Fayette County Public Health
Washington Court House, Ohio
Immunizations, Family Planning, and School Nursing are just a few of the services provided by our nursing staff.
Environmental Health
The Environmental Health division protects and promotes public health and safety through public education and enforcement of state rules and regulations.
Emergency Preparedness
If disaster strikes, are you prepared? The Emergency Preparedness page offers helpful links and information.
Healthy Families
WIC, Help Me Grow, and Health Education programs are all programs designed to promote the health and well-being of Fayette County families.
317 S. Fayette Street
Washington Court House, Ohio 43160
Phone: 740-335-5910
Fax: 740-333-3528
Email: fayecohd@fayette-co-oh.com
General Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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Emergency Preparedness
Vital Statistics
Health Education
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Fayette County Health District
317 S. Fayette Street
Washington C.H., OH 43160
General Phone: 740-335-5910
Environmental Health: 740-333-3590
WIC: 740-333-3552
Help Me Grow: 740-335-5111
General Fax: 740-333-3528
24/7 Phone Number: 740-505-1936
Medical RF
Medical Reserve Corps
Contracted Insurance Companies
The Fayette County Health Department accepts the following insurance:

Aetna, Aetna Medicare

Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield




Medicare (for Flu, Pneumonia and Hep B Only)

Medical Mutual


Ohio Medicaid

Ohio PPO Connect


United Healthcare, United Healthcare Community
Plan, UMR

Local Solid Waste and
Septic Haulers
Click on the links below for a list of septic and solid waste haulers currently approved by the Fayette County Health District. List subject to change.
Updates will be provided on a timely basis.

Solid Waste Haulers

Septage Haulers
24/7 Phone Number and Notifiable/Reportable Conditions Line: 740-505-1936
Environmental Health Rules & Regulations - Ohio Administrative Code /
Ohio Revised Code
Family Planning is now Reproductive Health and Wellness
We are excited to announce that the new year has ushered in a new look for one of the programs at Fayette County Public Health.

Tracy Dye, R.N., Family Planning Coordinator, has announced that the clinic previously known as Family Planning will now be the Reproductive Health and Wellness Program. This change for the local clinic is consistent with the focus of the Ohio Department of Health to comprehensively address issues of reproductive health and wellness.

In addition to family planning, the services provided will help families to screen for diseases or other health conditions. This is done by performing gynecological exams, breast exams, testing for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), HIV testing, male testicular and prostate exams and prescribing birth control. FCPH staff also performs pregnancy tests and provides referrals to a multitude of services that improve pregnancy outcomes as well as the health of mothers and babies such as obstetrician-gynecologists and maternal-child health programs. In addition to Tracy, clinic staff includes Certified Nurse Practitioner Darci Moore, Registered Nurse Ashley Roberts and clerk Heidi Phipps.

Walk-in clinics will be held on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month from 1-4 p.m. The first clinic was held Wednesday, January 2, 2019. Those wishing to schedule an appointment can do so by calling Fayette County Public Health at 740-335-5910.

Ashley Roberts, RN; Darci Moore, CNP; and Tracy Dye, RN, BSN
Fayette County Public Health and United Way will host a Better Vision Better Hope FREE eye clinic on Wednesday, February 27, 2019 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

If you do not have insurance you may call 740-335-5910 to schedule an appointment for an eye exam and a pair of glasses. You will pick out a pair of glasses after the exam and return the next week to pick them up.

Spaces are limited so please call soon!!
Better Vision, Better Hope Eye Clinic on February 27
Severe weather expected - be prepared
The National Weather Service reports that an arctic blast of cold temperatures will move into the region on Tuesday night behind an arctic cold front. Wind chills as low as 30 to 35 below zero are possible, with the coldest wind chills as low as 40 below zero possible on Wednesday and Thursday morning. The dangerously cold wind chills could cause frostbite on exposed skin in as little as 10 minutes.

The links below contain information to help you before, during and after the cold weather.

Winter Health Safety & Tips

Food Safety in an Emergency

Private Water Systems Information

Portable Generator Safety

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Emergency Flood Cleanup and Mold