The Nursing Division continues its commitment to provide preventive health services to the community. These services are made possible through the combined efforts of the health department and state and local agencies and organizations. Most of these services are provided free of charge or for a reduced fee to the residents of Columbiana County.
Immunizations are provided for infants, children, adolescents, and adults. The Get Vaccinated Grant through the Ohio Department of Health provides local education and quality assurance for immunization programs in the private sector.
- School Immunization Summary 2019-20 (PDF)
- Vaccine for Adults (PDF)
- Tips for Locating an Old Shot Record (PDF)
- Tetanus Vaccines & Emergencies (PDF)
The Children with Medical Handicaps Program (CMH) provides medical assistance to children with special health care needs and their families who meet the medical and financial eligibility criteria. Assistance is provided to children under the age of 21 who have special health care needs and are residents of the State of Ohio.
Although CMH covers a wide range of services, it is important to know BCMH does not cover all the services a child with special health care needs may require, nor are all services available for every diagnosis. Services must be related to the child’s BCMH-eligible condition.
Please contact the Columbiana County Health Department with questions about the CMH program, or to apply for services.
There are two types of tests used to detect TB bacteria in the body: the TB skin test and TB blood test. A positive TB skin test or TB blood test only tells that a person has been infected with TB bacteria. It does not tell whether the person has latent TB infection or has progressed to TB disease. Other tests, such as chest x-ray and a sample of sputum are needed to see whether the person has TB disease.
Diagnosis: If a person is found to be infected with TB bacteria, other tests are needed to see if the person has latent TB infection or TB disease.
The Health Department offers TB skin testing. We offer both the one step and two step testing.
- Must have an appointment.
- Must be established with a physician.
Cost: The cost is $15. We accept cash or check payment only.
To make your appointment please call 330-424-0272 Ext 114.
Communicable Disease and Perinatal Hepatitis B Surveillance: Communicable Disease Reports are maintained and case follow-up is conducted to prevent and control outbreaks and epidemics of disease. The Perinatal Hepatitis B Program ensures that newborns and household contacts of Hepatitis B positive pregnant women receive free vaccine and follow-up to assist in the elimination of this disease.
HEALTH SERVICES AVAILABLE AT COLUMBIANA COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT
|Children’s Immunizations||2 months – 18 years||FREE|
|Bureau For Children* With Medical Handicaps||Birth – 21 years||§ Free public health nurse assistance for program application
§ Medical treatment and services provided specific to handicap condition
§ State financial guidelines determine approval for services and treatment
|County Communicable Disease Investigation and Tracking||Health District Residency||Free to residents of General Health District|
|Blood Pressure Screenings||Health District Residency||Free to residents of General Health District|
|TB Tests||Available to Everyone||$15.00|
|Pap Tests and Pelvic Exams||Call for more Info||Free or Reduced Fee|
|Mammograms||Call for more info||Free or Bill Private Insurance|
|PSA Blood Tests||Available to Men||Free or Reduced Fee|
|Skin Cancer Screening||Available to Everyone||Free or Reduced Fee|