Financial planning and all of the details surrounding the fiscal management of the agency including billing, accounts receivable, accounts payable, purchasing, logistics, facilities management, work force training, vital statistics, payroll, and various departmental programs. Go to Division
Due to nationwide shortages of the material used for tuberculin skin testing, the Erie County Health Department has exhausted our supply of this preparation and are currently unable to administer this test. Read further»
Exposure to mosquito bites places your family at risk for diseases such as West Nile Virus. Learn more by watching the video.
Erie County General Health District
To view the Phase 2 – Illicit Discharge Reporting Form, Click Here»
The Board of Health of the Erie County General Health District has established a new fee schedule for the Healthy Homes Program. To view the resolution and fees, Click Here»
NEW FOR 2013
• Expanded health center hours: The Health Center is now open until 7 PM on Thursdays.
• For your convenience, we will now be scheduling services at the Public Health Outreach Clinics located at township and village halls across the county by appointment.
Call 419-626-5623 extension 174 to schedule your appointment now.
To view more videos from the Erie County Health Department, Click Here»
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If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please dial 911 or visit your nearest emergency room.
CDC and FDA News
Ticks are a public health concern. Read the Tick Bite Information Sheet to prevent a tick bite or find out what to do if bitten by a tick. Learn More»
The CDC recently released a report indicating that the United States is in the midst of a larger than normal West Nile Virus (WNV) outbreak. Learn More»
Pfizer has announced a voluntary nationwide recall of Lo/Ovral®-28 and Norgestrel/Ethinyl Estradiol tablets due to the possibility of inexact tablet counts or out of sequence tablets. Learn More»
This podcast is based on the September, 2011 CDC Vital Signs report. Fewer Americans are smoking cigarettes, and daily smokers are smoking less; however, even occasional smoking causes harm. Learn More»
FDA is warning parents, caregivers and health care providers not to feed SimplyThick, a thickening agent for management of swallowing disorders, to infants born before 37 weeks. Learn More»
Resource on how to have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy, strong baby
A Walk With A Doc Program
Use your cell phone to text the word BABY (or BEBE for Spanish) to the number 511411.
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Information on Ohio's smoking ban
Ohio Department of Health
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Info on a wide variety of Environmental Health topics
Bed Bug Information
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U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
Information on Recalled Products