Public Health Nursing
We provide vaccines to assure your child, family, and our community is protected from vaccine-preventable diseases.
Book an Appointment with our Clinic or call 740-374-2782 Ext. 3333 to check on availability. Normal clinic hours are Wednesday from 9 am to 5:30 pm and Friday from 9 am to 3:30 pm.
Visit the Health-Department-Calendar for information about additional clinics, such as, drive-thru or additional sites.
Adult and Childhood Vaccine
COVID Vaccine is recommended for most people. The Washington County Health Department is only stocking supply to be administered to VFC (Vaccines for Children under the age of 18 with Medicaid) and the Bridge to Care program (Adults with no insurance or underinsured). If you have questions about qualifying for either of these programs, please call 740-374-2782 ext. 3335.
Flu Vaccine is recommended for most people 6 months and older.
Routine Immunizations https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules/hcp/imz/child-adolescent.html
Travel Vaccine is recommended before traveling to various destinations. https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/
How do I get a copy of my shot record?
If your record is in the state immunization database, we can get it for you. Please fill out the request form here and we will send it to you.
Cash or Insurance Accepted, if you are unable to afford required vaccinations the serum may be provided at no cost. You are still responsible for the administration fee.
- Aetna Health Plans
- Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield
- Highmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield
- Molina Healthcare
- Payment Plans are available when needed
Other Clinical Services
Tuberculosis (TB) tests are offered at the Washington County Health Department Wednesday from 1 pm to 4 pm. To complete the test, return to have the test read 72 hours later on Friday from 1 pm to 4 pm.
County Harm Reduction Education (CharmEd) at First Congregational Church 318 Front Street, Marietta, OH Thursday from 2 pm to 4 pm.
- Hepatitis A and B Vaccine
- Hepatitis and HIV testing 3rd Thursday at CharmEd HIV Risk
- Needle Exchange
- Referrals to local recovery help
- Narcan with training
- Help with Medical Referrals
CPR/First Aid/AED Certification Class
Washington County Health Department now offers classes by request. Classes are instructed by Angie Rarey, RN Director of Nursing. We may be able to come Classes can be arranged at your location, space permitting. Call for more information at 740-374-2782 ext. 3335 or email email@example.com.
Cost: Classes are $85 per person. Payments are accepted at the beginning of class or prepay here through our secure payment portal. (Refund requests must be made in writing and accompanied by a completed W-9).
Additional Details: Class sizes are limited to 12 people per month.