Public Law 1991, Chapter 401 permanently establishing the Office of Minority Health (OMMH) in the Office of the Commissioner of the Department of Health was signed into law in January of 1992. The Law also provided for the establishment of a New Jersey Office of Minority and Multicultural Health Advisory Commission.
The Commission has a capacity for 9 members, currently the meetings are on hold until further notice. However, the commission will meet to:
- Review and make recommendations to the NJ OMMH on any rules, regulations and policies proposed by the OMMH,
- Advise the OMMH on the awarding of grants and the development of programs and services required under P.L. 1991. And advise on the needs, priorities, programs and policies related to minorities in New Jersey.
- Provide other assistance to the Executive Director of OMMH as requested.
|Denise Rodgers, M.D.
Chief of Staff,
Health Care Fac.
|Ruppert A. Hawes, M.D.
Health Care Prof.
Mary E. O' Dowd, M.P.H.
Department of Health
Carolyn Daniels, DHSc
Office of Minority and Multicultural Health
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