Our registrars maintain vital record information pertaining to significant life events such as birth, death, marriage, and divorce. They ensure the accuracy and completeness of these records and make them available to authorized individuals or organizations upon request. They may also be responsible for issuing official certificates or other documents based on these records.
Our registrars may also be involved in managing public health initiatives and programs. For example, they may be responsible for maintaining records related to immunizations or disease outbreaks.
Overall, registrar services in a health department play a crucial role in maintaining accurate and complete vital records, promoting public health, and ensuring that individuals have access to important information related to their own health and wellbeing.