The purpose and goal of the Wichita Falls-Wichita County Public Health District are to monitor, protect, and improve the health status of the citizens of Wichita Falls and Wichita County through the services provided by the following divisions of the Health District: 

  • Administration 
  • Animal Services
  • General Environmental
  • Laboratory
  • Health and Wellness- Preventative Health and Communicable Disease
  • Public Health Emergency Preparedness
  • Vital Statistics
  • WIC

 The geographical area served is primarily and specifically Wichita Falls and Wichita County. Some services are available without regard to the place of residence. Refer to service descriptions for residency requirements. 


The Wichita Falls-Wichita County Public Health District operates under the direction of Director of Health, Amy Fagan.
 Dr. McBroom, MD, serves as the local Health Authority and Director for Clinical Programs. 
 The Health District also has an advisory Board of Health composed of 7 voting and 4 non-voting members.

 Voting members include a licensed and practicing Veterinarian, a Registered Nurse, two citizens at large, and a Texas Restaurant or Grocer's Association member. Non-voting members include Wichita County Judge (Judge Woody Gossom), the City Manager of Wichita Falls (Mr. Darron Leiker), the Director of Health (Ms. Fagan), the Health Authority and Directory of Clinical Programs (Dr. McBroom). 
 The Administrative Division of the Health District is responsible for the oversight of the six major divisions of the district.

It is in the Administrative Division that personnel actions, budgeting, and the Health District's day-to-day administration occur. Personnel activities, timekeeping, purchasing, and supply requisition also take place within this division. The Front Reception Desk area, the Billing Clerk area, the Vital Statistics Section, and Public Health Emergency Preparedness Program are under the direct supervision of the Administrative Division. These areas are where most visitors make their first contact with the Health District and help direct visitors and patients to the services they seek. Current staffing at the Wichita Falls-Wichita County Public Health District is approximately 101 personnel, with additional seasonal staff for the seasonal demands of some programs.