on all of these programs is available by calling the
Health District at 592.9040.
are offered at the LCHD
office every Thursday morning from
9 - 11 a.m. and also on the first Thursday of each month
from 2 - 6 p.m.
register demographics and insurance.
also accept the following private insurances: Anthem,
Aetna and Medical Mutual.
Immunization Fee Schedule
offered on Monday and Tuesday from 8:30 - 12 and 1:30 -
will be made with the nurse when to return to
obtain results. $20.00 cash or check per
test. Most Ohio Medicaid accepted.
We do not bill private insurance for this service.
Ohio School Entry Immunization Requirement for
Starting with the 2016-2017 school year, all
incoming 7th grade through 12th grade students in Ohio
must have proof that they have the age-appropriate
- Students entering the 7th, 8th and
12th grade are required to have at least one dose of the
meningococcal and Tdap vaccine prior to school entry
- Students entering 12th grade must have a second dose
of meningococcal vaccine, with a minimum interval
between 8 weeks prior to entry. If the first dose of
meningococcal vaccine was administered after the 16th
birthday, a second dose is not required.
LCHD participates in the
Vaccines for Children (VFC) program to help ensure
that all children have access to the vaccines they need.
mandated by the Ohio Department of Health are $21.00
per administration fee. No
VFC eligible child is turned away due to inability
If you plan on bringing your
child to clinic, please bring a copy of their
immunization records and the child's Medicaid card, if
they have one.
If the parent/guardian
is unable to bring the child then a note
giving permission for someone else to bring the child or
a completed Child Immunization
Questionnaire must be presented at the
time of the visit.
effort is made to give all vaccinations a child is
eligible for at the time of a single visit to help keep
children up-to-date according to the
recommended immunization schedule.
Administration of as many vaccines at the same time as
staffing will permit is also less traumatic for the
The Health District
seeks to comply with the Healthy People 2020 goal that
90% of children will be completely immunized &
up-to-date by the age of 3.
for Children with Medical Handicaps (BCMH)
BCMH is a
state-administered program that works closely with local
health departments to promote early identification of
children with handicapping conditions and treatment of
those children by appropriate health care
providers. Click here
for more information.
Communicable Disease Program
order to identify and contain outbreaks of communicable
diseases such as pertussis, tuberculosis and food borne
illnesses, the Logan County Health District, in
compliance with state and federal regulations, maintains
surveillance, investigates, and reports certain
communicable diseases. Control and prevention measures
are implemented as needed.
Link of Reportable Diseases
What is Norovirus - video clip
The HIV/AIDS clinics have
been cancelled until further notice.
Health District participates in the Coordinators of
Logan County Agency Services (COLCAS) network to partner
with other community agencies and organizations in
providing information and making referrals as client needs are identified.
Lead Case Management
Lead poisoning is the most
common and preventable environmental disease affecting
children in America
today. It affects one out
of six preschool age children. Health risks associated
with lead poisoning are reduced IQ, anemia, stunted
growth, impaired hearing, kidney damage, learning
disabilities, ADD, and behavioral problems.
These may be permanent or result in death. Click here
for more information.
Home Baby Visitor Program
is eligible to receive a Welcome Home Baby Visit.
Will Discuss During Our Visit:
- Your health and your baby’s health
- Breast or bottle-feeding your baby
- Safety issues for babies
- How to tell if your infant is ill and
when to call the doctor
- Infant sleep/wake patterns and
- The way babies communicate with their
- Ways to understand infant cries, how to
comfort the crying baby, normal changes in infant crying
- Help from family and friends
- Community resources you may be
interested in for you or your baby
- Questions and concerns that you may
Our newborn staff consists of registered
nurses with newborn and postpartum knowledge. As Welcome
Home Baby visiting nurses we are here to: welcome you
home, provide an assessment of mother and child, answer
questions, link families to services and resources within
our community, and provide information to keep your new
baby healthy, safe and happy.
Call the Health District at
937-651-6186 to request more information.
SIDS stands for sudden infant
death syndrome. This term describes the sudden,
unexplained death of an infant younger than 1 year of
age. Some people
call SIDS "crib death" because many babies who die of
SIDS are found in their cribs. But, cribs don't cause
here for more information about SIDS.
LCHD will provide a bereavement
visit by a registered nurse for those who wish
one. Call the Health District at 592.9040 for more
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