Health Department

At the Randolph County Health Department, we Prevent, Promote, and Protect. Committing to the core functions of public health including assessment, assurance, and policy development, the Randolph County Health Department protects the health of the citizens of Randolph County through the compassionate guidance of access to basic health services, diligent assurance of a healthy environment, and reliable disaster preparedness. We enthusiastically promote individual and community wellness with an emphasis on disease and injury prevention.

The Randolph County Health Officer is Dr. Kenneth Sowinski, M.D.

The CLINIC is open Monday, 8am - 6 pm; Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 8 am - 4 pm; Friday 8 am - 1 pm.

VITAL RECORDS and ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH are open Monday - Friday 8 am - 4 pm.

We are closed on all major Holidays.

Feel free to email any questions to dwymer@randolph.in.gov.

FAQs

On this website there are applications that you can print out and fill out then mail to the Health Department. The application is very self explanatory and tells you everything you need to do.

You are able to file a PA until the child is 18 years of age.

A Certified  Birth Certificate is $10.00 per certificate

 

Certified Death Certificate is $12.00 per certificate.

You as parents have until the baby is 12 months old to file a Home Birth at the Randolph County Health Department. The cost is $20.00 which includes a certified birth certificate. If the child is more than 12 months old, you must file the birth with the Indiana State Department of Health as a delayed birth registration.

People

Name / Title Phone #
Matt Simmons
Preparedness Coordinator
765-584-1155
Brenda Woolf
Clinic Nurse Manager/Educator
765-584-1155, Ext.: 13
Carole Greene
Clerk
765-584-1155, Ext.: 10
Kenneth Sowinski
Health Officer
765-584-1155
Debi Wymer
Coordinator/Registrar
765-584-1155, Ext.: 25
Wendy McDavid
Public Health Nurse
765-584-1155, Ext.: 26
Scot Enghaus
Sanitarian
765-584-1155, Ext.: 14

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