Pregnancy testing is available at the Miami County Health District at 510 W. Water Street, Troy, Ohio. Hours are Monday, Tuesday and Friday 8 am to 11 am and 1 pm to 3 pm. No appointment is needed, and testing is done for a minimal fee.
The Prenatal Clinic provides health care services for pregnant women. The Piqua Health Department utilizes the Miami County Public Health Prenatal Clinic at 510 W. Water Street, Troy, Ohio. A physician and dietician are available during pre-natal visits. The obstetric care is provided at Upper Valley Medical Center in Troy, Ohio. Appointments can be made by calling (937)573-3520. Medicaid, Healthy Start and self-pay clients are accepted.
Health Partners of Miami County
This is a weekly clinic that provides uninsured and/or underinsured Miami county residents with non-emergency medical treatment at no cost to the patient. Services include care of illness, follow up nursing care, social services, patient education, nutrition classes, and prescription assistance for clinic patients. This is a walk-in clinic; however it is strongly recommended an appointment be made since the number of patients treated each week is limited. Patients must provide photo ID. Call (937)332-0894 for more information or to make an appointment. The clinic is located at 1300 N. County Road 25A, Troy, Ohio.
Free HIV Testing
HIV testing is available at Miami County Public Health at 510 W. Water Street, Troy, Ohio. The rapid test is administered every Thursday from 1 pm to 3 pm. No appointment is needed. Please do not eat, drink or chew gum 30 minutes prior to testing.
Well Child Clinic
The Piqua Health Department utilizes the Miami County Public Health Well Child Clinic at 510 W. Water Street, Troy, Ohio. The clinic provides health care for children from birth to age 21. Services include routine physicals, sport physicals, school physicals, and work permit physicals. Children are seen by appointment only. Please call (937)573-3520 to schedule an appointment. Charges are based on a sliding fee scale. Medicaid is accepted. The Well Child Clinic is supported by both the Miami County Health District and Piqua City Health Department.
TB testing is available at Miami County Public Health, 510 W. Water Street, Troy, Ohio. Hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 8 am to 3:30 pm. No appointment is needed. Testing is done for a minimal fee.
BCMH Program (Bureau for Children with Medical Handicaps)
BCMH is a State administered healthcare program for children with special health needs. Some of these conditions are diabetes, heart defects, lung disease, and cancer and hearing loss. The program supports diagnostic evaluations and coordinated treatment services for eligible medical conditions in children birth to 21 years old. BCMH, with the assistance of the Public Health Nurse, links the child with special health needs to a network of quality BCMH providers and helps families obtain payment for the needed services.
The Public Health Nurse can assist families with providing information about the program, submitting an application and coordinating care.
If you are concerned about your child’s health and would like to know if you qualify for this program, call the Piqua Health Department, Public Health Nurse at (937)778-2058.
Communicable Disease Control
To prevent the further spread of infection and disease, the Piqua Health Department provides surveillance, assessment, and intervention upon notification of a reportable communicable disease in the city of Piqua. The Piqua Health Department receives all suspected and confirmed cases of infectious diseases defined by the State as Class A, B, or C according to Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 3701-3. It is the responsibility of physicians’ offices, labs, schools, and nursing homes to report a communicable disease to the health department. The Piqua Health Department is then responsible for the investigation, education, and follow up on any reportable disease.
To report a communicable disease, please call the Piqua Health Department at (937)778-2060 or fax (937)778-0050.