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Working For Cincinnati's Health & Wellness
The Cincinnati Health Department is working to improve the health and wellness of Cincinnati citizens every minute of every day.
The Health Department ensures your neighborhood is protected from disease-carrying pests, your hot dog at the stadium is safe to eat, your child gets the proper immunizations, and when there's a disease outbreak or other health threat, the department is at the scene, detecting, communicating and mitigating. Read More
Dr. Noble Maseru
Cincinnati Health Commissioner
Dr. Noble A-W Maseru, Ph.D., M.P.H., holds a bachelor of science degree from Wayne State University, a master of public health from the Emory University School of Medicine and a doctorate in health policy from Atlanta University.
He earned a fellowship from the Accrediting Commission on Health Education for Health Services Administration in Washington, D.C., and served in the Site Visitor Training Program of the Council on Education for Public Health. Read More
Contact The Health Department
Cincinnati Health Department
3101 Burnet Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45229
Detailed List: Services & Staff
- Come Celebrate National Public Health Week on Fountain Square
Come Celebrate National Public Health Week on Fountain Square!
Saturday April 12th 11AM to 1PM
- Get Enrolled! HealthCare.gov Help
Thought about signing up with HealthCare.gov? Local resources can help you get enrolled.
- Thanks To Dental Partners P&G, AAPD
The Cincinnati Health Department recognizes Procter & Gamble and Healthy Smiles, Healthy Children: The Foundation of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry for their generous donations to CHD's Crest Smile Shoppe and to benefit Cincinnati children in need of dental hygiene products.
- Bed Bugs Decline
Data released from the Greater Cincinnati Survey, a statistically valid survey conducted by the University of Cincinnati’s Institute for Policy Research, shows that the percent of Cincinnati residents experiencing problems with bed bugs has continued to decline, from 22 percent in 2009 to 15 percent in 2012. Health Officials credit strategic plan, community partnerships.
- Resources For Quitting Smoking
Find tips from former smokers on how to quit.