Welcome to Mid Bergen Regional Health Commission
705 Kinderkamack Road,
River Edge, New Jersey 07661
Phone: 201-599-6290 Fax: 201-599-6325
Sam Yanovich – Health Officer
Information for Parents about Diseases and the Vaccines that Prevent Them
The best way to protect against measles is to get the measles-mumps-rubella shot (called the MMR shot).
Doctors recommend that all children get the MMR shot.
The Mid-Bergen Regional Health Updates
Educate yourself and your family on the proper precaution against this virus by covering coughs and sneezes, washing your hands, staying home if you’re sick and by getting an annual flu shot for people who are 6 months or older.
Outbreaks of Hepatitis
use drugs and people experiencing homelessness
The Community Health Improvement Partnership of Bergen County (CHIP) offers its Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) Implementation Strategy for 2017-2019.
In case of emergency
Always remember the 3 D’s of protection from mosquitoes:
1:Drain 2:Defend 3:Dress
Tick Born Diseases
Which bats enter my home?
Bats are plentiful in New Jersey and play an active role in the control of nuisance insects.
Lead in Water
Our Professional Staff
Health Officer –Sam Yanovich, MPH, MA, BS
Registered Environmental Health Specialists
- Eric Cuperwich: BS
- Ruby Parra: BS
- Jin Bae: BS
- Martha Sobanko: BS
- Halina Dabrowska: BS
- Michelle Netusil: BS
- Sue Barker: BS
Mid Bergen Regional Health Commission was founded in 1978 as a governmental entity in order to provide an array of Public Health services to communities in Bergen County. The founding member towns of Bogota, Englewood Cliffs, Leonia, New Milford, and River Edge, formed the Commission as a means to save taxpayer dollars through shared services. Since then, we have expanded, and currently serve a total of fifteen jurisdictions.