The Metro Public Health Department serves all of Davidson County’s 701,400 residents. The county includes urban, suburban, and rural areas. Metro Nashville is seeing rapid growth both in population and in diversity. The MPHD headquarters is the 106,000-square-foot Lentz Public Health Center which opened in July 2014. Lentz is an environmentally-friendly facility designed with features that support sustainability and promote healthy living. The Lentz Public Health Center is on a bus line, and has a quarter-mile outdoor walking track available to employees and community members. Beyond the headquarters, MPHD operates five satellite locations offering various public health services. MPHD’s workforce is comprised of approximately 535 highly diverse and skilled employees working in 46 programs. The organization is divided into a Director’s Office and six bureaus (Administration, Community Health, Environmental Health, Health Equity, Communicable Disease and Emergency Preparedness, and Population Health).