Environmental Health

The Environmental Health office is a division of the Sampson County Health Department that offers many programs to help protect and improve the public health of Sampson County through the enforcement of state rules and regulations. The division also offers many educational opportunities and public information meetings.

The Environmental Health Department is located in the County Complex in Building “B”. This section is comprised of various areas which includes Food Protection/Institutions, Children’s Environmental Health, On-site Wastewater & Wells, and Private Water Supplies. 

Check Case Status Online

Citizens can search their online application status using the link below.

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Restaurant Sanitation Ranking

Ensuring proper sanitation in food service establishments is important to public health and the prevention of food-borne illness. The Food and Lodging section enforces the state rules in the permitting and inspections of food handling establishments. The frequency of inspections varies for each establishment depending on the risk factors and how food is processed in the facility.

Establishments can be inspected one to four times a year depending on this risk-based inspection category.
Please visit this web page for the most recent updates.

Restaurant Sanitation Ratings

ServSafe Class

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Contact us

For any complaints on restaurants, failing septic systems, etc. please contact:

For any issue, a request, fees or general information, please contact:
Administrative Assistant
910-592-4675  Ext. 4907
For other concerns, please contact:
Miles Kory Hair, Supervisor
910-592-4675  Ext. 4906
Sampson County 
Environmental Health Services

Fax: (910) 592-2874

Main Office
Hours of Operation
Monday - Thursday
7 am to 5:30 pm

Wanda Robinson
Health Director

Miles Kory Hair