Logan County Health District
is a general local health district located in
the county seat of Bellefontaine, Ohio, and serving the Logan County
community since 1920. The Health District’s vision is to promote an
informed healthy community through the programs and services it provides.
Currently, the Logan County Health District (LCHD) offers in-house and outreach child and adult
immunization clinics, environmental health services, home health
services, and records births and deaths in Logan County. LCHD also
operates the county’s Women, Infants and Children (WIC) supplemental
food program and Bureau for Children with Medical Handicaps (BCMH) program.
mission of the Health District focuses on:
the health and environment of its residents
evaluation of agency efficiency, roles and competency
of the on-going needs of the community
staff to improve public health effectiveness
the public to provide readiness and reassurance
collaborative community partnerships
Health Districts in the state of Ohio are charged with the responsibility of
ensuring the community’s health, specifically child and maternal health, and
are the primary health care source for under-served populations typified by
low-income, uninsured, and under-insured segments.
Public Health System Assessment:
Logan County Public Health System Assessment occurred Spring, 2007.
The resulting report and summary charts & graphs are posted below:
Health System Assessment Report Narrative
Results Summary (Charts & Graphs)
Boyd Hoddinott completed a Masters in Public Health with his culminating project
Subsurface Flow Constructed Wetlands for On-site Wastewater Treatment.
His research was published by Wright State University, School of
an Indoor Air Quality Investigation Using Phase Assessment by Darin Cozatt,
RS, MS was published in the May/June, 2008 Ohio Journal of
C. Hoddinott, MD, MPH
Timothy M. Smith, MS, RS
M. Schroer, RN