Welcome to the Ashland County Health Department!






Important Updates:

We’re excited to bring our services to you through our Mobile Clinic! We’ll be offering immunizations and the following free screenings: blood pressure reading; cholesterol check (requires a 9 – 12 hour fast); blood sugar test (a 3 hour fast is preferred); and height and weight check. Appointments are not required. Please bring your driver’s license, insurance card, and vaccine record (if available). For questions, please call 419-282-4357. Please do not visit the Mobile Clinic if you are ill. We do not provide medical diagnosis or treatment. The screenings we offer are not intended to diagnose any medical condition. A doctor should confirm any abnormal results.



The University Hospitals Samaritan Center, the Ashland County Health Department, and other partners in the county aim to improve the overall health and well-being of the residents in Ashland County. By working together and addressing the root causes of the identified health needs, we can create a healthier and more equitable community for all. We are excited to release the 2023-2025 Ashland County Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP). We welcome any feedback that the public may have. Please use the "Contact Us" button to the right. 








Covid Positive Questionnaire   


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. 

1. Immunization Clinics
    Call 419-282-4357
     All clinics are by appointment only:

Tuesdays from 8:30am -11:30am,1pm-3:30pm
Every 4th Tuesday of the Month 8:30am-11:30am,          1pm-5:30pm

Yearly: every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each                   month from 8:30am-11:30am, 1pm-5:30pm

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. 

Vaccine Administration Form - please print off and bring to your appointment.


4. To report your At Home Positive Covid-19 test, please click here. 








We have seen an increase in influenza locally, regionally and across the state so far this flu season.  Getting a flu vaccine every year is the best way to reduce your risk from seasonal flu and its potentially serious complications per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). 

Click here for more information from the Ashland County Health Department on how you can keep your family healthy this winter season. 






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