COVID testing is once again available at HCC. A mobile testing trailer, provided by Curative, will be located in M Lot on the HCC campus daily (Parking Map Below).
Booking is open now at cur.tv/hcc / Appointments preferred but not required.
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday – Sunday: 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
*PLEASE BRING A VALID GOVERNMENT ISSUED IDENTIFICATION AND YOUR INSURANCE CARD
To View Test Results for Curative, please visit:
For More Information About Where to Get Tested for COVID-19,
Public Health Affects Us All
The mission of the Holyoke Health Department is to enhance public health and safeguard the environment by assessing community needs and to provide prevention, protection, and educational resources to ensure the highest quality of life within the City of Holyoke.
The goal of this department is to improve the quality of life by encouraging healthy behaviors, promote wellness, educate, monitor, and to protect healthy environments in homes, schools, and workplaces.
Under State Statute, the Board of Health is responsible for permitting and inspecting businesses that provide services to the public that include:
Food Establishments Permitting and Inspections, and other Food Handling Issues such as:
- Bottled Water
- Food Complaints
- Frozen Dessert
- Mobile Food
- Retail Food
- Temporary Food
- Tanning Establishments
- Vacant Property
- Burial Permits
- Recreational Camps
- Manicuring Establishments
- Public Swimming Pools
- Ice Skating Rinks
Body Art Technicians & Establishments
Witnessing Title V Inspections
Plan Reviews for Septic Systems, Subdivisions, and Well Construction
Investigation of Foodborne & Waterborne Illness
Housing Inspections for Compliance