SERVING THE RESIDENTS OF
HAMILTON COUNTY, OHIO

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Hamilton County Public Health has been helping to serve, educate, and protect the residents since 1919. Here are a number of services and programs we offer for residents.
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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 businesses.
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Announcements

Jun 15

Hot Temperatures Expected Across Ohio; Tips for Preventing Heat-Related Illnesses

The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) is urging people to take precautions to prevent potentially dangerous heat-related illnesses, including heat stroke and heat exhaustion.
Jun 11

The Exchange Project Announces New Location, Times

The Exchange Project will begin service at a new location in Westwood June 13.  The new service location will be at 2420 Harrison Ave. Wednesday afternoons 2-5 p.m. 
May 23

Practice Food Safety for Summer – Avoid Foodborne Illness

Summer can bring unwanted, but highly-preventable bouts of foodborne illness.
May 10

Tucker Stone Receives County-Wide Award – Recognized for Outstanding Service

Hamilton County Public Health Environmental Health Supervisor Tucker Stone received the Hamilton County “Circle of Excellence” award for outstanding service.
May 07

Lead and Arsenic Contamination Found At Taylor Creek Youth Organization Fields

Hamilton County Public Health, working in conjunction with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), have discovered lead and arsenic contamination in fields at Taylor Creek Youth Organization.
Apr 18

Hamilton County Public Health Director, Chuck DeJonckheere, Recognized With Prestigious Award

Hamilton County Public Health director of waste management, Chuck DeJonckheere was recognized by the Ohio Environmental Health Association (OEHA) as its President’s Award winner. 

Location

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250 William Howard Taft Rd.

2nd Floor

Cincinnati, OH 45219

CLINICAL SERVICES

184 East McMillan St.

Cincinnati, Ohio 45219

Phone 513-946-7610

FAX 513-946-7603

Lobby Hours of Operation:

7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday

8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Thursday

(Closed on most National Holidays)