* Pickaway County Public Health will be reopening to the public beginning 5/4/2020 with strict guidelines.

We are having trouble with our phone lines. If you need to contact us please email us at contact@pchd.org.

Please call 740-477-9667 for questions about normal services.

Dial extension 222 for Vital Statistics

Dial extension 225 for Environmental Health

Dial extension 240 for Clinical Health

For afterhours calls, please call 740-474-2176

For complaints please email contact@pchd.org

For questions or concerns regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) please call 740-889-0562 or 1-833-4-ASK-ODH (1-833-427-5634)

Welcome to Pickaway County Public Health!

Pickaway County Public Health is a combined health district that services all townships, villages, and municipalities located in Pickaway County, Ohio.  We administer programs for vital statistics, clinical health services, immunizations, emergency preparedness, communicable disease reporting and investigation, food safety inspections, residential water and sewage regulation, solid waste management, nuisance investigation, and other public health services.

Our mission: to protect and improve the health and environment of Pickaway County residents by assuming the leadership role in health assessment, education, and policy development and provision of quality public health services.

Clinical Health

The primary goal of the Clinical Services division is to promote healthy lifestyles through community planning, health education, and public health nursing services. These services are tailored to meet the community health assessment concerns and needs.

Environmental Health

The Environmental Health Division is responsible for licensing and inspecting local food service operations, retail food establishments, campgrounds, public pools and spas, and local food vendors in Pickaway County.

Vital Statistics

The Vital Statistics Office can issue birth certificates for anyone born in Ohio from December 20, 1908 to present. To request a birth certificate, please contact the Vital Statistics Office.

File a complaint: Report food illness, mosquitoes, bed bugs, rats, and more

Birth and Death Certificates

Immunizations and Vaccines

Children with Medical Handicaps

Emergency Preparedness

Tattoo and Body Piercing

Food Safety

Mosquito Control

Pools, Spas and Campgrounds