Health Department

Under the direction of the Randolph Board of Health, the mission of the Randolph Health Department is prevent disease and promote wellness in order to protect and improve the health and quality of life of its residents, visitors and work force. This charge is carried out by the implementation of community health disease prevention & surveillance programs, public health education outreach & empowerment programs, environmental health permit & code enforcement inspection activities and public health emergency planning efforts conducted locally and as a region.

Information about Ticks and Lyme Disease Prevention

COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Information, Click here.


JOIN THE MEDICAL RESERVE CORPS!  The SHAR-MRC serves Stoughton, Holbrook, Avon, and  Randolph. They use medical and non-medical staff to assist at emergency shelters (related to storms and power outages, etc.), public events, conduct public education on health and wellness and disaster preparedness, and yes, help out during public health emergencies such as coronavirus.

They do not have a minimum time commitment. You can volunteer as much or as little as you want. At this time, our training is done online to limit exposure to Coronavirus.  The time to register and get training is now! Send a text with your name to 781-885-4366 or send an email to


Staff Contacts

Name Title
Gerard F. Cody, R.E.H.S/R.S. Public Health Commissioner
Carol Cronin Principal Clerk
Peggy Montlouis, MBA Community Health & Wellness Educator
Ann Martin, RN/MSN Public Health Nurse