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How to Contact Comanche County Health Department

1010 South Sheridan Road
Lawton OK  73505

(580) 248-5890
(800) 788-3628

See Hours: CCHD Hours and Organization 

Room Reservation

To reserve a room at the Comanche County Health Department, please fill out a Room Reservation Form.  If you have questions about the process, please email Johnetta Miller at Johnetta@health.ok.gov.  She may also be reached by telephone at (580) 248-5890.

How To Contact The Oklahoma State Department Of Health

State health department office hours are from 8 a.m. to 5p.m., CST, Monday through Friday. Closed on all legal holidays. The mailing and street address is:

Oklahoma State Department of Health
1000 NE 10th
Oklahoma City, OK 73117

The general information numbers during these office hours are 405-271-5600, or 1-800-522-0203 (available 8a.m. to 5p.m CST).

Birth or Death certificate office hours are 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

Birth Certificate Information and Facts - Birth Certificates

Death Certificate Information and Facts - Death Certificates

For other Birth and Death Certificate questions:

  • Write: Oklahoma Vital Records, PO Box 53551, Oklahoma City, OK 73117
  • Call: (405) 271-4040
  • E-mail: AskVR@health.ok.gov

Other department numbers reachable during these office hours may be found by clicking on the link for the specific program area.

Local county health department address and phone list: State Of Oklahoma County Health Departments.

Accessibility OSDH Web Accessibility Information

Press & Media Information
Contact Office of Communications, 405-271-5601, ooc.health.ok.gov

To Report A Disease or Outbreak
Call the Communicable Disease Division Epidemiologist-on-Call at (405) 271-4060.
This is a 24 hours / 7 days a week number where an Epidemiologist-on-Call is available for communicable disease consultations for healthcare providers and the general public.  Acute Disease Service

Oklahoma Information Fusion Center

If you see any signs of terrorism or other suspicious activities, contact your local Law Enforcement, Crime Stoppers or the Oklahoma Information Fusion Center  (405) 842-8534.  If it's an emergency, call 911 immediately!

Oklahoma State Department of Health Hotlines

State health department help lines and 1-800 information lines, either operated after regular office hours, or having the capability for a caller to leave a message - Oklahoma State Department of Health Hotlines

Other State Help Hotlines
The 2-1-1 Oklahoma network is a confidential, free, three-digit number that connects people with information about critical social services. It is available 24 hours a day and 365 days a year - http://www.211oklahoma.org/

OSDH Comment/Complaint Forms
For complaints regarding food service, HMO's, long term care, medical facilities, nurse aides, nursing homes and all other general comments or complaints use the OSDH Comment/Complaint Form.

For Long Term Care Complaints, you may also e-mail ltccomplaints@health.ok.gov

For Medical Facilities Services Complaints, which includes: Hospitals, Home Care Agencies, Hospices, Ambulatory Surgery Centers, Dialysis Units, and other non-long term care facilities please e-mail: medicalfacilities@health.ok.gov

For investigations or review of generic service complaints, misuse of state property or funds by an employee, complaints for which no grievance can be filed, allegations of fraud, waste, abuse, mismanagement, misconduct and failure to follow established procedures use the Office of Accountability Systems Complaint Form.

OSDH By E-mail
For general questions, comments, or to report problems with the OSDH web, e-mail webmaster@health.ok.gov.

Other e-mail addresses may be found throughout the web site in program specific areas. E-mail sent to addresses found on this web site may not be seen for several days. Please be aware that it may take some time for us to receive an e-mail query and respond. Should you need immediate assistance please call one of the numbers above.


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