Welcome to Fairfield Department of Health

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As of June 14, 2021

Fairfield Department of Health is proud to announce that our COVID-19 vaccination clinic is currently being held at the River Valley Mall in Lancaster. Enter the mall by Old Navy and proceed straight ahead to the old Justice storefront.

Walk-ins are welcome at River Valley Mall:
Tuesday & Thursday: 12PM-6PM
Wednesday & Friday: 10AM-4PM

The mall location will close after June 25th and vaccinations will move to the Fairfield Department of Health offices at 1550 Sheridan Dr., Lancaster.

If you have not received the COVID-19 vaccine and are interested, please visit gettheshot.coronavirus.ohio.gov. Vaccine is available to everyone 12 and older.
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COVID-19 VACCINATION CLINIC UPDATES
Starting July 1st vaccination clinic will be back at Fairfield Department of Health. We will offer vaccinations on Tuesday, Thursdays, and ½ day Fridays for COVID-19. Please call our number 740-652-2800 to schedule your appointment today.
*Our clinic held at River Valley Mall will be completed on June 25th.
Walk-ins and scheduled visits are still welcome at that location through the 25th of June.

REGULAR VACCINE CLINIC UPDATES
Starting July 7th regular vaccination clinic will be back open.
We will offer regular vaccines on Mondays, Wednesdays, and ½ day Fridays.
This includes child/adult immunizations. Please call our number 740-652-2800 to schedule your appointment today.

THE IMPORTANCE OF IMMUNIZATION:
Myths + Facts
Schedule your child today to get updated on their vaccines, please call our number 740-652-2800 to schedule your appointment today.
We look forward to seeing you!
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Preventing Mosquito borne Disease
The Fairfield Department of Health reminds residents to take steps to protect themselves from West Nile Virus and other mosquito borne diseases as we enter the summer months.
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Fairfield Department of Health
Welcomes New Health Commissioner
Lancaster, Ohio – The Fairfield Department of Health has hired a new Health
Commissioner, Mr. Joe Ebel, effective Monday, April 19, 2021. Ebel will oversee all aspects of public health throughout the Fairfield County community by furthering the mission of preventing disease, protecting the environment, and promoting healthy lifestyles.
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Thank You
We wanted to take a moment to share our appreciation for our wonderful volunteers. These hardworking volunteers participate in contact tracing, schedule vaccination appointments, assist with vaccination clinics and perform various other duties.  Thank you so much!  We couldn’t do any of this without you!
Great News!
The Fairfield Department of Health is now a Nationally Accredited health department!

In the midst of all the craziness going on at the Fairfield Department of Health and in the world, we were informed today that we are now an accredited health department. To receive  accreditation, a health department must undergo a peerreviewed assessment process to ensure it meets or exceeds a set of quality and performance standards and measures.

Please help us in congratulating all the employees of The Fairfield Department of Health on their hard work and dedication during this process!