Welcome Becky


In the beginning of July the Clark County Health Department welcomed Becky Kissick Hake as Public Health Director. Prior to joining the Health Department, Becky served as the Administrative Manager for the Education and Workforce Development branch of the Department for Public Health (DPH).

Previously, Becky served in a series of progressive roles with the statewide non-profit organization, Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky. In these roles, she helped to establish and grow statewide collaborations and the development of prevention networks through targeted outreach, marketing and social media campaigns.

Becky holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio and a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Kentucky.

Please join us in welcoming Becky to our community.  We are fortune to have her as our new Public Health Director in Clark County.

Community Calendar

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Volunteer for Medical Reserve Corps

Do you want to volunteer and be of service to your community during times of need or disaster? Consider applying to volunteer with the Medical Reserve Corps. The Clark County Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is a part of the Clark County Health Department. MRC volunteers are properly trained to help out during emergencies, disasters, and public health practice initiatives.