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Osage County Health Department

The Osage County Health Department's goal is to offer a variety of services to the people of Osage County.  Some of these services include: Immunization, Health Education, Family Planning, food handler classes, Guidance Services, Children First Program, diabetic classes, SoonerStart Early Intervention, Dental Health, Environmental Health, and many more. These services will be provided by our professionals who are licensed or certified in their specific field.  

All services are available to the public without regard to religion, race, color, national origin, creed, disability, gender or ability to pay.

We are dedicated to improving the health and well being of the citizens of Osage County.  You can contact us at the address shown below.

Office Hours:  8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday
(closed weekends and holidays)

 

Upcoming Class: Diabetes Empowerment Education Program  

The Oklahoma Healthy Aging Initiative will be providing a 6 week class at the Osage County Health Department designed for individuals who have been diagnosed with diabetes, pre-diabetes, individuals who suspect they may have it, as well as caregivers. This course was created to provide tools to better manage diabetes. For more information about this course or to register, please follow the link below:

OHAI Diabetes Empowerment Education Program Informational Sheet

 

 

Registration for Loco Fit.  A free couch to 5K program in Skiatook

LoCo Fit Fall 2017 Informational Flyer

LoCo Fit Registration Form

Please print the registration form and make sure to fill out both sides. Once you have completed the form you may scan it and email to the email address given on the form OR mail to the address below:

Osage County Health Department

1115 E. 15th Street

Pawhuska, OK 74056

 

Osage County Community Health Survey

Survey link

 

September is National Preparedness Month

Visit these web pages for helpful tips.

OSDH's website

CDC's webpage

FEMA's webpage

Videos

 

For more information see the Emergency Preparedness and Response Service link on the left of this page.

 

 

 

An Apple A Day Is Not Enough-A Poem by Taylor Mali

"An Apple a Day Is Not Enough" is a powerful poem written and performed by Taylor Mali (a well-known spoken word artist and teacher) about the importance of health education. It's done in the style of kinetic typography. We must get the word out about the importance of health education and its ability to get this country's health back on track—but we can't do it alone. Please share this video: Forward it, blog about it, like it on Facebook and send it to your Twitter followers.

Contact Information 

Osage County Health Department
1115 E. 15th Street
Pawhuska, OK 74056
918-287-3740 Telephone

1-866-987-3740 Toll Free
918-287-2380  Fax

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