MCRHC No. 1 Staff
Health Officer David A. Henry, MPH 732-493-9520
MONMOUTH COUNTY REGIONAL HEALTH COMMISSION STAFF
The Monmouth County Regional Health Commission (MCRHC) staff is made up of Registered Environmental Health Specialists (REHS), a public health nurse, and administrative staff. The Health Officer recommends local public health policies, and plans, develops, coordinates and directs the work program of the Monmouth County Regional Health Commission. He serves as Chief Executive Officer of the MCRHC and directs the enforcement of public health within this jurisdiction.
Registered Environmental Health Specialist staff are responsible for the food sanitation program, investigation of environmental concerns, inspections of wells and septic systems, investigation of lead poisoning cases, inspections of pools, and immunization audits of school and daycare locations in the towns we serve.
We are also responsible for reportable communicable disease as well as vectorborne (ex. West Nile virus) disease reporting and investigation of outbreaks in the towns we serve. We work closely with area hospitals and other healthcare facilities on disease reporting issues.
Our public health nurse or VNA of Central Jersey nurses are responsible for provision of nursing services to our municipalities.
Monmouth County Regional Health Commission No. 1 Staff
David A. Henry, Health Officer
Gail Krzyzczuk, Chief Financial Officer
Nursing/Disease Surveillance and Investigation:
Please Contact: Belvin Reed, RN, BSN, PHN
Ashley Lafferty, Communicable Disease Case Investigator
Registered Environmental Health Specialists:
Dominick Astino, Senior REHS, Allenhurst, Brielle, Deal, Interlaken, Loch Arbour,Ocean Township, Tinton Falls, Spring Lake
Gregory Hawriluk, REHS, Fair Haven, Little Silver, Monmouth Beach, Monmouth University, Rumson
Sea Bright, Sea Girt, Spring Lake Heights, West Long Branch
Marita Kresge, Office Coordinator, Commission Secretary, Website
Kristopher Kirkland, Payroll Clerk, Human Resources, OPRA Custodian