Hamilton County Public Health’s Community Health Services Department includes the divisions of  Disease Prevention, Epidemiology and Assessment, Health Promotion and Education, STD and Prevention, Testing and Services and Nursing. Staff in these divisions 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 m ore.

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Disease Prevention

Public health nurses provide caring and responsive health services to Hamilton County residents. Health District nurses visit and educate individuals and families about health and safety concerns. Public health nurses also conduct immunization clinics, work with families of children with special health care needs, and visit with first-time mothers to ensure their child’s life begins in the healthiest of fashions.

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Tuberculosis (TB) Control & Clinical Services

The Hamilton County Tuberculosis Control Unit exists to treat and prevent tuberculosis (TB). TB is a disease caused by bacteria that usually attack the lungs. But, TB bacteria can attack any part of the body such as the kidney, spine and brain. If not treated properly, TB disease can be fatal. TB disease was once the leading cause of death in the United States.

Our full service TB clinic, located at located at 184 E. McMillan Street in Corryville, serves Hamilton County residents with skin tests, x-rays, prescriptions and directly observed therapy.

Clinic Hours:
• Monday – Friday: 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.*
• No skin tests on Thursdays (Readings Only)
• No skin tests on Fridays before a Monday holiday (Readings Only)

 *In order to process walk-in TB testing and readings, you must check in at the registration desk by 3:45 PM*
Provider Referral for TB Services


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