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202 West Poplar Street
Sidney, OH 45365
Fax: 937-498-7013

Hours: Monday-Friday
7:30 am – 4:00 pm
Emergency After Hours
Number: 937-498-1111

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Welcome to the Sidney-Shelby County Health Department

Public Health is an essential part of any community. 

View the 10 Essential Public Health Services or watch video.

MISSION:  The Sidney-Shelby County Health Department works to prevent illness, promote health, and protect those who live, work, and visit our community. 


Click on picture to view the Current Community Health Needs Assessment

COVID-19 Information


Please be advised that due to current COVID-19 case volume COVID-19 positive cases may not receive a call or letter for isolation from the Sidney-Shelby County Health Department or the Ohio Department of Health Contact Tracing team. 

If you test positive please follow the information below and advise any close contacts to quarantine for 5 days from the last contact with you, and to wear a mask for days 6 through 10. If they develop symptoms they should isolate immediately and seek testing if available. 

If you test positive
Everyone regardless of vaccination status should:

If you have a fever, continue to isolate and stay home until your fever is gone.

If you need to return to work, school, etc... and you have not received a call or letter of isolation please speak with your employer, school, or agency. Providing a copy of your test results showing the date of testing and a copy of the new ODH guidance should provide the necessary information for you to return to work or school. 
(Click on picture for more information)

  Exposed Vaccinated            Exposed Not Vaccinated      



                        Quarantine Calendar

Caring for someone with COVID- Care Kits are Available 

Online Scheduling for COVID-19 Vaccinations:

Online scheduling is currently not available, Please call 937-498-7249 to schedule appointment.  

Every home in the U.S. is eligible to order 4 Free at-home COVID-19 test. COVIDTESTKits
If you need a test now, please check for testing locations in your area. 

For instruction on how to book through the Health Department link please see this video for assistance: VIDEO FOR ASSISTANCE

COVID-19 Vaccination Consent Form - (Bring this form to the clinic when scheduled)
Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Fact Sheet
Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Fact Sheet

Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Fact Sheet

Shelby County Ohio COVID-19 Vaccine Providers

COVID Testing Locations
CVS Pharmacy COVID-19 Testing

Maintain real-time awareness on COVID-19 by using the resources below:
Ohio Sentry Mobile-COVID-19


Ohio Department of Health Seasonal Flu/Influenza Information, CDC Flu Weekly U.S. Map Information

EVENING IMMUNIZATION CLINICS are being offered every first and third Wednesday of the month until 6 p.m. All vaccine services are by appointment only.  Call (937) 498-7249 to schedule.  Insurance cards must be presented at each visit. Flu vaccines and other immunizations available. We are now billing most private insurances.


 Shelby County 211


Shelby County Drug Task Force Website


Information: Ohio Clean Your WorksOhio Universal PrecautionsHow do you get HIV or AIDSCDC-HIV Fact SheetHIV and Hepatitis Fact Sheet and Ohio Used Needles


Public Health Return on Investment Video


Top 10 Reasons to Vaccinate


Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) ReportShelby County Specific (CHNA) Report Data and Appendices


Shelby County Community Health Improvement Plan


Strategic Plan - Sidney-Shelby County Health Department

Project Dawn (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) is a naloxone distribution program, which is grant-funded through the Ohio Department of Health. Narcan is a brand of naloxone medication that can be used to quickly reverse an overdose caused by an opioid drug. Champaign Health District is able to provide free education and Narcan Nasal Spray through grant funding provided by Ohio Department of Health. For more information click on the picture.