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MCPH is seeking a dedicated Registered Environmental Health Specialist I/II OR Specialist in Training. Please check out our employment page by clicking or tapping here.
Public Health's Annual Report
Public Health surrounds you every day in Madison County. When we aren't assessing the community's needs and delivering new and innovative programs, we are working to refine our policies and procedures through a quality improvement process. Check out all that we did in 2022! Click on the picture below.
Assessing the Community's Needs
Every three years Madison County Public Health works closely with Madison Health and other community partners to conduct a county-wide Community Health Assessment. Click on the picture below to view the 2019 Assessment.
Plotting a Course for Health Improvement
Using data from the Community Health Assessment, Madison County Public Health works closely with Madison Health and other community partners to select health initiatives to work on for the next three years. Click on the picture below to view the 2022 Community Health Improvement Plan.
Septic System Repair Money Available
Madison County Public Health has access to funding from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency to assist homeowners with repairs or replacement of their existing household sewage treatment systems (septic tanks, aeration systems, leach fields, and more). The goal of the funding is to reduce the risk of untreated sewage entering our drinking water and clean waterways in Madison County. We currently have access to more than $150,000 to repair or replace failing sewage systems or to connect homeowners to sanitary sewer (if accessible). Download the application and read more about this funding opportunity, including income requirements, by CLICKING HERE. Help us keep our wonderful Madison County waterways clean and let us help you fix your sewage system! Please contact Susie Hyden at 740-852-3065 extension 1527 for more information.
Madison County Public Health now offers pregnancy testing to any Madison County resident regardless of age. Low to no cost pregnancy testing is available on a walk-in basis Monday through Friday from 8:30am until 4:30pm. No appointments are necessary. Our dedicated public health nurses will provide you with resources including free prenatal vitamins, a referral to an OB GYN, and a connection to specialist for Medicaid or other health insurances right here in Madison County. Early prenatal care is the key to a healthy pregnancy and a healthy child.
Reporting Communicable Diseases
According to the Ohio Administrative Code, disease cases (suspect or confirmed) are to be reported to the local health department. The Infectious Disease Control Manual outlines the requirements for reporting Ohio's communicable diseases and provides a list of the reportable diseases. Class A, B and C diseases are to be reported to the local health department on the Ohio Confidential Reportable Disease Form
To provide better service in alerting the American people to unsafe, hazardous or defective products, six federal agencies with vastly different jurisdictions have joined together to create - www.recalls.gov - a "one stop shop" for U.S. Government recalls. This section provides Ohioans information regarding primarily "class I" food product recall announcements. ODH Food Recall Website
Customer Service Survey
MCPH values your opinion on the services we deliver to you. We would love to get your feedback on a recent experience you had with us either in person or on the phone. Please take 60 seconds to complete this online survey about our services. This survey is also available in Spanish by clicking here.
We are located at 306 Lafayette Street in beautiful London Ohio right next to Tractor Supply Company.