Free community flu shot clinics start Monday, Oct. 27
Get your flu shot early and protect yourself and your loved ones from the flu. Clinics run for three weeks in locations across Oxford County. Click for full clinic schedule.
Oxford County EMS receives funding for community paramedicine
The County’s emergency medical services is one of 30 centres in Ontario approved for the program.
You're invited to our Concussion Awareness & Management discussion
On Nov. 18, listen to Dr. Tator discuss concussion prevention, signs & symptoms, and more!
Students to take "The Big Crunch"
An estimated 17,000 students in all 42 schools in Oxford County will be biting into an apple on Thursday, October 23 to promote healthy snacking. More.
Fall STOP Program workshops for smokers who wish to quit
Oxford County residents to receive free medication to help them quit smoking. More.
Free mobile dental clinic is coming to Tillsonburg this Fall
No dental insurance? No problem! The mobile dental clinic is coming to Tillsonburg four dates this fall.
Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68)
The Public Health Agency of Canada is aware of clusters of mild and severe respiratory illness in children in several provinces in Canada, including Ontario. Some of the cases have been confirmed as the Enterovirus D68 strain, which is related to the common cold. If you have questions or concerns about EV-D68, please call Oxford County Public Health at 519-539-9800 ext. 3500.
Ebola virus disease (EVD)
Ebola virus is a severe disease affecting the body’s vascular system that can lead to internal bleeding and organ failure. There is currently an outbreak of EVD in West Africa and Canadians are being urged to avoid all non-essential travel to affected areas. There have not been any cases of Ebola in Canada and the risk to Ontarians is low. Visit Public Health Ontario to learn more about the Ebola virus.