Need information about shots? Call the Public Health Clinic at (812) 353-3244. The nursing staff is located at 333 E. Miller Drive.
The Monroe County Health Officer sent a declaration of a local public health emergency to the Commissioners as part of the required process to request a Syringe Access Program (SAP). View that declaration here.
View the Monroe County Health Department's statement on Syringe Access Programs here.
An old post from Fox 59 is circulating on Facebook noting a case of measles in Monroe County. This post is from 2013. There are no cases of measles in Monroe County at this time.
Please take time to check the date of social media posts before sharing. Social media is a great way to share public health messages, but can also cause unnecessary worry when old posts such as these are shared.
Renewal forms are now available to print from our website or can be picked up in our office!
Due to a change in the county ordinance, the licensing year for retail food establishments has been revised. Your 2015 license will expire on the last day of February, 2016 and the expiration date will be noted on your license.
The mission of the Monroe County Health Department is to protect, promote and improve the health of all people in Monroe County.
Leading and partnering to create a healthier and safer Monroe County Community.
Monroe County ranks 7th in Health Factors and 14th in Health Outcomes (out of 92 counties in Indiana) according to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's County Health Rankings.
Birth or Death Certificates,
please call (812) 349-2542.
Food Establishment Permits, Inspections and Complaints,
please call (812) 349-2896.
Septic or Campground Permits, Inspections and Complaints,
please call (812) 349-2834 or (812) 349-2073.
Swimming Pools, Lead, Radon, Animal Bites, Mosquito Monitoring and Other Environmental Issues,
please call (812) 349-2882.