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Hello! My name is Keivin Swanson, and I am the Public Health Program Manager for the Community and Clinical Health Bridge Program. I’ve been with the Health District since 2015. I was born and raised in Palestine, Texas where I played sports from the age of 6. After receiving a football scholarship to attend Midwestern State University, I was fortunate to be a part of 3 championship teams. I now hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology. I served in the 2nd Battalion 142nd Infantry for the Texas Army National Guard for 8 years. I like music, working out, and having a good time. I have a lot of family back home and a young growing family here in Wichita Falls. My family and close friends mean the most to me. I’ve always wanted to help people in some form or fashion, and I must say: I am honored to work in Public Health. #livewellwichitacounty #HappyEmployeeAppreciationDay #WFWCPHD ...

Hello! My name is Keivin Swanson, and I am the Public Health Program Manager for the Community and Clinical Health Bridge Program. I’ve been with the Health District since 2015. I was born and raised in Palestine, Texas where I played sports from the age of 6. After receiving a football scholarship to attend Midwestern State University, I was fortunate to be a part of 3 championship teams. I now hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology. I served in the 2nd Battalion 142nd Infantry for the Texas Army National Guard for 8 years. I like music, working out, and having a good time. I have a lot of family back home and a young growing family here in Wichita Falls. My family and close friends mean the most to me. I’ve always wanted to help people in some form or fashion, and I must say: I am honored to work in Public Health. #livewellwichitacounty #HappyEmployeeAppreciationDay #WFWCPHD

 

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Congrats classmate i always knew you would be great and successful 🌟

My brother in law is the best!!!! 🤗

Keivin is one of my fave coworker! He’s smart and so much fun to work with!

Keivin rocks! Awesome to learn more about you!

Keivin is the best!

Congrats!

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Congrats bro!!

Congrats Kevin...

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This month is National Food Safety Education Month

Every year, an estimated 1 in 6 Americans (or 48 million people) get sick, 128,000 are hospitalized, and 3,000 die from eating contaminated food. Some people are more likely to get a foodborne illness (also called food poisoning) or to get seriously ill. For more information, call Environmental at (940) 761-7820. #WFWCPHDEveryone is at risk of getting food poisoning, but did you know that certain groups are at higher risk. This animated video shows four groups that are at hig...
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I make milk. What’s your superpower? 💪 #momstrong #wftxwic #WIC4healthyfamilies ...

I make milk. What’s your superpower? 💪 #momstrong #wftxwic #WIC4healthyfamilies