Cincinnati Eastside Rotary recently welcomed Mr. Tim Ingram, Health Commissioner of Hamilton County, to a luncheon meeting to discuss the activities of the Board of Health and how the agency serves our communities. The Board of Health has been serving the residents of Hamilton County for 100 years.

Tim Ingram

The Agency’s activities include: epidemiology; immunizations; tuberculosis and sexually transmitted disease control; substance abuse; food service inspection and licensing; vector control; plumbing inspection and permitting; waste management; water quality; emergency preparedness and response; and health promotion and education.

Ingram’s message focused on:

  • disease prevention – the importance of immunizations
  • healthy communities – the importance of education in creating a healthy and safe environment where we work and play
  • harm reduction – needle exchange and drug treatment
  • maternal, infant and child health.

Hamilton County Public Health is nationally accredited. It’s staff of more than 100 sanitarians, plumbers, health educators, nurses and epidemiologists serve and protect our community for a healthier future.

Learn more at www.hcph.org.

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The Rotary Club of Cincinnati-Eastside was formed April 5, 2013 and it's 40 members enjoy fellowship, service and education each Wednesday at a luncheon meeting at Ivy Hills Country Club.  Prospective members are always welcome and each week more people are joining the "ground floor" of this new and vibrant Club.

The members represent a wide range of business, non-profit and government leaders.

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