Health Department
  Coshocton County
Health Department
724 S. Seventh Street
Coshocton, Ohio 43812

(740) 622-1426
Fax (740) 295-7576

Hours of Operation
Mon. - Fri. 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

We are open most business hours. However, District Health is intermittently closed due to staffing issues that relate to funding. We apologize for the inconvenience.

The Coshocton County
Health Department is located
in the County Services Building at
724 South Seventh Street between
the fairgrounds (Kenilworth Ave.)
and Job & Family Services (Pine Street).

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Emergency Preparedness


2014 Measles Outbreak

Measles Information Line-(740) 295-7317 

The Center for Disease Control, the Ohio Department of Health and local health departments in the state continue to investigate the outbreak of measles. The outbreak began with unvaccinated travelers to the Philippines. It is one of the largest the country has seen in 20 years and is rapidly spreading across the state.

There are currently no scheduled measles specific clinics in the area.  Contact the Health department in the county that you live in to schedule an MMR vaccine.


Call the Coshocton County Health Department at 740- 295-7307 to schedule an MMR appointment for adults or or call  the Maternal & Child Health Center at 740-622-2999 to schedule vaccination appointments for children.

Call the Coshocton City Health Department at 740-622-1736 for an appointment or clinic info.

Call the Holmes County Health Department at 330-674-5035 or Toll Free at 877-674-5035 for an appointment or clinic info.

Or call the Knox County Health Department at 740-399-8009 for an appointment or clinic info.


 Measles Fact Sheet

Summer Travel Poster

As of July 11th, the Coshocton County Health Department currently has confirmed 44 cases of measles in the county. Ohio has 368 cases in a nine county area.

There have been 10 hospitalizations reported; most have recovered on their own.

Measles is an acute, highly contagious respiratory disease caused by a virus that is easily spread.  Symptoms of the measles usually appear within 7-18 days after exposure. The disease is highly contagious and can be transmitted from four days prior to the onset of the rash to four days after the onset.   Anyone who is not immunized and gets exposed to the disease has a high likelihood of getting ill.

Immunization is the most effective way to protect yourself and your family from vaccine-preventable diseases,” said ODH Interim Director Lance Himes.  “When fully vaccinated, the Measles Mumps and Rubella (MMR) vaccine is 99 percent effective in preventing the measles.”

The Coshocton County Health Department is offering the MMR vaccine to both children and adults. To schedule vaccination appointments for children call 622-2999. To schedule appointments for adults, call 295-7307.  “We encourage all residents to consult with their physician and get vaccinated to protect themselves from this highly contagious virus,” said Health Commissioner Bob Brems of the Coshocton County Health Department.


                                                                                 Learn more about measles!

Ohio Department of Health

Center for Disease Control

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