Fall Flu Clinics 2016
TUES 10/18/16 …..9:30am–5:30pm…Walk In @ Health Dept
FRI 10/28/16 …….7:15am–3:15pm…..Walk In @ Health Dept
TUES 11/08/16 ….9:30am-5:30pm…..Walk In @ Health Dept
All contracted private insurance, Medicaid, and Medicare can be billed. Please bring all insurance cards. For clients not wishing insurance to be billed, a pay at the time of service discount will be offered: $50 for High Dose, $30 for Quadrivalent. Clients 6 months through 18 years that meet the criteria for federal funded vaccine will be charged a $12 administration fee, $15 after 10/24/16. These clients will not be denied vaccine because of inability to pay. Cash or check will be accepted.
Quadrivalent, High Dose and Pediatric Flu (6 months to 35 months) will be offered while supplies last. FluMist Nasal Spray will not be available this 2016-2017 flu season.
WALK IN FLU CLINIC SCREENING FORMS <HERE>.
FLU VACCINE INFORMATION SHEET <HERE>.
Local Bat Tests Positive for Rabies. See the Health Alert <MEDIA RELEASE> 10/24/16
SCHEDULE YOUR CHILD’S 2016-2017 SCHOOL IMMUNIZATIONS NOW by calling (419) 586-3251 x1270! We will have extra clinics on August 9th and September 6th from 9:30a.m.-5:30p.m. by appointment only. In order to have limited wait time; please bring your insurance cards and completed Immunization Forms to your appointment (click here to go to vaccine information sheets).
Stay up-to-date on Grand Lake St Marys Harmful Algae Bloom and Toxin Level Advisories
ALL MERCER COUNTY FACILITY
INSPECTIONS ARE NOW AVAILABLE
NEW AS OF JULY 2016!! WE HAVE POOL, CAMPGROUND AND FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS LINKED HERE. FOR PRIOR INSPECTIONS CALL 419-586-3251 TO REQUEST A REPORT.
What is the Zika Virus? How can I protect myself? How does Zika affect pregnant women?
Check out our Upcoming Events page for Community Outreach!
Have you ever wondered what our complete services are at Mercer County-Celina City Health Department?
Here’s a recent copy of our BROCHURE.
For information on pertussis (whopping cough) click <http://www.cdc.gov/pertussis/>.
The Mercer County Resource Handbook 2016 is compiled through collaborative efforts and reviewed yearly by the following agencies: Celina City Schools, Cheryl Ann Programs, Mercer County Educational Service Center, Mercer County Family & Children First Council, Mercer County Head Start, Mercer County Health Department, Mercer County Help Me Grow, Mercer County Job and Family Services, Mercer County WIOA, Mercer County WIC Program, Mercer Health, Mercer Health Maternal Care Center, OUR Home Family Resource Center and West Ohio Community Action Partnership.
Food Recall Updates: http://www.agri.ohio.gov/apps/odanews/ODARecalls.aspx
Mercer County Health Dept. Organizational Mandates and Authorities: Link to the OAC (Ohio Administrative Code) http://codes.ohio.gov/oac/ & ORC (Ohio Revised Code) http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/37.