Richland Public Health Personal Health Services Common Personal Health Services Birth & Death Certificates Application for Copy of Birth of Death Records Immunizations Neighborhood immunization schedule and recommendations. WIC Find out if you qualify for WIC Benefits for your family. All Services Birth & Death Certificates Application for Copy of Birth & Death Record. Blood Pressure & Heart Health Richland Public Health is asking residents to watch their blood pressure as a way of tracking their heart health. Breast & Cervical Cancer Project (BCCP) Please contact the Ohio Department of Health BCCP number, 1-844-430-2227 and select Option 1. Mammograms, Breast Exams, Pap Tests and Follow-up Screenings. Children with Medical Handicaps (CMH) Richland Public Health’s Children with Medical Handicaps (CMH) is a program designed to help families of children with possible medical problems get early detection and help to provide financial support if long-term care or treatment is needed Food Recalls Periodically, the Health Department will post food recall announcements when the recall affects Richland County food items or grocery stores, is an Ohio or national recall, or involves a foodborne illness outbreak. Health Information Downloads Download information on a variety of health concerns from Richland Public Health Health Screenings Quick links to Richland Public Health’s Neighborhood Immunizations and Community Health Screenings. How Do I Get Immunization Records? We get it. Losing immunizations records, either your own or those of a family member, can be really frustrating. We hope we can help. Immunizations – Child and Adult Downloadable PDF documents of the Neighborhood Immunization Schedule and Immunization Recommendations. International Travel Immunizations Services for the international traveler are available at Richland Public Health through our International Travel Services program. Lead Poisoning and Children Learn about lead poisoning and the dangerous affects on children. Find out how Richland Public Health nurse case management can help. Prenatal/Newborn Home Visits Free Nurse Home Visit for Richland County Moms . . . because your pregnancy and newborn baby didn’t come with an instruction manual! Patient Portal Sign-up Information The Patient Portal enables our patients to communicate with our nurses and staff members easily, safely, and securely via the Internet. Rabies/Animal Control Rabies is an infectious viral disease that affects the nervous system of humans and other mammals. People get rabies from the bite of an animal with rabies (a rabid animal). Safe Sleep Information on Safe Sleep for Babies, including a Safe Sleep checklist and information on how you may be eligible for a FREE “pack-n-play” baby crib. Safe Medicine Disposal Safe disposal options for needles and syringes and safe disposal of unused medicines. Services for Adults & Seniors Birth and Death Certificates, Immunizations, International Travel Service/Immunizations, Tuberculosis (TB) Testing, Senior Driving Refresher Course, Community Health Screenings Services for Pregnant & New Mothers Pregnancy Tests, WIC, Birth & Death Certificates, Car Seat Education Services for Infants & Children WIC, CMH, Child Immunizations, Child Car Seat Education Program Services for Teens Immunizations & TB Testing Summer Safety Summer Safety and Health Issues: Weather Tips for heat and lightning, Heat Safety, Dangers of children left in cars, Recreational Water Hazards, Safe Swimming, Skin Cancer Awareness, and Picnic Food Safety. TB Testing Tuberculosis Testing Wash Your Hands! Keeping hands clean is one of the most important steps we can take to avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others. Weather Safety Tips Weather can change in a minute. Be prepared with these weather tips. WIC Appointment and Health History Forms To make it easier for WIC Services in Richland and Ashland Counties, you can now print out copies of the necessary forms at home! Completing the forms at home will save you time when you come in for your WIC appointment. Winter Safety Tips Winter weather means being prepared personally as well as for your home, for vehicle, your indoor and outdoor activities and being able to help others by recognizing the signs of frostbite and hypothermia. When a winter storm hits, make sure you are ready.