The launch of the Meigs County Active Transportation Wikimap As the popularity and necessity of walking and biking increase, information is sought to assess the current conditions of walk and… Read more »
boil order lifted
Boil Order Salisbury Twp.
Meigs County BOH Members Retire Two Meigs County Board of Health Members retired after the last BOH meeting on March 14, 2017. Pictured, l-r are retiree Dr. James Witherell, Board… Read more »
The Ohio Department of Health has provided us with 10 doses of FREE Varivax (chicken pox) vaccine for Meigs County residents 19 years or older who are UNINSURED. These will… Read more »
The Ohio Department of Health has provided us with 10 doses of FREE Zostavax (Shingles) vaccine for Meigs County residents who are UNINSURED. These will be administered on a first… Read more »
Meigs-Health has no Meningitis A (Menactra) available for those with Medicaid or No Insurance at this time. We expect a shipment soon and will advertise when it becomes available. Thank… Read more »
There will be NO NURSING SERVICES available on Wednesday, August 17, 2017. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
Flood Cleanup Kits are available at the Meigs Cooperative Parish in the Mulberry Community Center. Items include mops, brooms, bleach and other cleanup items. Call the center at 740-992-7400 from… Read more »
The Meigs County Health Department has made the very tough decision to NOT APPLY for the Fiscal Year 2017, 5-Year Competitive Cycle Reproductive Health and Wellness Program (RHWP) (Family Planning)… Read more »
The Meigs County Health Department is now offering the EVZIO Auto-Injector (injectable Naloxone) effective December 2016. The EVZIO Kit replaces the former Project DAWN Kits (nasal Naloxone) that the… Read more »
Meigs County Health Department has Zostavax vaccine to prevent herpes zoster (shingles). Each Tuesday is walk-in shot clinic from 9-11AM and 1-3PM.. On other weekdays, immunizations are given by appointment…. Read more »
The Meigs County Health Department uses Vaxcare to supply vaccines for adults and children aged birth through 18 who have commercial insurance coverage. We cannot currently afford to purchase vaccine… Read more »