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National Prevention Council Members

The National Prevention Council’s 2014 Annual Status Report highlights how the Council and partners are advancing the National Prevention Strategy and impacting the health of individuals, families, and communities across America. View the latest report now.

The National Prevention, Health Promotion, and Public Health Council (National Prevention Council), called for by the Affordable Care Act, provides coordination and leadership at the federal level regarding prevention, wellness, and health promotion practices. It is composed of the heads of 20 federal agencies and chaired by Surgeon General Regina Benjamin.

On June 10, the President signed an Executive Order creating the National Prevention Council within the Department of Health and Human Services. Council members are cabinet secretaries, chairs, directors, or administrators of federal departments. Such high profile involvement demonstrates an unprecedented commitment to prevention and wellness in the US health care system. The National Prevention Council comprises these members: