs.
We welcome your input and look forward to hearing from you
regarding our programs. If you require information beyond
what is offered here on our website, please feel free to call
us Monday through Friday, from 8:00am-4:30pm at (610) 865-7087.