Infectious Disease Prevention
Foodborne Illness Reporting
Responds to and investigates foodborne illness complaints from the public.
Food Safety Program
Licenses and inspects food service operations and retail food and educates food workers to prevent foodborne illness.
Infectious Disease Investigation
Investigates reported cases of communicable disease, monitors disease in community; and prevents spread of disease.
Infectious Disease Reporting System (IDRS)
For health care and laboratories only to report communicable disease to the local health department.
Immunizations and education for children and adults.
Mosquito & Insect Control
Reduce disease spread to humans by insects, such as West Nile Virus.
Project L.O.V.E. (Love Our kids Vaccinate Early)
Community partnership helping Franklin County children to be vaccinated by age 2 and adult services to prevent Hepatitis.
Offers rabies vaccination clinics, investigates reported animal bites, and provides community education.
Education and outreach for adults and children, provides limited free adult flu vaccine, and assists businesses offering flu vaccination for employees.
Sexually Transmitted Infection Prevention
Offers quality services to prevent and control Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI's).
Training for Childcare
Offers a 6-hour communicable disease training course for childcare providers.
Tuberculosis Control (TB)
Works to stop TB disease from spreading, and educates the community.
Licenses and inspects public swimming pools, spas, spray parks, and other facilities to prevent water-borne illness.