What is the Public Health Clinic?
The Public Health Clinic at Richland Public Health provides non-emergency public health care services for people of all ages who are residents of Richland County. Services are available by appointment.
To better meet your needs, we schedule appointments during business hours. Walk-ins are seen as time permits. To avoid wait times, appointments are suggested. We are open until 6 p.m. on most Wednesdays.
At our clinic, nurses provide immunizations, conduct pre-natal, well-child, and school-based clinics as well as general health clinics along with the additional support of a health educator, social worker, and dietitian. Immunizations are offered at Neighborhood Clinics throughout the county and our International Travel Program provides consultation and the required vaccines for residents traveling outside the country.
Director of Nursing
Richland Public Health Clinic programs
International Travel Program
TB & STD Testing
Richland Public Health Clinic schedules
Fees for most services are based on a sliding scale and no one is refused childhood immunizations due to inability to pay. Medicare/Medicaid cards & Medicaid Managed Care accepted. An interpreter may be arranged if needed for foreign language or hearing impaired clients.
As we continue to provide you and your family with quality, low-cost medical care, we must remain responsible with finances.
- If we are a provider for your insurance: You will be required to pay co-pays and deductibles at the time of service. This is required in order for the Health Department to bill your insurance company as a courtesy.
- If we are not a provider for your insurance: FULL PAY is expected at the time of service
- If Medicaid is your secondary insurance coverage, the Health Department will bill your primary insurance as required.
Self Pay or Sliding FeePatients
Proof of household income
- Fee due at time of services.
The Health Department does free and anonymous/confidential testing for HIV by appointment. For further information, see our TB & STD Testing page.
Contact the Public Health Clinic
All questions regarding birth and death certificate copies or spelling corrections should be directed to the Deputy Registrar
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 8a – 4:30p
Wednesdays 9:30a – 6p
Friday 8a – 4p
555 Lexington Avenue
Mansfield, OH 44907