Our mission is to protect public health, promote individual well-being & prevent diseases.
Township of Ewing
Public Health Officer
2 Jake Garzio Drive
Ewing, NJ 08628
p: (609) 883-2900 ext. 7691
f: (609) 883-0215
|Health Administrator||Corinne Matelski||x7619|
|Health Officer||Sharon McNellis-Kissel||x7619|
|Health Inspector||Carol Martin||x7695|
|Health Inspector Trainee||Arti Sahni||x7688|
|Deputy Registrar||Mary Mendola||x7692|
|Animal Control Officer||Rick Moore||x7175|
|Health Clerk||Anne Cheslock||x7691|
|Administrative Secretary||Tori Nance||x7693|
Essential activities the Department provides for the Community:
- Prevents epidemics and the spread of disease
- Protects against environmental hazards
- Prevents injuries
- Promotes and encourages healthy behaviors
- Responds to disasters and assists communities in recovery
- Assures the quality and accessibility of health services
The goal of the Health Department is to improve the health of the community by providing residents with Programs that includes:
The Health Department employs full-time licensed staff that includes: a Health Officer, Registered Environmental Health Specialist, Public Health Field Investigator, two Public Health Nurses, Registrar of Vital Statistics, an Animal Control Officer and a part-time Animal Control Officer. A Health Educator is on staff on a contractual basis.
Local Students’ Documentary Release Coincides With The Grand Opening Of Ewing’s New Animal Shelter
Give Me Shelter takes an inside look at the Ewing Animal Shelter and EASEL (Ewing Animal Shelter Extension League) in their efforts to find homes for man’s best friend. From the opening of a new shelter to adoption days, this documentary explores ways in which people can help. Join us in our efforts to provide these animals with better lives by giving back to local animal shelters.
Our thanks to TCNJ students Carolina Chica, Colin Beirne, Monica Blumenstein, Connor Kennedy and Joe Vasile. Congratulations on a job well done!