Welcome and thank you for choosing the Pike County Health Department. Your source for good health! We are open Monday through Friday from 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM.
Same day scheduling
The Pike County Health Department utilizes "same day scheduling." This means you will call or walk-in the day you need an appointment and make arrangements for that day. No longer do you have to remember to call ahead and set up an appointment and then remember to keep that appointment. If you call before 9 AM you are almost guaranteed to be seen on that day. You may also walk-in without calling to make an appointment. Walk-ins must check in by 8 AM to guarantee availability.
The Pike County Health Department became a tobacco-free campus on April 1, 2015. We appreciate your support of this effort by refraining from using tobacco products while on the grounds and visiting our facilities.
Did You Know?
- Naegleria fowleri, a brain-eating ameba(external link) found in warm freshwater, can enter the body through the nose and cause primary amebic meningoencephalitis(external link), leading to brain swelling and death.
- An investigational drug(external link) available from the CDC Drug Service(external link) helped treat the first American since 1978 to survive illness from Naegleria fowleri.
- Swimmers can lower their risk of infection by following these tips(external link) when swimming in warm freshwater lakes, rivers, and hot springs, where most US infections have occurred.
The Pike County Health Department inspects every restaurant and other eating establishment twice yearly. We check food storage, preparation, personnel, restrooms, water and other possible health conditions.
Restaurant inspection scores and details may be found by clicking here.