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.
For both FIRST and SECOND Doses - Click the link above to get the COVID-19 vaccine or visit gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.
gov. If you do not have internet access please call 1-844-984-1151 for assistance with scheduling your COVID-19 vaccine. 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.
The City of Ashland is offering free rides to Covid-19 Vaccination Sites in Ashland County. To schedule transportation for your appointment please call APT at 419-207-8240. Vaccine appointments must be scheduled prior to booking your ride. For more information please visit the City of Ashland's website.
For Both FIRST and SECOND doses: please print off the Vaccine Administration Form and bring to both of your appointments.
1. Vital Statistics - Due to the current circumstances of this pandemic, we have applications for you to purchase a birth or death certificate in our lobby. Drop your application and form of payment into the envelope provided and we will have it ready to pick up in the same spot within 24 hours later. If you have to leave a voice mail in any of our divisions, including Vital Statistics, Environmental Health (which includes sewer and water), Food and Nursing, please give us 24 hours to return your call. We appreciate your patience during this time.
2. If you test for Covid-19, please quarantine yourself until you receive your test results, whether you do or don't have symptoms.
3. If your Covid test results are positive, the Health Department will try to reach out to you. This is proving to be an extremely overwhelming task. You may not hear from us until late in your isolation period. As soon as you receive your results, start your isolation period of 10 days. We need you to contact the family members, friends and work members that you may have exposed. Those contacts need to quarantine themselves for 14 days from the day they were exposed to you. Please be diligent in following these instructions so YOU can help US decrease the spread of this virus.