Rockingham County Health and Human Services
Felissa Ferrell
Director of Health and Human Services
Felissa Ferrell
Director of Social Services
Susan Young, BSN,RN
Interim Health Director

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Environmental Health
Rockingham County Environmental Health 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information: 
Count on Me NC 

The Count On Me NC program is focused on providing the necessary knowledge and information needed to manage COVID-19 within businesses as restrictions are relaxed. These free courses provide a consistent approach based on state and national guidelines. The voluntary program is designed to incorporate the best available science in social and physical distancing, employee health and cleaning, sanitizing and disinfection and is presented in an easy format in both English and Spanish. Each of these short training sessions are under 30 minutes and delivered online in an engaging and interactive format. Participating businesses will be recognized on the website

Phase 3 Frequently Asked Questions (“FAQ”) for Executive Order No. 169

Symptom Screening Checklist For Food Service Establishments - Phase 2

NC DHHS Interim Guidance for Restaurants (July 21, 2020)

COVID-19 Guidance for Food Establishments

COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions for Food Service Establishments

NC DHHS COVID-19 Guidance

NC DHHS Cleaning and Disinfecting Solutions and Procedures to control COVID-19 in Schools, Child Care Centers, and other Community, Non-Healthcare Facilities

FREE ONLINE COURSES AND RESOURCES FOR RESTAURANT AND FOODSERVICE WORKERS  - Two free training videos that address COVID-19 precautions for takeout and delivery

StateFoodSafety has launched  A FREE ONLINE TRAINING COURSE to instruct charitable feeding and disaster relief volunteers in vital food safety principles. This is a 22-minute tutorial  that can be used to train volunteers on how to safely serve food in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID-19 Best Practices for Takeout or Curbside Pick-up 

COVID-19 in Food Service Employees - What to Do

Food Industry Recommended Protocols When Employee-Vistor-Customer Tests Positive for COVID-19


2019 Environmental Health Collage

Environmental Health News You Can Use:

Guidance documents on septic system emergency preparedness and response for disasters such as hurricanes, power outages, freezing temperatures and wildfires.


ServSafe Certified Food Protection Manager Courses & Exams 

Upcoming Classes:
  April 27-29, 2021 

ServSafe Certified Food Protection Manager Self-Study 

There's no need to sit through the class if you have the knowledge! A National Restaurant Association approved instructor/proctor administers your exam. Proctored exams are available at the times listed below in Rockingham County. The ServSafe exam consists of 90 questions. Testers must receive at least a 75 percent score or better to pass this test and obtain their Certified Food Protection Manager Certificate. All tests are graded by the NRAEF and take approximately 7-10 business days to process. 

Dates for upcoming Exams

 December 10, 2020 @ 8:30 AM
April 29, 2021


FREE ServSafe Food  Handler Course & Exam for Rockingham County Establishment Food Service Employees 

Upcoming Classes 
November 19, 2020
December 17, 2020

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