Findlay City Health Department
1644 Tiffin Avenue, Suite A
Findlay, Ohio 45840
Health Commissioner Stephen D. Mills, D.O.
Hours: 8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M. Monday - Friday
Birth and Death Certificates are issued between the hours of 8:30 A.M. and 4:00 P.M.
TB skin tests available Tuesdays and Fridays from 3:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. on a walk-in basis.
We are located at 1644 Tiffin Avenue, Suite A - the white building located behind Commercial Savings, which is between Burger King and First National Bank.
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OUR MISSION: To improve individual and community health through comprehensive programs and activities that monitor, prevent, and track disease and injury, promote healthy lifestyles, and reduce environmental risks for people of all ages who visit, live, or work in Findlay.
The History of the Findlay Board of Health goes back to the threat of small pox in 1849 when Findlay was only a borough. The present day health department provides many more services to area residents since its humble beginnings.
The Administration and Staff are governed by the City Board of Health, and the Ohio Department of Health.
The Environmental Health Division provides inspections of food service and retail food facilities, public swimming pools, manufactured home parks, tattoo parlors, public and private schools. This list contains only a few of their services.
The Plumbing Division issues permits and provides inspections for all residential plumbing (except repairs) performed within the city limits, and commercial plumbing inspections within Hancock County.
The Nursing/Immunization Division provides various health education programs including immunizations, TB testing, blood pressure screenings, car seat inspections, BCMH, HIV testing, and communicable diesease surveillance.
The Vital Statistics Division registers births and deaths occurring within the city limits of Findlay. Certified copies of births occurring within the State of Ohio and deaths occuring within the city limits of Findlay are available for purchase while you wait or can be ordered by mail or on-line.
The Emergency Prepardness Division uses an all-hazards approach to provide community members with information to plan for man-made and natural disasters.