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Address:
Madison County Health Department
306 Lafayette St. Suite B     PO Box 467
London, OH 43140

Phone: (740) 852-3065

Fax: (740) 852-5418

E-mail: mchd@co.madison.oh.us

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Health Commissioner
Director of Nursing
Director of Environmental Health
Plumbing
WIC (Acting Director)
Emergency Response
Registrar/Vital Statistics
Epidemiology 
Health Ed (Car Seats Smoking, Radon)
Recycling and Litter Prevention
Mary Ann Webb
Susan Young
Jennifer Michaelson
Tom Spayth
Cheryl Vermillion
Pat Lentz
Susie Hyden
Kathy Husek
 Alexis Evans
Darlene Steele
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After Hours Emergency Number - 740-506-6458


The Madison County/London City Health District is committed to caring for our community through professional services to ensure optimal health and wellness for our citizens.


Priority Goals for the Health Department

  • Increase public health perception of Health Department Services
  • Increase prevention and wellness programs including chronic disease
  • Develop and expand health education
  • Improve collaboration with outside agencies (improve existing and create new)



Love your leftovers - Even if they were refrigerated properly (below 40 °F) and promptly, the leftovers from your Thanksgiving feast should be eaten, frozen or discarded by Monday, November 28. If leftovers have been in your refrigerator for more than 4 days - toss them! Don't love your leftovers for too long. 

To reduce risk of foodborne illness, reheat cooked leftovers to 165 °F as measured with a food thermometer. Sauces, soups and gravies should be reheated by bringing them to a boil.

When microwaving leftovers, make sure there are no cold spots in food (where bacteria can survive). Cover food, stir and rotate for even cooking. Remember to use a food thermometer to check the temperature! 

Visit Holiday Food Safety  for tasty leftover recipes, including Colorful Turkey Pasta Salad and Turkey-Vegetable Hash Brown Quiche!

 Need last-minute turkey guidance? More Turkey Safety tips. 

Holiday Food Safety Success Kit from the Partnership for Food Education

MCLCHD-ERP

ODH Closed POD Guide

2011 Flu Shot Clinic Dates

Regulation 12 - Animal Bites

Lyme Disease Awareness

2010 Annual Report

Flood Cleanup Tips

Central Ohio Bed Bug Task Force

http://centralohiobedbugs.org

  • Bed Bug Top 10 Questions and Answers
  • Do I have Bed Bugs? Handout from Central Ohio Bed Bug Task Force: English and Espanol
  • Tips for Travelers
  • Bed Bug Do’s and Don’ts Checklist
  • Bed Bug Identification Fact Sheet
  • Bed Bug Myths Fact Sheet
  • Prevention/Eradication Fact Sheet
  • Guidance for Families / Individuals
  • Guidance for Professionals – Fire & EMS, Schools, Health Professionals, Social Services, Landlords and Realtors, Hospitality and Retail

Tips for shopping at Thrift Stores

Ohio State University Extension Fact Sheet – Bedbugs

Ohio Department of Health-Zoonotic Disease Program

Ohio Department of Health-Bed Bugs: Know the Facts

Preventing and Getting Rid of Bed Bugs Safely (New York vs Bed Bugs)

New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Fact Sheet for the Home

http://www.centralohiobedbugs.org/pdf/landreal_stopBedBugs.pdf


The Health Department promotes healthy lifestyles and up-to-date immunizations.The Health Department “rounded up” employees for the Ox Roast Parade.