Health and public safety issues in Ohio, such as emergency services and medical care, are listed in this category. Issues such as police, fire, and emergency medical services, as well as issues of statewide medical import, are included.
The assisted living community allows seniors to live individual, private, and dignified lives while having access to the care they need.
A non-profit organization which offers independent retirement community living; complete with on-site emergency and nursing staff.
Not A Single Drop
Not A Single Drop is a non-profit organization concerned with the prevention and support of children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders.
Ohio Concerns of Police Survivors
The Ohio COPS site is dedicated to Ohio law enforcement officers who were killed in the line of duty. Profiles of fallen officers can be found by name, department or cause of death. The site also includes grief information.
Ohio Dental Hygienists' Association
The Ohio Dental Hygienists' Association (ODHA) is a membership organization for those who work as dental hygienists in the US state of Ohio. The website also has awards and scholarships for students studying to become a dental hygienist. You can also find a list of schools that provided training programs to prepare for this career.
Represents a group of not-for-profit, faith-based healthcare organizations operating throughout the state of Ohio. Includes specific areas for patients or visitors, medical professionals, and those seeking employment. Locations, services and programs are described.
Ohio Occupational Therapy Association
OOTA is a non-profit organization promoting occupational therapy standards within the state of Ohio. Includes membership information, continuing education and career opportunities.
Ohio Sickle Cell and Health Association
The Ohio Sickle Cell and Health Association is a non-profit organization with a mandate to raise awareness of Sickle Cell Disease in the state of Ohio.
Ohio Veterinary Medical Licensing Board
The Board is the regulatory agency for the practice of veterinary medicine in Ohio, responsible for licensing veterinarians and registered veterinary technicians. Online services include access to its database of licensed veterinarians, license verification, and details of disciplinary actions taken. Veterinary professionals may renew their licenses online.
OHPCO, the Ohio Hospice & Palliative Care, is a non-profit organization promoting the highest quality hospice, home, and palliative care services.
Ohio allergy and asthma patients can turn to the allergists at Premier Allergy and their 4 area locations to help alleviate their symptoms. The offices are open Monday to Saturday to allow for easy scheduling for patients.