Monroe County Health Department
118 Home Avenue
Woodsfield, Ohio 43793

Phone: 740-472-1677

Fax: 740-472-2508
Open Monday - Friday 9 am to 4 pm
e-mail :  monrcohd@odh.ohio.gov

Board of Health Meetings
Regular meetings are held on the second Wednesday of the month!

September - 9/10/14
October - 10/8/14
November - 11/12/14
December - 12/10/14
All meetings at the Senior Center,
118 Home Avenue, Woodsfield - 3:30 pm

Information on Ebola

West Nile Human Case Press Release.pdf

2014 ODH Fall Rabies Vaccine Baiting Press Release

Free Mammograms and Pap Tests through Ohio’s Breast and Cervical Cancer Project

Suicide Prevention Coalition 4th Annual Awareness Event

Respiratory Illness Due to Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68)

 

 

    

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"The mission of the Monroe County Health Department is to protect the health, safety, and well being of all county residents by providing high quality public health services.  These services will be provided in an efficient and effective manner."

Do You Need Your Flu Shot - Call Karen

740-472-1677 ext 202

 

Are your children Ready for School?
Please click the following link to access Immunization requirements:
 Immunizations Required Before Entering.docx


Food Service Classes
Bed Bugs
Rabies Prevention

 

Do you need your
Birth Certificate?

If you were born in Ohio we can issue you a certified birth record!!  This document is accepted by all governmental agencies as proof of birth.  No more need to travel to the county where you were born, just give us a call at 472-1677 ext. 200 or 201

Click for a request form!

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We are now offering Baseline Water testing prior to oil and gas well drilling - Call John at 472-1677 ext 206

 

To Register or Update your Contact Information Click the logo:
 

 

Should You Have Your Water Tested?

              Modern oil and gas drilling is a highly technical and closely monitored process with regulations in place to protect underground sources of drinking water during and after the drilling process.  The chance of ground water contamination is small but it is possible that groundwater quality can be impacted, especially near oil and gas well sites. Homeowners near such sites may want to consider drinking water testing for contaminants commonly associated with oil and gas drilling. The Monroe County Health Department can offer these testing services. A registered sanitarian on staff will collect the sample on site using EPA approved protocols. Water sample results are usually available within two weeks after testing. Please call the Monroe County Health Department at (740) 472-1677 extension 206 for more information such as prices and scheduling.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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