The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirmed the first case of 2019 Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in the United Sates. The patient is from the state of Washington and recently returned from Wuhan, China. For more information visit
The WCHD has the following job openings:
Healthcare – Secretary 1
If you missed our class Monday night, the 1/13/20 lesson we went over in the class is available online in our Weight Management section.
Please join us for our next class at 4:30 pm on Monday January 27. The class is located in our conference room at 416 South East St., Lebanon. Enter through the front of the building and walk straight ahead to the conference room.
Our January Newsletter is now available.
To view/print your copy today simply follow the link below.
Agenda for the December 17 meeting at 6pm is now available. Please see the Board of Health section to review this agenda. You will also be able to review agendas and approved minutes from past meetings.
The Warren County Health District will be offering a seasonal flu vaccination walk-in clinic for the public on Tuesday, November 12th and Tuesday, November 19th from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. at the Warren County Health District located at 416 S. East St., Lebanon. WCHD will have nurses available to come to the car to give flu shots for those individuals with mobility difficulties. For those needing car side service, please call 513-695-1468 upon arrival.
Do you need health insurance? Would you like assistance finding out if you are eligible for Medicaid or what options you have for Marketplace Health Insurance? A Navigator from Resolute is available at WCHD on Thursdays. Schedule your appt. by calling 513-695-2475. Open to all Warren County residents.
National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day is this Saturday, October 26th. It is sponsored by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and is held twice each year. Gather your old, unused or expired medications and take them to a drop off location. Visit www.DEATakeBack.com to find a collection site near you. Sites will accept most pills and patches. They cannot accept liquids or needles.