Public Health Laboratory 

Protecting Arkansans through quality laboratory science, leadership, and innovation

Public Health LaboratoryFounded in 1913, the Public Health Laboratory at the Arkansas Department of Health serves the state of Arkansas by providing analytical services, education, and leadership in public health practice. The Public Health Laboratory provides testing for safe food and drinking water, detects inherited genetic disorders in newborns, and helps safeguard Arkansans of all ages against infectious diseases such as sexually transmitted diseases, tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS, rabies, and West Nile virus, as well as chemical and biological agents of terrorism.

 

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Public Health Lab201 S. Monroe Street
Little Rock, AR 72205
501-661-2220501-661-2310