Prevent. Promote. Protect. Clark County Combined Health District

Clark County Combined Health District

Welcome to the Clark County Combined Health District homepage.

The Mission of the Clark County Combined Health District is to protect and improve the health of the community through: Prevention of Disease, Promotion of Wellness, and Protection from Injury

We encourage you to explore this site to learn more about how Public Health in Clark County is helping to keep our community healthy, safe, and thriving.

We are still taking registrations for LifeSports 2024, July 1-26! Students will get breakfast and lunch daily, along with a water bottle and other goodies. We will be learning about football, basketball, soccer and new this year is 🏐 VOLLEYBALL!! 🏐
Students don’t have to be athletes, but they should come ready to run, play, and have fun!
Register online at the link below and call us at 937-505-0330 if you have any questions.

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Your input is needed

The Greater Dayton Area Hospital Association is sponsoring the 2024 Community Health Needs Assessment, working in partnership with its member hospitals, public health departments, community organizations.

All residents living in the Greater Dayton Area are invited to participate by responding to our community-wide survey.

 This online survey will ask basic questions about your health, what makes being healthy easy or hard, and how our community is supporting your health.

The information collected will inform how we will direct our energy and resources to meet the healthcare needs of the community and will inspire innovative healthcare delivery models designed to unite our region-wide efforts in providing high-quality care, increasing access to care, and achieving improved health outcomes for all.

Click here to take the survey & be entered to win a $100 gift card.

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