The county has raised its sewer rates. One resident reported her bill increased from $18 to $42 every other month. This increase was effective July 1, 2016. The Township has no control over the rates.
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What we do? Lorain County Free Clinic is a Medical Clinic that provides free health care services to qualified patients by appointment only in Lorain, Cuyahoga and Erie Counties.
Who we serve? Patients between 19 and 65.
Patients must have income below 250% of Federal Poverty Level.
Please note that attached to the application, applicants must also submit:
1. Proof of income- copies of pay stubs, unemployment, or letter explaining how you support yourself -if you do not have income.
2. Copy of valid state I.D., or driver’s license.
The LCFC does not offer services to pregnant women, pregnancy testing, birth control or the morning-after pill. We also do not provide testing for sexually transmitted diseases or any dental services.
Please call (440) 277-6641 or email email@example.com to request an application for services or for any questions that you may have.
Other options for health care coverage:
Medicaid (440) 244-4150 or www.benefits.ohio.gov
ACA / Obamacare: 1-800- 318-2596 or www.HealthCare.gov
LORAIN COUNTY FREE CLINIC, INC.
3323 Pearl Avenue Lorain, OH 44055-0094
(440) 277-7602 ♦ Fax: (440) 277-5160
Free Clinic Fast Facts
House Bill 187 was signed by the Governor on May 31, 2016 and becomes effective on August 31, 2016. This legislation establishes Ohio Revised Code 4765.52, which permits EMS certificate holders to provide care to dogs and cats within the following guidelines.
• The law applies to all EMS certificate holders (EMR, EMT, AEMT, Paramedic).
• Only dogs and cats are referenced in the Bill. The law does not authorize care to any other animals.
• Medical care for dogs and cats should only be performed in the course of an emergency medical response, fire response, or response to aid law enforcement. The law does not apply to a call for EMS care for animals and, furthermore, does not require EMS organizations to respond to calls for animal assistance.
• The scope of practice is not expanded for care to animals. The certificate holder is only authorized to perform the corresponding form of medical services that could be provided to a human patient including:
-Opening and manually maintaining an airway;
-Giving mouth to snout or mouth to barrier ventilation;
-Managing ventilation by mask;
-Controlling hemorrhage with direct pressure;
-Administering Naloxone if administering Naloxone has been authorized by the medical director and the drug is administered either in accordance with a written protocol established by a veterinarian or pursuant to consultation with a veterinarian.
• Immunity applies to EMS certificate holders when providing care to dogs and cats under the same circumstances as when providing care to human patients.
• Veterinarians who assist EMS certificate holders with medical services to a dog or cat have the same level of immunity as medical directors who assist with EMS matters.
*This document has been prepared for informational purposes only. As always, certificate holders and EMSOs should consult with their legal counsel for advice.
Waste & Recycling Audit
Rumpke works with businesses to perform waste and recycling audits, which involves closely reviewing a work location’s overall waste stream to identify materials that can be recycled. This is the starting point for developing a successful and cost-effective recycling program.
Rumpke will visually inspect and detail the types and volumes of trash. This analysis will provide information for Rumpke to design a comprehensive recycling program customized to meet your company’s needs.
If you’re already recycling, an audit may help identify additional ways to recycle more materials.
Benefits of a Waste & Recycling Audit
- Identify and provide a breakdown of all materials currently generated.
- Determine which items can be recycled.
- Review options for recycling rather than landfilling.
- Compare the cost of landfilling to the cost of implementing a recycling program.
The Lorain County Health Department holds an adult immunization clinic on the fourth Tuesday of each month. Walk-in between 1 pm and 6 pm. They offer the following vaccines:
ADAP (Tetanus, Diphtheria, and Pertussis)
Prevnar 13 and Pneumovax 23
MMR (Measles, Mumps, and Rubella)
Varicella (Chicken Pox)
HPV (Human Papillomavirus)
The health department will bill your insurance for the vaccine and administration fee. There will be no balance due after your insurance pays as long as you’re a resident of Lorain County.
Contact Karen Shufelt at 440.322.6367 with any questions.