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Letter from the Health Commissioner to Wayne County

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ODH COVID-19 CALL CENTER

ODH Call Center 7 days a week 9:00 am - 8:00 pm 1-833-427-5634

COVID-19

The Health Department is available to answer questions Monday through Friday, 8:00am - 4:30pm. Call 330-264-9590. Citizens can also call the WHIRE call center at 330-263-6363, which is open from 8:00 am - 8:00 pm.

WIC WAlk-In Hours

WIC Walk-in

WIC is suspending walk in days. All appointments need to be scheduled in advance. Call 330-264-1942

LAWN

APPOINTMENTS NEEDED

Nursing Walk-In Clinics have been cancelled. Please call 330-264-9590 if you require immunizations or other nursing services.

Flu Season Update

Flu Activity Report

Flu activity in Wayne County for the week of March 8 - 14

News
Posted: 03/25/2020

WCHD received notice of a confirmed COVID-19 case. 

Posted: 02/07/2020

 Ohio flu hospitalizations are rising.

Events
Apr
01
10:00 AM
- Health Department Building - Lower Level Conference Room - 203 S Walnut St
Apr
03
9:00 AM
- Mt. Eaton Care Center, 9176 Winesburg Road, Mt. Eaton
Apr
08
10:00 AM
- Health Department Building - Lower Level Conference Room - 203 S Walnut St
Apr
15
2:00 PM
- Health Department Building - Lower Level Conference Room - 203 S Walnut St
Walnut Street office
Walnut Street Office

The main office on Walnut Street serves all of your public health needs through general administration and the WIC, Vital Stats and Patient Care programs. 

203 S. Walnut Street

Wooster, OH 44691

Phone: (330)-264-9590

Fax: (330)-262-2538

Liberty Street office
Environmental Office

The Wayne County Health Department Environmental Health Unit prevents and controls the spread of communicable diseases and minimize safety and health hazards.

428 W. Liberty Street

Wooster, OH 44691

Phone: (330) 264-2426

Fax: (330)-262-8433 

Wayne County Health Improvement Plan
Wayne County Community Health Improvement Plan

Several healthcare and social service providers and agencies in Wayne County have been working together for the past year to prioritize goals and formulate strategies to address various health concerns for Wayne County residents. The group came up with specific strategies to address physical health, mental health, and substance use disorders that exist within our community,