SEACOAST PUBLIC HEALTH REGION
The mission of the Seacoast Public Health Regional Coordinating Council (RCC) is to build and sustain a public health partnership to better serve our communities. We serve the seacoast area of New Hampshire to prepare for, respond to and recover from all public health emergencies in the region and to develop and maintain a trained corps of medical and non-medical community volunteers.
The RCC is comprised of local health officers, emergency management directors, first responders, schools, healthcare providers, social service providers and others in the community to coordinate public health emergency preparedness and response efforts.
There are 14 Public Health Regions in New Hampshire and each region has a Coordinating Council that is led by a Public Health Emergency Preparedness Coordinator.