2730 Pacific Blvd SE
Albany, OR 97321
Our goal is to provide quality county-wide public health services. Public health is PREVENTION for a better life, PROMOTION for your health, and PROTECTION for you, your family, and your community.
Linn County Public Health conducted a community health assessment in the spring of 2012. The Community Health Assessment (CHA) is an inclusive look at the health of Linn County. The CHA is comprised of four individual sections: Community Health Status Report, Local Public Health System Assessment, Key Informant interviews and The Quality of Life Survey. The information collected in this Assessment is the evidence used to support priority areas included in Linn County's Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP).
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In the Communicable Disease Program we investigate individual cases and outbreaks of reportable communicable diseases and conditions. This helps identify outbreaks and to control the spread of diseases. We also provide information to the public about diseases that do not require reporting.
Emergency Preparedness involves planning and preparing for emergencies in our community. Everyone will benefit from being ready when a significant event takes place that disrupts a large portion of our county or country.
Linn County Public Health offers children's immunizations as well as some adult immunizations. Information regarding specific immunizations is available.
The Linn County Medical Reserve Corps (LCMRC) is a team of volunteers available to provide extra personnel in the event of a public health emergency or disaster. Volunteers come from a variety of professional backgrounds, from medical to administrative fields, and are trained by the LCMRC in emergency preparedness and response activities. Please visit the Linn County Medical Reserve Corps page for more information or to learn how to volunteer.
Maternal-Child Health Programs provides access to programs designed to help pregnant women obtain care, education, infant assessment, parenting information, and referrals.
Reproductive health services offers birth control at low or no cost; female physical exams; STD testing and treatment for both males and females; pregnancy testing, as well as vasectomy counseling.
The focus of Linn County Tobacco Prevention and Education program is to eliminate and reduce exposure to secondhand smoke and to promote quitting. The program also helps to provide information and resources on tobacco related state and local laws.
Vital Statistics provides for registration of births and deaths in the county or how to obtain copies of birth/death certificates.
Linn County Health Services believes in promoting a community of health. Our Wellness page features community resources, information on wellness topics, and an overview of the Linn County Wellness Committee. Health Services hopes to improve the quality of life of all Linn County residents by providing information and resources needed to further healthy lifestyles.
The Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) nutrition program is a program of nutrition education, food vouchers and resource referrals for low income pregnant, breastfeeding or postpartum women. Watch this video to learn more about the Linn County WIC program.
Most office sites are open Monday through Friday:
8 a.m. to noon
1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
You can contact us at the addresses and telephone numbers below or by e-mailing our staff.
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2730 SE Pacific Blvd
Albany, OR 97321
Telephone: 541-967-3888 (Available 24/7 for communicable disease reporting)
Toll free: 1-800-304-7468
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1600 S Main St
Lebanon, OR 97355
Toll free: 1-888-451-2631
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799 Long St
Sweet Home, OR 97386
Toll free: 1-800-920-7571