Health

The Sharonville Board of Health has contracted with Hamilton County Public Health to provide health services to our community.  In doing so, Sharonville joins 44 other Hamilton County jurisdictions which are serviced by this agency, including Blue Ash, Evendale, Glendale, Montgomery and Loveland.  The Hamilton County Public Health website is as follows:  www.hamiltoncountyhealth.org – they can also be followed on Facebook at www.facebook.com/HamCoHealth

Hamilton County Public Health is known for its high level of service.  As Rick Hodges, the Director of the Ohio Department of Health has stated, “we are very familiar with the resources, staffing and quality services Hamilton County Public Health brings to communities across the county.  Hamilton County Public Health has gained national attention for its programmatic efforts and is routinely selected to share best practices across the state and country.”  There are many examples, but two recent recognitions are note-worthy:

  • In 2013, Hamilton County Public Health was recognized with the Crumbine Award, an international recognition, for having the best Food Protection Program in the United States and Canada and
  • In 2014, the Hamilton County Public Health Commissioner, Tim Ingram, was a recipient of a “Champions of Public Health” award by the Ohio State University for his Community Leadership.  
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What services will be offered?  Hamilton County Public Health will be providing a Vaccination for Children (VFC) program and Flu Clinics (contact number:  513-946-7600).  They will also be providing services, such as restaurant and pool inspections, to our business community (contact number 513-946-7847).  The Sharonville Chamber of Commerce knows of, and supports, this partnership. 

In addition to the above, the Sharonville Board of Health has decided to continue offering other nursing-related services to our community; therefore, home health checks, community health screenings, school-related health screenings and other services will still be offered to residents through a Board of Health nurse (contact City Hall at 513-563-1722).  Food Pantry inquiries should also call City Hall at 513-563-1722.