Environmental Health Service
Environmental Health Service is located in the Madigan Annex and can be reached by taking I-5 to Exit 122, the Madigan exit into JBLM. Continue on Jackson Avenue, turning left on S I St (across from the hospital tower), right on Wilson Avenue, left on Lincoln Avenue, left on McKinley Avenue, and left on East Johnson Street. The parking lot is to the left. Enter through Ramp 2 entrance and continue to Building 9911B. Look overhead down the hallway for the “Environmental Health Service” sign at our office entrance.
Environmental Health Service strives to enhance the health and readiness of our Joint Base Lewis-McChord community by providing comprehensive environmental health services that protect and sustain the environment for future generations. Environmental Health is the science and practice of preventing or mitigating adverse health effects through anticipation, recognition, evaluation, and control of health hazards identified within the environment.
We have a variety of programs to meet these objectives to include food service and general sanitation inspections; drinking water quality assurance monitoring; West Nile Virus and vector surveillance; medical treatment facility environmental compliance inspections; and training programs for food safety across the installation and hazardous material/waste disposal at the medical treatment facility.
Contact us to learn more about our course offerings or register for a class. Instructor-led training courses we offer include:
We offer an online food handler’s course which is valid only on Joint Base Lewis-McChord. To request enrollment in this course, please contact us and we will assist you.
- ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification (quarterly)
- Annual Food Safety 4-Hour Class (monthly)
- CYSS Environmental Health Food/Sanitation Class
- Environmental Coordinator Train-the-Trainer (Madigan employees only)