We look for ways to ensure that central, north central and southeast Ohio community members receive the care they need, regardless of their ability to pay.
Our community programs offer medical care and support to help you manage your health and well-being. Whether you’re looking for ways to manage a chronic illness, need care during or after pregnancy, or need a physical to participate in sports or work, you can turn to OhioHealth.
Learn how to manage chronic health conditions, such as diabetes and heart disease. Teens learn about health issues in our Ambassador Program.Learn More
Teen Options to Prevent Pregnancy (TOPP) features registered nurses using motivational interviewing and transportation assistance to reduce rapid repeat pregnancies in adolescent mothers.
OhioHealth's eight-room mobile unit brings medical care to you. We offer prenatal care and women’s health services, regardless of your ability to pay.
Sexually transmitted HPVs (human papillomaviruses) can cause cancer, depending on their type. According to the American Cancer Society, about a dozen high-risk HPV types have been identified as cancer causes.
To help prevent these kinds of cancers, an HPV vaccine has been developed. The HPV vaccine can be effective any time from age 9 to 26. Ideally, boys and girls age 11 or 12 should receive the vaccine before their first sexual contact.
OhioHealth Community Health and Wellness offers the HPV vaccine for free. To get more information or to schedule an appointment for the HPV vaccine at OhioHealth Community Health and Wellness, please call (614) 566.9038.
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