Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County has launched a new design for its website to better serve the community. The public may visit the site at to enjoy the new features.

“As Public Health continues to expand its services, it was time for a refresh of the site,” said Brian Eatman, Website Designer, Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County. “The new mobile first design adds exciting new accessibility features and includes expanded local health information.”

A major consideration in the redesign process was the fact that most current visitors to Public Health’s website, access it via a mobile device.  “For many people their only access to the internet is through a smart phone,” said Dan Suffoletto, Public Information Manager, Public Health – Dayton & Montgomery County. “That is particularly true for lower income individuals who historically are at a greater risk of poor health outcomes due to, among other things, lack of resources.”

By redesigning the website to be mobile-friendly and making alternate language options more accessible, Public Health is taking a significant step to strengthen its outreach to more Montgomery County residents.

Some of the features of the new design include;

  • A mobile first design to ensure proper display on mobile devices
  • Contemporary design with improved graphic features
  • Improved page navigation
  • Refreshed program information to enhance understanding
  • Expanded content and features
  • Added accessibility features for individuals who are motor impaired, blind, color blind
    and dyslexic
  • Design cues and elements to reflect the diversity found in Public Health’s services,
    and in our community
  • Enhanced foreign language support features
  • Improved search function

During 2022 Public Health’s website,, generated over 139,000 users and over 397,000 page views.

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