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 staff work to improve the health of Hamilton County residents through education programs and services that 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.
Environmental Health Specialists inspect restaurants, grocery stores and other food service operations to ensure that food is being handled, stored and cooked properly. At home, you can use many of the same safety tips to ensure the food you prepare is safe for your family to eat.
Birth Certificates & Death Certificates
Looking for an Ohio birth or death certificate? You can order one through Hamilton County Public Health!
Hamilton County Reports
At Hamilton County Public Health, staff collect and analyze data on the Who, What, When, Where, Why and How of personal health issues, diseases, and injuries that affect Hamilton County residents. Data is compiled into reports that are available for public view and use.
Work for HCPH
Find the latest employment opportunities and instructions to apply.
File a Complaint
File a public health complaint about topics ranging from restaurants and swimming pools to open dumps and septic systems.
We’re excited to now offer a NEW Overdose Rescue app. The app is FREE and is purpose-built to guide people responding to an overdose event. Download from the Google Play and Apple App Store!
- Detailed step-by-step guidance for responding to a suspected overdose
- Naloxone administration and CPR instructions
- Text to speech feature to read directions aloud for hands free education while administering assistance
- Directions for getting Narcan delivered
- Ability to report locations of overdoses
Looking for a COVID-19 test or regional resources for getting a COVID-19 vaccine? The Health Collaborative’s “Test and Protect” provides the information you need to get tested, get vaccinated, and stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic!
Ohio Dept. of Health Designates Testing Supplies for SchoolsThe Ohio Department of Health held a press conference on January 12th, 2022 where they presented their updated distribution plans for at-home COVID-19 test kits.
Vaccines Work – 97% of Hospitalizations are UnvaccinatedBeing up-to-date with all recommended COVID-19 vaccines is proving to be the safest and strongest protection against severe COVID-19. As of January 5th, 2022, 97% of COVID-19 hospitalizations are unvaccinated.
COVID-19 Guidelines Change in Substantial Spread AreasAll of Hamilton County, including the City of Cincinnati have been identified as an area of “substantial spread” of COVID-19 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Substantial sprea
Hamilton County Public Health Celebrates Juneteenth!Ham. Co. Public Health celebrates Juneteenth – also known as Freedom Day, Jubilee Day, Liberation Day, and Emancipation Day – which marked emancipation of those who had been enslaved in the U.S.
Hamilton County Public Health to request release of funds from U.S. Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmentHamilton County Public Health will submit a request to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the release of funds for the Lead-Based Paint Hazard Control Grant Program (LBPHC)
Hamilton County Public Health Urges Safety for MLK CelebrationsAs we celebrate the accomplishments of the Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr. Monday, January 18, Hamilton County Public Health reminds citizens to do so safely.
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Cincinnati, OH 45219
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Cincinnati, Ohio 45219
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