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Nursing/Clinics

Public Health Nursing Department
Phone (513) 887-5253
Fax (513) 863-4391

Through partnerships and collaborations, the Public Health Nursing Department provides services to the entire community to promote health and prevent disease. Please feel free to call us at 513-863-5253. We are happy to help you to promote good health and prevent disease.

Vaccination Clinics
We are specialists in vaccines for the prevention of communicable diseases for both children and adults. We participate in the Vaccines for Children program that allows us to provide childhood vaccines at very low cost. We offer international travel vaccines for anyone planning an overseas trip. Arrangements can often be made to provide certain vaccines on site if needed (at schools, churches, public vaccines clinics).

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Vaccination Clinics7 documents

  • Clinic Schedule
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  • Clinic Brochures (English)
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  • Clinic Brochures (Spanish)
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  • Important New Information About the Cost of Vaccines for Children
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  • Fee Schedule for Nursing Services
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  • Vaccination Record Request Form (if available)
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  • Form for bringing a child to clinic if you are not the parent (requires parent signature)
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Vaccine Information  - For Parents5 documents

  • What is Community Immunity
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  • Can We Get Too Many Vaccines
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  • Vaccines When Your Child is Sick
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  • Vaccines, Autism, and Safety
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  • Vaccine Safety for Parents
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Communicable Diseases17 documents

  • Reporting a Communicable Disease to the Butler County Health District
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  • Ohio Disease Reporting Form
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  • Know Your ABCs - Disease Reporting
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  • Hepatitis ABC
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  • Protecting Yourself from Mosquitos in the US
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  • Protecting Yourself from Mosquitos When Traveling to Tropical Countries
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  • Zika Virus
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  • Tick Bites and Lyme Disease
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  • Lyme Disease
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  • Pertussis (Whooping Cough) Questions and Answers
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  • Pertussis (Whooping Cough)
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  • Take Action to Fight the Flu
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  • Acute Flaccid Myelitis (AFM)
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Norovirus Information4 documents

  • Noro Key Facts
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  • Prevent the Spread of Noro
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  • Food Handling to Prevent Noro
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  • Cleaning up Norovirus
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TB (Tuberculosis)4 documents

  • TB Program Information Information
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  • Basic TB Facts
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  • Patient & General Public TB Information
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  • Tuberculosis (TB) Information for  Providers & General Public
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Vaccine Education For Providers1 document

  • AFIX/MOBI/TIES
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Infant Mortality Reduction Initiative  Moms & Babies First Program9 documents

  • Butler County Partnership (PRIM), Reaching More First Birthdays!
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  • Ohio Infant Mortality Reduction Initiative Program Fact Sheet
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  • Ohio Infant Mortality Reduction Initiative Overview
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  • Moms & Babies First Program
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  • Butler County Chart Book on Infant Mortality
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  • Butler County Community Health Assessment: Infant Mortality, Child and Family Health
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  • Child Fatality Review Report
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  • Social Determinents of Infant Mortality Executive Summary
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  • Fetal Infant Mortality Review (FIMR) Program
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For Mothers Who Have Lost a Baby1 document

  • Grief Resources
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HIV Testing2 documents

  • HIV Testing Schedule
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  • HIV Testing and Tb
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Sexual Education Information4 documents

  • Maximum Freedom Inc.
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  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) Fact Sheets
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  • HIV Testing
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  • HIV/Sexually Transmitted Infection Information
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Other Programs3 documents

  • Perinatal Hepatitis B
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  • Ohio's Perinatal Hepatis B Program
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  • Exchange Program
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Hepatitis C Cases 2012-20151 document

  • Hepatitis C Cases 2012-2015
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Transportation Options / Access To Care9 documents

  • Butler County Regional Transit Authority
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  • Hope House Mission
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  • Butler County Department of Jobs and Family Services
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  • Paramount Advantage
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  • Ohio Medicaid
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  • Molina
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  • UHC Community Plan Ohio
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  • Buckeye Health Plan
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  • Caresource
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