George O'Daniel, Health Director
It is the mission and purpose of Onslow County Health Department to provide comprehensive public health services that protect, promote, and preserve the health of our citizens. Public health is unique in its emphasis on prevention and its regard for the community as the "patient".
The Onslow County Health Department invites input from citizens regarding the services of the department, hours of operation and questions and comments regarding public health issues. Please see link to comment form below.
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Physicians or healthcare providers who need to report a possible reportable disease/illness after hours (evening, holidays, and weekends), please call 910-577-2345.
The Onslow County Health Department is still able to give state-provided vaccine to uninsured adults who meet certain criteria for little or no out of pocket cost. Please contact an immunizations nurse at 910-347-2154 if you would like to verify your eligibility for a free or reduced-cost vaccine.
Monday 8:00 am - 5:00 pmTuesday 8:00 am - 5:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am - 5:00 pmThursday 8:00 am - 8:00 pmFriday 8:00 am - 5:00 pmSaturday and Sunday - Closed
To schedule an appointment pleasecall 910-347-2154 option 2
Assignment of Medical Insurance Benefits Name Change RequestPatient Registration FormPrivacy Notice (English) Privacy Notice (Spanish)
Notice of Privacy Practices Tri-fold
Release of Information Authorization
Minor Consent Law--English and Spanish
Flu Vaccine Form
Health Department Fees 2012-2013
Sliding Scale-Family Planning
Sliding Scale-Medical Services
Dental Services Referrals
Onslow Health Department Investigates Case of Legionnaires’ Disease
World Rabies Day--Protect Your Pets
Onslow Among Healthiest North Carolina Counties
NC Teen Smoking Rate Reaches Historic Low
Health Department Warns Whooping Cough Cases Are on the Rise
JDN Story: Whooping Cough
Information from the North Carolina Department of Public Health