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The Wallowa County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously in April 2018 to transfer its local public health authority to the state agency. As a result, Oregon Health Authority now provides limited public health services in Wallowa County. By law, the county was required to pass an ordinance before the transfer could happen.
Services provided by OHA
As of May 1, 2018, OHA assumed responsibility for limited public health services to protect the public’s health, including:
Vital records services
For individual health care needs, please contact a local primary health care provider.
If you are experiencing a public health emergency,
dial 911 or call the Wallowa County Sheriff’s office at
24/7 Communicable Disease and Outbreak Reporting
Including water testing
Food, Pools and Lodging
Including licensing and inspection
Indoor Clean Air Act (ICAA) / Tobacco
To file a complaint about a possible ICAA violation: 1-866-621-6107
For all other questions: 971-673-0984
School and Child Care Immunization Requirements
Including how to get Certificate of Immunization status forms
For immunization services, contact a local primary health care provider.
For other immunization questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
For reproductive health services and health information, please contact
Winding Waters: 541-426-4502
For other reproductive health questions: 971-673-0355
Noel Bayles 541-398-2397
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