Q: What is the procedure for obtaining a Food Service Operation or Food Establishment permits?
A: Food operations must complete the plan review process to obtain a food license. plan review application
Q: What Health Department fees are associated with Food Service Operation or Food Establishments?
A: The plan review permit fee is a minimum of $100 (first hour) and $50 for each additional hour. Food license fees are based upon risk class. current food license fee schedule
Q: What facilities does the Springdale Health Department inspect?
A: Food operations (food service operations and food establishments), public swimming pools and spas, schools, tattoo and body piercing operations, jails, hotels and motels.
Q: What other inspections or investigations are conducted by the Springdale Health Department?
A: The Springdale Health Department also conducts animal bite (rabies control) investigations and housing / nuisance inspections.
Q: How do I locate a copy of the Rules that regulate Food Operations in Ohio?
A: Click on the links to review the Ohio laws related to food safety: Ohio Uniform Food Safety Code OAC 901:3 OAC 3701-1
Q: I have lost my Food Service Operation or Food Establishment license; can I receive a copy of the license?A: Yes. A duplicate license may be issued by the Springdale Health Department (513) 346-5725 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: How do I file food or nuisance-related complaint?
A: Contact the Springdale Health Department at (513)346-5725 or email us at email@example.com
Q: How do I obtain a home bakery permit?
A: Please visit the Home Bakery page on the Ohio Department of Agriculture's website: ODA Home Bakery License
Q: I purchased a food license (F.S.O. or R.F.E.)for my old location; I moved, do I need a new license?A: Yes. The license is issued for the location. A new license must be obtained.
Q: Does the Springdale Health Department offer Food Safety training such as ServSafe courses?A: Yes ServSafe Manager's Course ServSafe Level One (PIC) Food Safety Training
Q: Regarding Immunizations: Who can receive the immunizations? When?
A: Immunizations are offered on the first and third Wednesday of every month for children up to the age of nineteen who do not have insurance coverage for vaccinations. Call the Health Department at 346-5725 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment. The Health Department would like to have your record of previous shots to ensure your child(ren) get the appropriate vaccinations. You or your healthcare provider can fax these records to 346-3975 prior to your appointment.
Q: What immunizations do you offer for adults?
A: Flu immunizations are given in the fall and winter. An annual flu immunization event is held in the fall at the Community Center to provide easy access for all ages to receive the flu immunization. Flu vaccinations are also given at the Health Department.
Q: Where can adults obtain other vaccines such as Hepatitis A & B, MMR, Typhoid, yellow fever?
A: First contact your health insurance to ask if you can obtain these through you health insurance coverage at your primary care physician's office. Other places nearby include: Butler County Travel Clinic (513) 887-5253. Call for appointment and details.
Q: Where can I obtain a Tuberculosis test?
A: Call the Springdale Health Department at (513) 346-5725 to schedule an appointment or emails us email@example.com Tuberculosis testing is also available at the Tb Control Center (513) 946-7600. Many primary care provider's (doctor’s) office also offer this test.
Q: Can you tell me where to obtain a medical and dental examination for my child for school. We do not have health care coverage or a doctor/dentist.
A: The Healthcare Connection provides health care and dental services for the uninsured, underinsured, and some insurance. Assistance applying for Medical coverage (Medicaid) can also be obtained. Call (513) 588-3623 Espanol (513) 483-3087 for appointments.
Doctor’s Urgent Care (513) 671-5050 offers school physicals for the cost of $30.00
Q: Where can an adult obtain medical care?
A: First of all, if you have medical insurance, check with your provider to find a doctor that accepts your insurance. If you have no medical insurance, you can obtain care through the Healthcare Connection (513) 588-3623 and pay according to your income.
For STD testing and treatment, care can be obtained through your doctor, the STD Clinic (513) 357-7301, Healthcare Connection (513) 588-3623 and Doctor’s Urgent Care of Springdale (513) 671-5050.
Q: Where and when can the nurse check my blood pressure?
A: Blood pressures are checked by appointment at the nurse’s office and on the third Tuesday of every month from 10:30 am until 12:30 pm at the Community Center.
Q: Can the nurse visit my mother/father/myself at home?
A: Yes, the Springdale Health Department Nursing Director will visit Springdale residents in their homes to assess needs and to refer the individual and family members to the appropriate agencies. Please contact the Springdale Health Department at (513) 346-5725 or email us firstname.lastname@example.org to establish a schedule for routine home visits.
Q: How should I prepare for the Cholesterol/Glucose Screening test?
A: The most accurate test results will be obtained after a minimum eight hours of fasting (water only). This is a finger prick test that is offered to Springdale Residents for $15 by appointment on the third Thursday of each month. Call (513) 346- 5725 or email email@example.com to schedule your appointment.
Q: I have questions about a communicable disease or an illness caused by food that I ate at a restaurant in Springdale.
A: The Environmental Health Director and/ or the Health Commissioner will respond to food facilities located in the City of Springdale involved in a foodborne illness. The appropriate inspection and investigation will be conducted upon receipt of the report. The Nursing Director will provide information and assistance to the foodborne illness victim, the medical provider and the Ohio Department of Health regarding the foodborne illness. A foodborne illness investigation / response by The Springdale Health Department often involves the Public Health Commissioner, the Director of Nursing, the Environmental Health Director, the (contracted) Hamilton County Health Epidemiologist, the applicable staff of the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) and the ODH Laboratory. The Springdale Health Department will work with the foodborne illness victim's medical team to ensure the appropriate laboratory results and illness information are entered in the Ohio Disease Reporting System (ODRS) as required by state law. Please contact the Springdale Health Department at (513) 346-5725 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org with further questions or concerns about foodborne illnesses or the Springdale Health Department's foodborne illness response plan.
Q: I have heard that the Health Department offers an educational support group for persons with Type 2 Diabetes. Can I come?
A: The Healthy U Diabetes Self-Management Workshop is a 6-week long program for persons or their caregivers with Type 2 diabetes. It is offered several times a year. Call 346-5727 for more details and to sign up for the next program.
Additional questions? Call the Springdale Health Department at (513) 346-5725 or email us at email@example.com
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