Indianapolis (Marion County)
Marion County Public Health is home to Indianapolis, the capitol city of Indiana.
The agency works to address the root causes of health in the area. They work with community partners to execute focused policy efforts in the areas of food security, violence prevention, and disease prevention.
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Virginia A. Caine, MD
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