Serves Residents of Prince William County, and the Cities of Manassas and Manassas Park
(MANASSAS, Va.) — The Prince William Health District recently
introduced an updated visual identity, including a new logo, to support its
visibility within the community. The new branding campaign is designed to
promote the various and diverse services that the Prince William Health
District provides to those in the greater Prince William area.
Health Director Dr. Alison Ansher says, “We serve the residents of the
cities of Manassas and Manassas Park, as well as Prince William County.
Prince William Health District does so many things for our community, yet
many people either don’t know who we are or don’t understand what we do.
We’re hoping this new initiative will help everyone know that we are
available to all residents in the greater Prince William area.”
The Prince William Health District is one of 35 health districts in the state. It is part of the Virginia
Department of Health, headquartered in Richmond. It operates in cooperation with the jurisdictions of Prince
William County and the cities of Manassas and Manassas Park, and receives a portion of its operational
funding from them. The Prince William Health District embraces its vision of “A Community of Healthy People
and a Healthy Environment” and is dedicated to promoting optimum wellness, preventing illness, responding
to emergencies, and protecting the environment and health of its residents. Some of the services the Prince
William Health District provides include:
Services are provided at locations throughout the community. For more information about the Prince
William Health District, view the attached fact sheet or visit http://www.vdh.virginia.gov/LHD/PrinceWilliam.
You can also follow the Health District on Twitter @PrinceWilliamHD or on Facebook at
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What Does Public Health Look Like in the Prince William Health District?
Unlike clinical professionals, who focus primarily on treating individuals after they become sick or injured, as
public health professionals we try to prevent problems from happening or recurring by implementing
educational programs, recommending policies, administering services and conducting research. We work with
local, regional and national partners to limit health disparities and promote healthcare equity, quality and
For more information about the Prince William Health District, visit