Warren County Combined Health District is committed to active preparation and response to any emergency situations that pose a threat to the public's health.
All-hazard emergency planning is an ongoing process due to the ever changing and evolving threats to public health. Our all-hazard approach to emergency planning is designed to handle unpredictable public health threats, ranging from pandemic flu to severe weather. Warren County Combined Health District strives to be pro-active in the community by continually working with county, regional, and state partners to maintain our plans and build strong collaborative relationships. We actively test our plans and communication infrastructure through local and regional exercises, which enable us to identify our strengths as well as areas needing improvement.
For any routine emergency response questions and concerns, please call (513) 695-1728 or email email@example.com. For any public health emergency occurring outside of our normal office hours please call 911.
In order to better develope our plans, the WCCHD is seeking public feedback regarding the content of our All-Hazards Emergency Response Plan. If you would like a copy of our Emergency Response Plan or would like to send us feedback, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.