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Nursing Division

Homecare and Preventive Services

Niagara County Department of Health has been providing professional nursing services to Niagara County residents since 1965. The objectives of the nursing division are to promote an optimal level of health and wellness for the residents of Niagara County and to provide comprehensive services for the prevention of disease.

The Niagara County Department of Health has a Licensed Home Care Services Agency to support our preventive programs.

The Nursing Division offices are on the 3rd floor of the Trott Access Center, located at:

1001 – 11th Street

Niagara Falls, NY 14301-1201

Phone: (716) 278-1900 Fax: (716) 278-1936

Regular Office Hours are Monday through Friday 8am-4pm.  

After hours, holidays and weekends, call (716) 439-7430

The public health nursing staff continually strives to achieve and maintain a high level of wellness within Niagara County by providing the following preventive services:

  • Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (CDSMP) (716) 278-1900
  • Communicable Disease Surveillance (716) 278-8598
  • Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) (716) 278-1900
  • Diabetes Self-Management Program (DSMP) (716) 278-1900
  • Immunization Program and Clinics (by appointment only) (716) 278-1903
  • Lead Poisoning Prevention Program (716) 278-8212
  • Sexually Transmitted Disease Program and Clinics (716) 278-1900
  • Tuberculosis Control Program and Clinics (by appointment only) (716) 278-1900 

Page last updated 1/15/16




The Niagara County Department of Health Nursing Division is seeking a Nurse Practitioner with a specialty in Family or Women’s Health to contract for a position in the Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinic.  The clinic is located at 1001 Eleventh Street, Niagara Falls, NY 14301 and operates on Mondays and Thursdays from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The contracted Nurse Practitioner would perform physical exams and conduct testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections.


Contract requirements include providing proof of professional and general liability insurance, auto insurance and copies of nursing, nurse practitioner and DEA licenses. 

Nurse Practitioner will need to provide proof of medical exam, TST and immunization history as required by NYSDOH regulation for healthcare professionals.

Nurse Practitioner must also sign a collaborative practice agreement with the STD Clinic Medical Director. 


Interested candidates should contact Kathleen Cavagnaro, RN, BSN, Director of Nursing Services at (716) 278-1900 or by email at   Posted 2/15/17.

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