The National Health & Public Safety History Museum offers a broad and compelling collection of America’s finest and worst moments in its health and public safety history. Aside from the thousands of artifacts, inventions and pieces, the museum includes the stories behind these artifacts that bring history alive for our guests.
As the museum grows and is relocated to its new permanent home in Texas (March 2020), new online collections and virtual tours are being added along with new and larger exhibits such as “Middle East Conflict Medics”, “Irish-American Healthcare Heroes” and “Cities Under Siege” ( a new exhibit featuring major historic natural disasters).
We are proud to announce that through a partnership with the Freedom Flag Foundation, our new facility is host to a piece of the World Trade Center's North Tower, a tribute display to those who lost their lives on 9-11 as well as a remembrance chapel and memory wall.
The National Health & Public Safety History Museum has proven to be popular with all ages, school groups and professionals. We look forward to having you as our guest!
Jonathon W. H. Weiss, Curator
Edward Weiss, Jr., Director
Brandi L. Weiss, Finance Director
Jayden Weiss, Facility Manager
Seán P. Fay, Emergency Management Consultant
Melissa Householder, EMT Mayo Clinic
Wayne Mueller, Human Resource Coordinator
Antonio Cugini, Business & Partner Development
Danielle Day, Research & Oversight