A Special Notice to Community Members

The Middle-Brook Regional Health Commission is now housed at the Green Brook Municipal Building at 111 Greenbrook Road, and continues to serve the five towns of Bound Brook, Green Brook, South Bound Brook, Warren and Watchung, providing residents and business owners with the same quality public health services as it has for the past 40 years. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns!



Serving the towns of Bound Brook, Green Brook, South Bound Brook, Warren and Watchung Phone: 732-968-5151

Dear Residents,

Welcome to the Middle-Brook Regional Health Commission's website! The Middle-Brook Regional Health Commission (MBRHC) is pleased to provide you with a variety of public health programs and services to help improve the health status of the communities we serve. The functions and responsibilities of public health agencies are often unclear to the general public.  We hope that this website will both help describe public health's essential services, as well as describe the many programs and services we provide. Many of our programs are coordinated in partnership with other public health organizations in the community and links are provided to each of those agencies. Please do not hesitate to contact our office with any questions or concerns. If we cannot assist, we will refer you to the appropriate organization.

Our Mission is to protect and improve the health of the public and the environment of the municipalities that form the Commission. This is achieved through the use of preventive services, health promotion and protection strategies and inspection and enforcement activities. The services, strategies and activities shall be conducted in an efficient, effective and conscientious manner.

The Commission is made up of five municipalities, each with it’s own Board of Health. Each Board meets several times a year, to discuss issues particularly relevant to its town. In addition, each Board appoints two members to serve on the Commission, where broader public health concerns affecting all five municipalities are addressed. The Boards of Health meeting schedule, agenda, minutes and budgets can be found here.

In addition to the more 'routine' public health services, we are also available   24/7 in the event of a local public health emergency. In such an event, we can be reached via your local Police Department at any time.

Thank you, and we look forward to serving you!

Kevin G. Sumner, MPH                                                                                                                          Health Officer/ Director

LOOKING FOR other help, resources or information? Visit NJ'sCommunity Resource Website by clicking the "2-1-1" logo to the right to search online or have a "Live Chat" with an experienced professional.








Schedule a free residential POOL SAFETY CHECK for your pool!

Pool Safety Tips for your Backyard Pool


MBRHC's 2012 Annual Report Now Available



MBRHC Completes its Strategic Plan


NJ Department of Health Posts Hurricane Sandy Resources


Check out these Topics on Public Health TV!

Watch past episodes of "Public Health Matters," MBRHC's monthly cable show!



So what is PUBLIC HEALTH, anyway?   Find out here!

A Healthier America Begins WITH YOU! Click here to see how!









ADOBE READER - FREE! Many of the documents on this site use the Adobe Acrobat File format (.PDF). Please download the reader -- FREE -- below if you require it.

MBRHC Logo Middlsex park lake Bound Brook park warrenbrook PH logo




We want your feedback
Health Services
Environmental Health
Education and Training
Emergency Preparedness
Contact information
Vital Statistics