On July 12, 2019 the Ionia County Health Department (ICHD), in consultation with Local, State, and Federal partners, issued an imminent danger order to Kassouni Manufacturing, Inc. (KMI) located in Belding, MI. This order was issued because KMI, in the wake of a recent onsite fire and chlorine gas release, had not taken acceptable steps to secure its supply of trichloroisocyanuric acid. KMI uses the trichloroisocyanuric acid to make pool chlorine tablets. ICHD and its partners found that conditions at KMI posed an imminent danger to the health and lives of individuals in the area. The following is a brief update of the situation at KMI as of July 18, 2019… Continue Reading »
We empower residents to live long and healthy lives by protecting the environment, providing health services, and educating the public to achieve positive health outcomes.
What does the Ionia County Health Department do for the Community?
Your Ionia County Health Department is a leader in improving the health and well-being of the community.
Protect you from health threats, the everyday and exceptional. We make sure tap water you drink, the restaurant food you eat and the air you breathe are all safe. We are ready to respond to any health emergency be it bioterrorism or an environmental hazard and we work constantly to prevent disease outbreaks.
Provide healthy solutions for everyone. Your Ionia County Health Department ensures that everyone can get the preventative care they need to avoid chronic disease and to help maintain their health. We provide flu shots for the elderly and help mothers obtain prenatal care that give their babies a healthy start. We also offer a program that provides children with regular check-ups, immunizations, and good nutrition to help them grow and learn.
Educate you and your neighbors about good health. We provide information; pamphlets at your doctor’s office, public service announcements in the media, programs in schools, and detailed websites that allow you to make healthy decisions everyday like exercising more, eating right, quitting smoking or simply washing your hands to keep from spreading illness.
Advancing Community Health. Your Ionia County Health Department plays a vital role in developing new policies and standards that address existing and emerging challenges to your community’s health while enforcing a range of laws intended to keep you safe. We are constantly working, through research and rigorous staff training, to maintain our unique expertise and deliver up-to-date, cutting-edge health programs.
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