240 Parsons Avenue
Columbus, Ohio 43215
An operator is available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
For touch-tone phones, you can select to reach programs directly.
For rotary phones, stay on the line and you will be transferred to an operator.
Telecommunications Devices for the Deaf
The City of Columbus can be reached by telecommunications devices for the deaf through the Ohio Relay Service at 1-800-750-0750 (TTY-TDD) or 7110.
311 Call Center
The City of Columbus Call Center offers a single point of contact for requesting all non-emergency City services and is available to residents, City businesses, and visitors.
Directions to Columbus Public Health
Public Records Requests
Columbus Public Health adheres to all Ohio Public Records Laws. A request for public records can be verbal or in writing. If you would like to make a request for public records, please contact Kelli Newman at KNewman@columbus.gov or (614) 645-7213. More information and links.
Medical records kept by Columbus Public Health
Notice of Privacy Practices
Privacy Practices explain how your medical information may be used or disclosed, and how you can get access if you need it.
Community Event Requests
Requests for Columbus Public Health to provide Community Education, Screenings and Linkages (CESL) at a community event in Columbus or Worthington.