The Ohio Department of Health is activating a 24-hour-a-day call center to answer
Ohioans questions about Ebola and the recent events in Ohio in an effort to ensure Ohioans get accurate, timely information. The number for Ohioans to call is 1-866-800-1404.Read More
The health department currently offers women’s health services through the family planning clinic operated at the health department. This clinic provides women’s health care (pap tests, clinical breast exam, mammogram referrals, pelvicexams, routine lab work), family planning education, supplies, counseling and referrals for smoking cessation. A nurse practitioner sees patients on Tuesdays with clinic hours 8:00 a.m. to 5:30… Read More
Sanitarians Busy Keeping Us Healthy
Many people assume that sanitarians are the folks who collect the garbage every week, or make sure that public buildings are kept clean. While these jobs are a very important part of proper sanitation, a sanitarian is a person who is an expert in public health and sanitation.
Way back in 1955, a man… Read More
The fee for each certified birth or death record is $22.00.
The Cambridge Guernsey County can now provide you with a birth certificate if you were born in the state of Ohio. In 2010 the health department was granted access to provide birth certificates from the Ohio Department of Health statewide issuance site.… Read More