City of Shelby Health Department
Marilyn S. John Dr. Ajay Chawla
Mayor Medical Director/Health
John Harbeck, R.S. Jennifer Perkins, BSN, RN
Director of Environmental Health Director of Nursing
Andrea Barnes, R.S. Kim Barnes, LPN
Registered Sanitarian Administrative Assistant
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DEVELOPMENT OF OHIO'S PROPOSED SEWAGE TREATMENT RULES
The Ohio Department of Health has released information on the proposed sewage treatment rules. Please click here for more information.
RESTAURANT AND SWIMMING POOL INSPECTION REPORTS
Restaurant and Swimming Pool Inspection Reports completed by the Shelby Health Department can be viewed by clicking here.
RECENT CHANGES IN THE STATE IMMUNIZATION PROGRAM
Please click here for our immunization schedule.
Please click here for the flu vaccine schedule.
The legal authority for local health departments is found primarily in the
Ohio Revised Code, while specific implementation guidelines are found in
the Ohio Administrative Code and Shelby Charter Section 50.
- School Inspection
- Swimming Pool Inspections
- Nuisance Complaints
- Animal Bites
- Environmental Pollution
- Health Promotion
- Emergency Preparedness
- Health Education
- Food Protection
- Restaurant Inspections
- Vending Inspections
- Temporary Food Service Inspections
- Food Poisoning Investigations
- Sewage Disposal Services
- Water Supplies
The Shelby Health Department provides nursing services including:
Walk-In Immunization Clinic: Second Wednesday of each month, 9:30 AM-12 PM and 1:30 P.M. to 3:00P.M. Please bring Immunization Record.
Health Screenings: Every Mon-Fri, 8AM-5PM, please call 419-342-5226 for an appointment
Blood Pressure Screenings: First Monday of each month, 9:30-10:30 AM at Marvin Memorial Library, 29 W. Whitney Avenue, Shelby, OH 44875. The December 2013 screening will be held on December 9th instead of December 2nd.
- Communicable Disease Control
- Health Education
- Genetic Disease Control
- Nutrition Services
- Immunization Services
- Chronic Disease Control
- Health Screenings
- Blood Pressure Screenings
- Preventative Services
HEALTH DEPARTMENT HOTLINE
The Shelby Health Department provides a HOTLINE for a link for any of our services. Please call 419-342-5226.
VITAL STATS- Birth and Death Certificates
Registrar: Stacey Hiatt; Contact Number: 419-347-5131
Deputy Registrar: Kim Barnes; Contact Number: 419-342-5226 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Vital Statistics division of the Shelby Health Department can now issue
certificates of all births in the State of Ohio. Death Certificates
are available from 1908. City of Shelby death records before those
dates are kept at the Richland County Probate Courthouse in Mansfield,
Deaths Certificates must be obtained in the city, county or state that the death occured in. If you do not
know the location of an Ohio death, you may obtain those certificates
from the Ohio Department of Health in Columbus. All original Ohio
birth and death certificates are permanently placed on file at the Ohio
Department of Health in Columbus. Their web site is www.odh.ohio.gov/vs
Certified copies of certificates are available at Shelby City Hall. Certified
copies cost $25.00. Certificates may be obtained through our walk-in
service or by mail and no appointment is necessary. We accept cash
or checks. All questions regarding birth and death certificate copies
or spelling corrections should be directed to the Registrar at 419-347-5131.
To download an application for a birth or death certificate, click
Another service provided by the Vital Statistics division is acknowledgement
of paternity affidavits. The completion of paternity affidavits
is voluntary and acknowledges that a parent and child relationship exists. The
affidavit places responsibility for support of the child on the alleged
The Vital Statistics Department also issues burial-transit permits to
area funeral directors.
Food Safety during an emergency situation is important. Below
you will find guidelines regarding food safety during a
Emergency Fire & Food
& Food Safety
Emergency Power Outage
& Food Safety
Water Interruption & Food Safety