Community Health Services


The Springdale Health Department partners with the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) to provide routine childhood vaccines through the Vaccines for Children (VFC) Program.

We offer vaccines for children (birth through 18 years of age) if the child is uninsured, underinsured, or is enrolled in Medicaid. 

CDC Child and Adolescent Immunization Schedule

We offer limited vaccines for uninsured adults (19 years and older). 

Immunization clinics are by appointment. Call (513)346-5725 to schedule an appointment. Please bring your vaccine records to your appointment. 

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The Springdale Health Department conducts surveillance for communicable diseases.  Communicable diseases are contagious and can spread from person to person.  Certain communicable diseases are required be reported to the local health department under Ohio Administrative Codes (3701-3-02, 3107-3-05, 3701-3-12).  Examples of reportable communicable diseases include but are not limited to:  hepatitis, measles, rabies, salmonella, and whooping cough. The Springdale Health Department collaborates with the Ohio Department of Health, Hamilton County Public Health, the Southwest Ohio Public Health Region, health care providers, laboratories, as well as our community to ensure communicable diseases are appropriately investigated, managed, and controlled.  We work to educate the community on how to prevent the spread of communicable diseases through promotion of overall healthy habits and behaviors as well as disease specific prevention measures. For more information, please contact us at 513-346-5725.

How to report a communicable disease:

  1. Review the Ohio Infectious Disease Control Manual for specific reporting information and educational materials about the suspected disease.
  2. Complete the appropriate form:  Ohio Confidential Reportable Disease Form
  3. Fax your report to (513) 346-5727
  4. Contact the Springdale Health Department:
    Monday – Friday 8:00am – 5:00pm: (513) 346-5725

CDC Handwashing Fact Sheet English

CDC Handwashing Fact Sheet Spanish

ABCs of Communicable Disease


Blood pressure screenings are held on the 2nd and 3rd Tuesday of each month from 10:00am to noon at the Springdale Community Center. Public Health Nurses can provide home wellness checks to Springdale residents. Please contact (513)346-5725 for more information. 

  • Annual Health Fair - October
  • Annual Mental Health Resources Fair - June
The Health Education team at a community event.

The Health Education team handing out educational and promotional materials at a community event.