The success of the Public Health System in caring for individuals depends on the partnerships between various agencies in our community. One of our essential partnerships rests with the Health Care Providers in Clark County. We strive to be accessible to you and support the important work that you do for the residents.
H7N9 Avian Influenza Update:
- Clark County Quarterly Communicable Disease reports - Get the latest stats on reported diseases for the most recent yearly quarter.
- Ohio Department of Health Infectious Disease Control Manual - The IDCM serves as a reference for local health departments and health professionals in Ohio. See Section 3 for descriptions of diseases, diagnostic criteria and other information.
Know Your ABC’s: A Quick Guide to Reportable Infectious Diseases in Ohio - This document will walk you through the particulars of reporting infectious diseases for Ohio healthcare professionals.
*Ohio Revised Code and Ohio Administrative Code: Diseases
- Chlamydia and Gonorrhea Reporting - Please see this form as a guide for information that must be included in the report for Gonorrhea and Chlamydia. Please don’t hesitate to call if further clarification is necessary: (937) 390-5600.
Autumn is the Season to Stay Healthy
Falling leaves, school buses rumbling down the road, cool night-time temperatures - all are signs that autumn will be here before we know it. For good advice on staying healthy at any age, follow these CDC links:
Parents of school-age children (and anyone interested in healthy families), check out CDC Videos for Parents. These helpful, informative videos cover a wide variety of health topics. As children return to school, don't forget the basics: a good review of hand-washing techniques and respiratory hygiene will give your young student added protection against colds and other illnesses. Watch "Put Your Hands Together", for a quick review of an important aide to good health at home and at school.
Nursing Phone: 937-390-5600
Nursing Fax: 937-390-5626
Nursing Supervisor: Kitty Smith (x263)
Communicable Disease Nurse: Maggie Robinson (x239)
Epidemiologist: Gabe Jones (x267)