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  • Emergency Preparedness

  • Events

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Prevent • Promote • Protect

 

MCHD is now accepting online orders

for birth and death certificates

If you would like to request a birth or death certificate click here. Your documents can be mailed to you, or you can pick them up at our office.


MCHD COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics

FIND REGISTRATION FORM HERE

The MCHD offers the COVID-19 vaccine every Friday at the Mercer County Health District office. The Pfizer vaccine is currently offered to anyone 12 years of age or older (minors must have parental consent). Please call 419-586-3251 extension 1462 to ask questions or schedule an appointment.

The MCHD recommends vaccinating as soon as possible. Keep in mind the 2nd dose will be due in 3 weeks. If this is not feasible, vaccinate with the 2nd dose as soon as possible after the due date.  If exposed to the COVID-19 virus prior to being fully vaccinated, a person may develop COVID-19 disease. Fully vaccinated is 2 weeks after the 2nd dose of Moderna or Pfizer, or 2 weeks after one dose of Janssen.

Each person who schedules an appointment is also encouraged to complete the vaccine registration form before visiting the clinic. It can be found here: https://mchdohio.org/CovidFormPlease note that the registration form is required for both first and second doses.

All contracted private insurance, Medicaid, and Medicare will be billed for the administration fee.  If you have a Medicare Advantage Plan, please bring your Red, White and Blue Medicare card. No out-of-pocket payment will be collected. There will be a 15-minute waiting period after the vaccine is given.


Multiple providers are now offering COVID-19 vaccine in Mercer County. The list below provides the vaccine type and contact information to schedule appointments with each provider. Please note that the amount and type of vaccine offered by each provider will vary depending on supply and demand.

Provider Vaccine Type How to schedule an appointment
Kaup Pharmacy Johnson & Johnson 419-375-2323, Option 3.
Mercer County Health District Moderna 419-586-3251 extension 1462
Mercer Health Hospital Moderna 567-890-7188 or Mercer Health MyChart
Schwieterman Pharmacy Johnson & Johnson 419-586-8875 (Celina); 419-678-3435 (Coldwater)
Walmart Johnson & Johnson

Moderna

419-586-6177

If you need assistance finding an opportunity to get vaccinated against COVID-19 or have questions about the vaccine, please feel free to call the Mercer County Health District at 419-586-3251 extension 1462.


Appointment Reminders

• You must have a scheduled appointment.
• Please do not arrive more than 15 minutes before your appointment time.
• Have your driver’s license and insurance card.
• If you have a Medicare Advantage Plan, please bring your Red, White, & Blue Medicare card.
• Wear clothing that allows us easy access to your arm.• Have your screening form filled out ahead of time.  This is required for first and second dose vaccinations.
• The pre-vaccination checklist is an educational resource to help you understand the reasons for screening questions.
• If you are concerned about any of your answers to these questions, please talk to your doctor before getting vaccinated.

Why I got the COVID-19 Vaccine Videos


 


Novel Coronavirus (also called COVID-19)

Click Here for the Latest Mercer County Specific Information!

COVID-19 Page.

 

 CDC Coronavirus Information

 Ohio Department of Health Coronavirus Information

Travel restrictions information


Bi-Annual Public Health Update

Click to here to read our Bi-Annual Public Health Update and learn about how you can get involved in the Mercer County Medical Reserve Corps and help your neighbors in a time of need.  You can also look at statistics on the incidence of various disease in the county and services provided by the health department.


Facility Inspections Available Online

View food establishment, campground and swimming pool inspection reports here.


HIV Screening Available

Do you think you may be at risk of contracting HIV due to a recent exposure?  Call 419-228-4457 extension 131 to be screened over the phone.  If you are considered high-risk for HIV exposure, a free test can be scheduled.  Find more information here.


Immunizations

We offer a wide variety of childhood and adult immunizations.  Important immunization information is found below.

Immunizations for Babies

Immunizations for Teens

Immunizations for Adults

https://www.immunize.org/catg.d/p2068.pdf – Clear Answers and Smart Advice about your Baby’s Shots by Ari Brown MD, FAAP

The following websites offer nationally recognized information on immunizations.

CDC Vaccines and Immunizations Page

Vaccine Information You Need

Call 419-586-3251 Ext 6-1462 to schedule. Print your immunization forms here to complete prior to appointment.  For more information, visit our immunizations page.


Pertussis

Pertussis, also know as whooping cough, is a highly contagious respiratory disease.  Pertussis is known for uncontrollable, violent coughing which often makes it hard to breathe.  Pertussis can affect people of all ages, but can be very serious, even deadly, for babies less than a year old.  The best way to protect against pertussis is by getting vaccinated.

CDC Pertussis Page


Head Lice

Adult head lice are roughly 2-3 millimeters long.  Head lice infest the head and neck and attach their eggs to the base of the hair shaft.  Lice move by crawling; they cannot hop or fly.  Head lice infestation is spread most commonly by close person-to-person contact.

CDC Head Lice Page


Scabies

For information on the treatment and prevention of scabies, visit Centers for Disease Control website at:

CDC Scabies FAQ


Check out our Upcoming Events page for Community Outreach!


Have you ever wondered what services are offered at Mercer County Health District?

Here’s our most recent BROCHURE.


The Mercer County 2019 Resource Handbook 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 District, 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 District 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.

Visit these related sites for more information: www.cdc.gov & www.odh.ohio.gov.

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