Welcome to the Ashland County Health Department!
OUR VISION STATEMENT-
HEALTHY PEOPLE, HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT, HEALTHY COMMUNITY
OUR MISSION STATEMENT-
WE STRIVE TO PROMOTE OPTIMAL HEALTH FOR INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES OF THE ASHLAND COMMUNITY THROUGH PUBLIC HEALTH EDUCATION, PREVENTION OF DISEASE AND INJURY, AND RESPONSE TO PUBLIC HEALTH CHALLENGES.
The Ashland County Health Department will be closed on Thursday, November 24,2022 and Friday, November 25, 2022 so they may be able spend time with their families in celebration of Thanksgiving.
2022 Sewage Contractor Workshop Information
This workshop has been approved for up to 6.25 hours continuing education (CE) hours for sewage treatment contactors, including installers, septage haulers, and service providers for the 2023 registration year.
University Hospitals Samaritan and the Ashland County Health Department are pleased to share with you the 2022 Community Health Assessment. This is an analysis of primary and secondary, qualitative, and quantitative research that has given us a picture of the current health and wellness issues in Ashland County. We are sharing this report with you and then with the general community to solicit feedback on the report and any comments, suggestions, or questions you may have. This is part one of a two-part process. The second part will be putting this information into our Community Health Improvement Plan. We will work with the broader community to implement actionable items that we hope will help us improve the health of Ashland County residents. You are welcome to publish this report on your website.
We welcome and encourage any comments that our community has. Please submit them through the CONTACT US area of our website at www.ashlandhealth.com.
We look forward to hearing from you.
If you or a family member have tested positive with Covid-19, please click on the button above to fill out our Covid Positive Questionnaire. This will help us avoid having to call you and ask questions about your exposure.
October 31, 2022 - Covid-19 test kits - the Ashland County Health Department has a very small supply of Covid test kits. We will be limiting them to 2 tests per household.
1. Immunization Clinics
Tuesdays from 8:30am -11:30am,1pm-3:30pm
The following link gives you more information on what the required school vaccines are and why its necessary to receive this vaccines. "What are the Required Back to School Vaccines."
2. Covid-19 Vaccine Program:
We are now accepting walk-ins for Covid-19 vaccinations on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9am - 11:30am and 1:00pm - 3:00pm.
For questions or concerns regarding the COVID-19 vaccine please visit www.cdc.gov. If you are homebound or have a family member/friend/loved one who is homebound and would like to be vaccinated, please contact us through the link on the right hand side of this page called "Contact Us." We can make arrangements for you to get your Covid-19 vaccination.
3. Covid- 19 Vaccine Administration Forms:
For FIRST DOSE, SECOND DOSE and BOOSTER DOSE: please print off the Vaccine Administration Form and bring to both of your appointments.
|4. To report your At Home Positive Covid-19 test, please click here.|