The Nursing Division offers several Clinics for qualifying residents of Warren County. If you have questions about a medical condition, check the information below to see if one of our scheduled Clinics may be helpful. You can also contact the Nursing Division with more specific questions.
- Acute and maintenance visits (hypertension, diabetic, etc), school/ work physicals, referrals made to appropriate facilities when ordered.
- The Adult Clinic only operates two half-days per week. On the unavailable days, clients will need to be seen at an Urgent Care or Emergency Room if the issue is urgent. We are unavailable to take calls after hours.
- Staffed by: Physician, RN, Case Worker, Nutritionist and Secretary.
- The Health Department Lebanon office is open Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 4:00 and an adult health nurse is available during this time to assist you. Our Franklin office offers hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
- Must be a Warren County Resident, ages 21 to 64 years.
- Cannot have Medicare or any other Private Medical Insurance
- Co-pay of at least $10.00 at every visit.
- Charges and balances figured on a sliding scale according to household income.
- Must provide proof of residency and proof of income on first visit, or you will be rescheduled.
- Payment by cash or check ONLY
WHEN CALLING FROM THE FOLLOWING:
Clarksville/Blanchester 937-783-4993 EXT 1229
Lebanon Office Hours
Franklin Office Hours
Physician Clinic are held Monday and Wednesday for children ages birth to 20 years old (by appointment only).
Clinic is staffed by:
- Physician who supervises patient care.
- Child health nurses who will weigh and measure your child and do developmental testing, vision, hearing and speech screening, and any necessary lab tests.
- A nutritionist who can assist you with nutrition issues for your children of any age and counsel you about any nutrition problems.
- A social worker.
- A child health secretary.
- Acute Care visits: If you child is ill and needs to see the physician, you will need to call for an appointment. For days that the physician is not available, you may be asked to make an appointment for the following day or be examined by an Urgent Care or Emergency room if your health issue is urgent. We are unavailable to take calls after hours.
- Physical Exams These include Well Child checkups, Sports, Work, Pre-Operative and Head Start physical exams.
- Hemoglobin testing
- TB skin test
- Denver Development Screening
- Referrals to appropriate agencies (if ordered by Dr.)
- Lead testing and counseling
Fee: Charges are based on a sliding scale fee based on household size and income for clients without Medicaid. Medicaid and managed care providers such as Caresource, Molina and Amerigroup are accepted.
Phone: 513-695-1262, Toll Free: Franklin 513-261-1262, Cincinnati 513-925-1262, Dayton 937-425-1262, Clarksville/Blanchester 937-783-4993 ext. 1262.
Comprehensive prenatal and postpartum care for women regardless of age or income without private insurance. There is a Registered nurse staffed Monday thru Friday. A physician clinic is held on Wednesday and Thursday afternoon. Prenatal care consists of physical exams, routine laboratory tests, nutrition counseling (by a dietitian) and social consults (by a caseworker). AFP Quad testing and CF (Cystic Fibrosis) Carrier testing offered for clients. All deliveries and sonograms are provided by Bethesda North Hospital.
Patients will need a positive pregnancy test by a physician, hospital or clinic. They will come in for an admission visit which consists of giving a medical history and basic genetic screening. Patients will be offered the CF Carrier Screen and Quad screen at that time. Patients will need to give a urine and blood sample at the first visit. Blood pressure will be screened and weight recorded. Patients will meet with a caseworker and a dietitian and be referred to WIC at the first visit also
Once the patient is established through the clinic she will come back to see the OB physician for a physical exam. Several lab tests will be performed according to gestation throughout pregnancy.
HIV/AIDS Prevention Programs concentrate on prevention of HIV/AIDS through:
- Confidential and anonymous testing
- Evidenced based interventions
- Community planning
- Oral Quick Test results within 20 minutes. Age Requirement: 13 years and older
Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinic provides:
- Confidential patient evaluation
- Laboratory testing including Chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis
- Laboratory testing including Chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis
- Treatment of sexually transmitted diseases
- Age requirement 13 years or older
Women's Health Services to ensure affordable comprehensive healthcare services to Warren County and the surrounding counties for good health promotion and disease prevention. A staff of physicians, nurses, nutritionists and social workers provide quality care to women who are uninsured and underinsured. Family Planning services include:
- Comprehensive physical exams
- Pap smears -Breast exams
- Birth control methods
- Related laboratory testing and procedures
- Counseling and referrals for follow up care
- Sexually transmitted disease education
- Pregnancy Testing
Fee: Sliding fee scale determined by income for the uninsured or the underinsured Medicaid Managed Care accepted: Medicaid; Molina; Amerigroup and Care Source We are not a Medicare provider
Fee: Varies depending on immunization.
Phone: 513-695-1152, Toll Free: Franklin 513-261-1152, Cincinnati 513-925-1152, Dayton 937-425-1152, Clarksville/Blanchester 937-783-4993 ext. 1152
The Tuberculosis Program controls the spread of tuberculosis (TB) in Warren County. We ensure all persons with active TB are completely treated, and we work with the community partners to screen individuals who are at high risk for TB.
- TB skin tests are provided in our Lebanon office on a walk-in basis on Monday, Tuesday, and Friday. Follow-up evaluations of positive results are limited to Warren County residents only. Others with positive reactions will be referred to the county they reside in.
- Providers who need to report an active case of TB or who need information should contact the TB Clinic nurse
- TB screening efforts are focused on high-risk individuals, including contacts to active TB cases, substance abusers, homeless persons, those who test positive for HIV, those in correctional facilities, and people who come from countries with high incidence of TB.
- The TB program serves as a resource for community-based care providers seeking information on screening, diagnosing, and treating TB. Immigration and Naturalization medical exams are performed by appointment only. Appointments can be made by contacting the TB clinic nurse.
- TB skin test for adults and children are performed at our Lebanon office on Monday, Tuesday, and Friday from 7:30-12:00 and 1:00-3:30. No test will be preformed on a Friday where the following Monday is a holiday and the WCCHD is closed. Please refer to our Calendar of Events to see if we are closed on a following Monday. There is an $8.00 fee per TB test. Medicaid is accepted (with card).
- Adult Clinic - Database Form
- Adult Clinic - Demographic Form
- Adult Clinic - Social History Form
- Child Health Clinic - Lead Form
- Child Health Clinic - Medical History Form
- Child Health Clinic - Vision Risk Form
- Cold or Flu
- Family Planning Clinic - Social History Form
- Flu Vaccine Administration Form
- Flu - VIS form (Inactivated)
- Flu - VIS form (Inactivated-Spanish)
- Flu - VIS form (Live)
- Flu - VIS form (Live-Spanish)
- Prenatal Center - Danger Signs
- Travel Clinic - Questionaire