Confirmed Cases as of June 2,  2020: 36

Deaths:  2


This box will be updated daily by 4 pm and any positive cases received after 4 pm will be reported the following day.
 
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Welcome to the Marshall County Health Department

267 Slickback Road

Benton, KY  42025

270-527-1496
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COVID-19 RESOURCES

Kentucky Healthy at Work Guidlines

How to Make a Cloth Facemask


Third Confirmed COVID-19 Case in Marshall County


Second Confirmed COVID-19 Case in Marshall County

First Confirmed COVID-19 Case in Marshall County
 

CONCERNED CITIZEN’S CAN CALL THE COVID-19 HOTLINE WITH ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS

1-800-722-5725 available 24 hours a day/7 days a week

 

COVID-19 WEBSITE FOR MOST UP TO DATE INFORMATION FOR KENTUCKY

KYCOVID19.KY.GOV

  
Public Facing Business Suspension Announcement

Restaurant Dine-In Suspension Announcement

COVID Prevention Business Posters
              
Stop Poster English Stop Poster Spanish
   

Social Distancing


CoVID 19 Press Release
If you are having trouble reading this, please contact the health department for assistance. 
 
Coronavirus Information Stop the Spread of Germs
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Learn How to Help Prevent the Coronavirus through Handwashing!
 

 

On July 24, 2019 the Marshall County Hospital and the Marshall County Health Department came together and invited community partners and community members from all across Marshall County to participate in a Community Health Assessment Workshop.  Prior to this workshop, we worked on gathering data about our community to present to participants.  During the day long workshop, over 45 partners and community members engaged in discussion about the health of our community.  Positive and negative data points, positive and negative changes in the community, and community assets were covered.  The discussion resulted in a consensus for the community to move forward to address the following concerns:  
  • Obesity
  • Substance Abuse
  • Mental Health
  • Access to Care
  • Community Recovery following MCHS Shooting
 
How do you feel about these results?  Please give us your feedback on how you feel about these issues.  Do you agree these are the issues we need to work on?  Did we leave something out?  How is the best way to address these issues?  We want your input!  To review the data, click on the links below. 
 
To provide feedback, please email Jennifer Brown at Jbrown@mcphd.org or visit the Marshall County Health Department or Marshall County  Health Coalition Facebook pages.  Thank you! 

2019 Marshall County Community Health Powerpoint
2019 Updated Health Data
 

We want your input!  
 
Have you visited us recently or used one of our services in the community?  If so, please provide us with some feedback by completing our client satisfaction survey. 
 
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BNXBTCK


 


Marshall County Named To US News Healthiest Communities Honor Roll
Congratulations to Marshall County for receiving this prestigious honor.
Learn more about the Heathiest Communities Honor Roll!




New Kentucky Immunization Requirements
 
Beginning August 2018, students will be required to have two doses of Hepatitis A vaccine to attend school.  These doses must be given six months apart, meaning that many children will need the first dose very soon to be able to get the second dose before school begins in August.  Students aged 16 and older must have two doses of Meningococcal ACWY vaccine to attend school in August. 


 
 
View Information for Middle School Students View information for High School Students
   
   
View the 2018 - 2019 Annual Report

View the Community Health Assessment

   
 

Mission Statement:

To build a healthier community by promoting healthy life styles, and preserving a healthy environment for all residents of Marshall County.

Vision:
 
Partnering to achieve a healthier community.


Values:

Accountability ● Collaboration ● Excellence ● Integrity ● Science

Hours of Operation:

Monday-Thursday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Friday 8:00 am to 11:30 am

For an appointment or information, please call 270-527-1496

During business hours, to notify the health department of a notifiable or reportable condition, fax the Kentucky Reportable Disease Form to 270-527-5321.

After hours or on the weekend, to notify the health department of a notifiable or reportable condition, please call 1-888-9REPORT (1-888-973-7678)

 

If you need to reach the health department after hours or on the weekend for an EMERGENCY ONLY, please call 270-527-1333.

 

Helpful Links:

Ky. Cabinet for Health and Family Services
National Institutes of Health
American Diabetes Association
Healthy People 2020
Centers for Disease Control
American Heart Association
Ky. Health Dept. Association
Ky. Public Health Association
American Public Health Association
Web MD
HIPAA Compliance Verification





 

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