As needed, or quarterly. To receive notifications about meetings, opt in to receive text and email alerts. Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, meetings will be conducted via video conference and available to watch live on the City's YouTube channel. You may email questions or comments for the Board up to two hours before the start of the meeting. If you are not able to watch a meeting live, the recordings can also be found on the YouTube channel and meeting minutes will be made available.
The Board of Health oversees the health services provided to the community by Franklin County Public Health, including but not limited to:
Immunizations for adults & children
Food service inspections
The Board of Health is committed to monitoring the health status of the community, protecting residents from disease and injury, assuring a safe and healthy environment, and promoting a healthy lifestyle.
Tessa Lyn Carrel, B.S., M.S., Ph.D.
Daniel Skinner, Ph.D.
Brian Kaplansky, MD
Mark Rastetter, MD
Amita Maturu, MD
Joe Mazzola, Franklin County Public Health Representative
COVID-19 Phase 1B vaccines are available to Grandview Heights residents through Franklin County Public Health (FCPH) as well as other providers. FCPH is currently providing vaccines to those 65 years of age or older and those with severe congenital, developmental or early onset disorder to receive their first dose. To determine your vaccine eligibility, sign up for a vaccine, or view other providers, visit the FCPH COVID-19 Vaccine page.