SERVING THE RESIDENTS OF
HAMILTON COUNTY, OHIO
Healthy Choices. Healthy Lives. Healthy Communities.
Programs & Services
Hamilton County Public Health has been helping to serve, educate, and protect the residents of Hamilton County since 1919. Here are a number of services and programs we offer for residents, businesses, and communities.More Programs and Services
Visit our COVID-19 page for information on testing, vaccinations, and steps to keep yourself and your loved ones safe during the pandemic.
COVID-19 Vaccine Card Replacement
Lost your COVID-19 vaccine card? If you were vaccinated in the state of Ohio, Hamilton County Public Health will replace your card for free.
COVID-19 Case Tracker
This dashboard (previously located on our homepage) tracks the COVID-19 cases across Hamilton County.
Community Health Services & Disease Prevention
Our community health programs and services address immunizations, nutrition, physical activity, disease transmission, access to health care, and much more.
Curious about the inspection results for places like pools, restaurants, schools and tattoo parlors? Find them here!
Find a Form
Looking for a form, application, or trying to request a document? Find it here.
Birth Certificates & Death Certificates
Looking for an Ohio birth or death certificate? You can order one through Hamilton County Public Health!
Hamilton County Reports
Staff collect and analyze data on personal health issues, diseases, and injuries that affect Hamilton County residents. Reports are available for public view and use.
Get the facts on popular topics including; sewage back-ups, bugs in your home, and safety information!
Smoking, Stress and Mental HealthIf you are ready to really reduce stress and leave smoking behind, Ohio offers many helpful opportunities. A great place to start is the Ohio Quit Line: 1-800-QUIT-NOW. Trained professionals can walk you through the process, encourage you along the way and help you relieve your stress on a much more permanent basis.
Little Miami Clear – No Sewage LeakTesting has determined that the earlier reported flow into the Little Miami River was not caused by a sewer line break. At this time, there have been no environmental impacts identified and testing will continue to determine the source.
Cradle Cincinnati Promotes Infant Safe Sleep During the Winter HolidaysHoliday travel and cold weather can lead to higher risk of unsafe sleep
Upcoming Education Series with PreventionFIRST!Training for professionals in providing prevention strategies. This education series will support any interested professionals mentorship by PF! and initial educational requirements for the Ohio Prevention Credential.
HAMILTON COUNTY DECLARED A RECOVERY FRIENDLY WORKPLACEHCPH joined the Hamilton County Administration, the Board of County Commissioners and 14 local businesses for the first ever official signing day to join the Recovery Friendly Hamilton County Initiative (RFHC)
HCPH Sanitarian Adam Lengerich Recognized With Prestigious AwardHamilton County Public Health (HCPH) sanitarian Adam Lengerich was recognized by the Southwest Ohio Environmental Health Association as Sanitarian of the Year. He is a resident of Anderson Township.
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250 William Howard Taft Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45219
184 East McMillan St.
Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
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7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday - Friday
(Closed on most National Holidays)