After 6 years as Health Commissioner of Richland Public Health, Martin Tremmel has announced his retirement at the end of January 2020. Throughout his tenure, Tremmel has lead Richland Public Health through a period of growth and transformation. One of the brightest highlights of Tremmel’s work at the health department includes his conscientious guidance and successful achievement of PHAB Accreditation. His attention to detail, while keeping the broader picture in mind, has been a valuable asset for Richland Public Health.
Tremmel’s leadership has further developed Richland Public Health’s value as a trusted and respected community entity throughout Richland County in many ways. He will be greatly missed at the health department, but his legacy will continue to resonate within the Richland County community. Tremmel’s accomplishments have steered Richland Public Health into an innovative direction and as a result, our community will benefit from state-of-the- art public health services for years to come.