Marietta Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM

Belpre Office Hours: 8:00 am to 12:00 pm (noon) the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month.

The Marietta/Belpre Health Department serves the consolidated health district of the cities of Marietta and Belpre. Our mission is to protect and improve the health, safety, and well-being of our communities by providing quality public health services. Our vision is “One Team, One Goal: HEALTHY COMMUNITIES!”

The Marietta/Belpre City Health District has its basis in Ohio Revised Code and is governed by a Board of Health, whose members are appointed by the mayors of both cities. State law requires the Board to report and take measures to control disease, enforce state public health laws, and promote health and well-being within Marietta and Belpre. It is responsible for the health district’s budget and must employ a health commissioner to serve as the chief executive officer of the agency.

Health Commissioner Anne Goon, MS, RD, LD, is responsible for administering the public health programs of the district, managing day-to-day agency operations, and performing functions and duties imposed by law and rules, regulations, and orders of the Board of Health and the Ohio Department of Health.

Health Commissioner Anne Goon 740-373-0611 Ext 2314
Medical Director Michael Brockett 740-373-0611 Ext. 2308
Director of Nursing Vickie Sawyer 740-373-0611 Ext. 2308
Director of Environmental Health Barbara Bradley 740-373-0611 Ext 2303
Health Planning and Promotion Coordinator Rebecca Aber 740-373-0611 Ext 2301
Nursing Administrative Assistant Diane Drost 740-373-0611 Ext 2312
Office Manager/Registrar Rachel Self 740-373-0611 Ext. 2305
Registered Sanitarian Kelly Miller 740-373-0611 Ext. 2304
Public Health Nurse Julie DePuy 740-373-0611 Ext. 2310
Public Health Nurse Becky Jones 740-373-0611 Ext  2309


Screening Checklist-Flu Vaccination

Vaccine Administration Record

Vaccine Info Statement_Flu Vaccine_Inactivated, Recombinant

Vaccine Info Statement_Flu Vaccine-Live, Intranasal

Childhood Immunizations
The Marietta City Health Department’s immunization clinic is going through some changes, due to a change in the Ohio Department of Health’s vaccine program. In the past, we have received vaccine for free from the Ohio Department of Health. Unfortunately, this is changing and we now need to privately purchase vaccine for our immunization program. Due to these high costs and requirements from The Ohio Department of Health, we will need to see your child’s insurance card at each visit and your insurance will be billed for your child’s immunizations. The Ohio Department of Health does still offer vaccinations for children with no insurance.

All required vaccines are offered at the Marietta City Health Department. Medicaid and most insurances are accepted. To see if your child’s vaccination record is up-to-date or for more information about childhood immunizations, please call 740-373-0611.


  • DtaP – diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis
  • Hep B – hepatitis B
  • IPV – polio
  • Hib – H. influenza
  • PCV – pneumococcal conjugate
  • Rota – rotavirus (oral)
  • Influenza – “flu shot”
  • MMR – measles, mumps, rubella
  • Varicella – chickenpox
  • Hep A – hepatitis A
  • Tdap – tetanus, dipththeria, pertussis for teens and adults
  • Menactra – meningococcal
  • HPV – human papillomavirus

Adult Immunizations

Medicaid is accepted for all adult vaccines. Medicare Part B is accepted for Influenza and Pneumonia Vaccines.

TB (Mantoux) Skin Tests
TB tests are also offered at the Marietta City Health Department for adults. Anyone receiving a TB test must return to the health department on the following Wednesday in order to have their TB test read. Medicaid is accepted for this service.