If you would like to address the Board at the Morrow County Board of Health meeting, please fill out a Public Participation Form and submit one of these ways:
- E-mail to email@example.com
- Fax form to 419-946-6807
- Bring form into the office
The form can be found under the “Forms” tab then Administrative. It must be submitted 72 hours prior to the meeting.
The Morrow County Health District, Drug & Alcohol Awareness & Prevention, have partnered with other community leaders to launch a data hub for Morrow County. This hub is a collaboration tool between various agencies to share information for the common goal of a healthier community. The Morrow County Data Hub is powered by LiveStories, and can be accessed by clicking the box below:
2020 Local Projected Food Service/Retail Food Establishment Fees Public Hearing
A public hearing of the 2020 local projected food service/retail food establishment fees will be held September 16, 2019 at 6:00 pm in the Community Service Building located at 619 W. Marion Road, Mt. Gilead Door B.
2020 Proposed Fees
FSO/RFEs: less than 25,000 sq. ft greater than 25,000 sq. ft.
Risk 1 $207.71 $303.02
Risk 2 $234.79 $319.27
Risk 3 $454.66 $1,147.84
Risk 4 $578.13 $1,217.16
**These fees do not include the state fee ($28.00).
Mt. Gilead, Ohio – [03/26/2019] – The Morrow County Community Partners including the Morrow County hospital, Morrow County Health District, Delaware-Morrow Mental Health and Recovery Board, schools, and many other agencies will continue to survey Morrow County residents as part of a community health assessment process.
For the first time in U.S. history Americans are more likely to die from an opioid overdose than a motor vehicle crash. A new report from the National Safety Council found that Americans have a 1 in 96 chance of dying from an opioid overdose, while the probability of dying in a motor vehicle crash is 1 in 103. The rising rates of overdoses is part of an overall trend of a Americans dying from preventable, unintentional injuries that has increased over the past 15 years.
This program ensures the community does not experience disease as a result of poorly treated water or sewage. Through visits and inspections sanitarians ensure the proper functioning of equipment.
Immunizations are an important part of your child’s health. Schedule your back-to-school vaccines today with the immunization clinic. Ask a public health nurse about what vaccines your child needs
Environmental Health staff inspect food service operations that provide food to the public. MCHD is the food protection services for the county and responsible for inspection and licensing of all food facilities.
Now open every Wednesday. The clinic can provide annual exams, confidential STI testing, pregnancy testing, prescription birth control, condoms, education and other needed resources.
Birth and Death certificated can be obtained through the Health District. Please bring all necessary items to the health district with you along with $26 for the processing fee.
Are you aware of the health status of your local community? Community partners have worked hard to improve the quality of life for Morrow County residents, click here for details.
Flu Activity in Ohio Widespread; New Weekly Flu-Associated Hospitalizations Trending Well Above Five-Year Average
ODH issued a media advisory in mid-December noting that the geographic spread of flu activity in Ohio for the 2017-18 flu season had been elevated to “widespread,” the highest level. During last year’s flu season, flu activity in Ohio wasn’t classified as widespread...
Throughout the past two decades, Ohio’s performance on population health outcomes has declined relative to other states. To help reverse this trend, the state is aligning Ohio’s capacity to improve population health and address disparities in health outcomes. To...
Morrow County Health District
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Mount Gilead, OH 43338
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