The Marshall County Health Department offers clinical, WIC, environmental and home care services to the public. Certified copies of birth and death certificates may be obtained from this health department.
Hours of Operation: 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday
Call us at (256) 582-3174. For more contact information, including addresses, phone numbers, and email, visit Contact Us.
Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS)
The Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring system (PRAMS) is a survey jointly administered by the CDC and the Alabama Department of Public Health. Its purpose is to find out why some babies are born healthy and others are not. New mothers are randomly chosen to participate in PRAMS and will receive surveys in the mail. They can return the survey in the enclosed postage paid envelope. Mothers may also do the survey over the phone if they prefer. Whether by mail or by phone, each mother who completes the survey will receive her choice of a package of disposable diapers, an insulated cooler, a manicure set, or a onesie for her baby (size 12 months). Mothers who receive a survey are encouraged to complete it. Each woman's experiences are different and can help improve the health of all our moms and babies. All responses are kept confidential to the extent of the law. For more information, go to alabamapublichealth.gov/PRAMS or call (334) 206-2923.
2015 Annual Report
The Marshall County Health Department conducted more than 8,000 home care visits in 2015. For details on this and other public health accomplishments and initiatives, see the 2015 Marshall County Health Department Annual Report.
Customer Satisfaction Survey
The Alabama Department of Public Health is asking patients of our county health departments to complete a customer satisfaction survey. ADPH cares about what you think of the services we provide. We value your feedback and look forward to receiving your ratings and comments.
The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) receives numerous reports daily for notifiable diseases which include specific diseases, any diseases of public health importance and outbreaks of any kind. Most reports end up not being confirmed to be actual cases. For a case to be "confirmed" it must meet certain requirements. In the event a case of measles is confirmed within Alabama, the ADPH will issue a statewide news release and will hold a news conference to make the public aware. For additional information please go to Immunization.
Page last updated: May 2, 2019