Franklin County Health Department has provided high-quality, affordable health care to the people of Franklin County for many years. We are committed to continue providing services to the best of our ability as our health department clinic is under construction. During this time, we hope that you will continue to be understanding as we work towards ensuring that Franklin County Health Department can provide quality care and service.
For Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about Naturally Occurring Radiological Contaminants in Franklin County Well Water: https://nmcdn.io/e186d21f8c7946a19faed23c3da2f0da/71b809487afe4d7da3262b45ea8ef886/files/services/health/env-health/Franklin-County---Radiologicals--amp--Radon-Gas-FAQs---11-19-18.pdf
For the FCHD FAQ and other links to Information on Naturally Occurring Radiological Contaminants in Well Water, use the link below, then scroll down the page to the section titled “Ground Water Radiologicals and Radon”: https://www.franklincountync.us/services/health/services/environmental-health
For further information, appointments or questions please call
Franklin County Health Department at 919-496-2533
Franklin County Health Department Staff
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Health Administration handles management of overall day-to-day Health Department business operations, controls the agency's budget and financial matters, personnel matters, purchasing, inventory maintenance, agency clerical support, and vital records (birth and death certificates).
North Carolina General Statutes 130-A require that the Health Department administer the Vital Records Program under the direction of the Health Director.
Goal: To assure vital records are filled as required by Chapter 130-A of North Carolina General Statutes and are submitted to the North Carolina State Division of Vital Records within the required time period.
The Health Director appoints Deputy Registrars to process vital records. It is the responsibility of the hospital to file birth certificates and funeral directors to file death certificates with local deputy registrars. Certified copies of birth and death certificates are available at the Franklin County Register of Deeds or from the North Carolina Office of Vital Records. Fees are charged for certified copies of the certificates.
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Call (919) 496-8110
To report a communicable disease outbreak, an environmental health issue or a public health threat after hours, weekends or holidays please call 919-496-2533.
1-800-662-7030 is a toll-free line that handles questions about health and human service issues. Online CARE-LINE is a searchable database for all health and human services in all levels of government and other agencies.
- Franklin County Health Department Services Flyer
- 2018 Community Health Assessment-Full Report
- 2018 Community Health Assessment Executive Summary
- Franklin County Community Health and Resource Brochure
- 2018-2019 Franklin County Community Guide