Terry Allan has served area residents for 24 years in the public health field with a background that includes direct program and administrative experience in Environmental Health, Epidemiology and Surveillance, and Community Health.
Cuyahoga County’s Health Commissioner since 2004, Mr. Allan earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Bowling Green State University and his Master of Public Health degree from the University of Hawaii.
An adjunct faculty member at Case Western Reserve University’s School of Medicine, he also co-chaired the Health and Caring Investment Committee for the United Way of Greater Cleveland from 2005-2007.
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Administration Services provides coordination for all agency functions including: fiscal management, grants, human resources, information technology, legal, policy, and program planning. The development of agency priorities, performance goals and strategic planning efforts in the areas of Environmental Public Health, Epidemiology, Surveillance and Informatics, and Prevention & Wellness are facilitated by the Organizational Development Unit.
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