The Perry County Health Department would like to thank the community and our partners for being so understanding and willing to assist during our transition.

We are currently located at 600 Senior Center Drive in New Lexington (just past the Perry County Senior Center).  We are still having issues with our phone service.  If you can’t reach us by calling 740-342-5179 please try using the following cell phone numbers:  Nursing 740-684-0004, Nuisance and Landfill &40-621-3235, Septic and Water 740-621-1276, and General Environmental Health 740-684-0124.

Thank you for your patience and understanding!

Perry County Health Department, 600 Senior Center Drive, New Lexington

Distaster Preparedness
Get Help to Quit Smoking

Immunizations

Immunizations are definitely less risky and an easier way to become immune to a particular disease than risking a milder form of the disease itself. They are important for both adults and children in that they can protect us from the many diseases out there.  Learn more

Disaster Preparedness

Disaster preparedness means being ready if a disaster or emergency strikes.  It is important to know what we can expect, and how you will respond to a disaster before it happens. Learn more

Help to Quit Smoking

Quitting smoking can be one of the hardest things you will ever do, but it’s worth it.  If you are thinking about quitting or have already quit, the Perry County Health Department has a Tobacco Treatment Specialist who can help you be successful.  Learn More

Car Seat Program

The Perry County Health Department provides car seats to eligible low-income families who do not have a car seat for their child or whose child has outgrown their safety seat.
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Need a copy of your birth certificate or a copy of a death certificate?  For just $25, you can order a copy!

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Avoid Mosquito and Tick Bites!

See the links below for more information on how to avoid mosquito and tick bites, and mosquito and tick borne diseases.

         Prevent Mosquito and Tick Bites        Mosquitos and Mosquito Borne Diseases            Ticks and Tick Borne Diseases