Call Us:  765-458-5393

Union County Health Department 

Our Mission:

​Union County Health Department is dedicated to promoting the health and wellness of the community it serves.  To help the populations served attain the highest level of health possible.  Our objectives are to plan and develop programs and health policy to assure an effective local public health system.

American Heart Month

February is American Heart Month! Make a difference in your community: Spread the word about strategies for preventing heart disease and encourage people to live heart healthy lives.​​



Complete and sign this form for release of your medical records  

Radon Action Month!

Radon is the 2nd leading cause of lung cancer.

Radon test results in Indiana. Levels should be below 4.0 pCi/L.

Radon is a heavy molecule that stays at the lowest levels of the home. Homeowners should test the lowest livable area of their home in which they spend a lot of time.

Union County Health Department has a limited supply of FREE TEST KITS.

Call our office to reserve your kit and schedule a time to pickup your test kit.

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Union County Health Department

6 W South St - Ste2

Liberty IN 47353


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Office Hours for Health Department
Monday - Friday: 8:00 - 4:00 pm
Saturday - Sunday: Closed

JANUARY 22, 2016

We regret to inform you that effective January 22, 2016 the Union County Health Department Rural Health Center will be closing due to financial reasons.  We will no longer be available to take care of your medical needs after that date.

Please arrange to have another physician take care of you as soon as possible.  If you are not acquainted with a physician, you may use your insurance company’s provider directory or check with the hospitals’ physician referral service.  Fayette Regional Health System’s physician referral number is 765 827-7777.  Reid Health Services physician referral number is 765 983-3191.  McCullough Hyde Memorial Hospital physician referral number is 513 524-5460. 

Your medical records are confidential and once you have identified a physician or practice and signed an authorization to disclose protected health information, please contact our office and a copy of your medical records can be transferred to that doctor.  For your convenience, we have enclosed an authorization form you can sign and return to our office so we may transfer your records to your new doctor. 

We have greatly valued our relationship and thank you for your loyalty and friendship.  Best wishes for your future health.

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In honor of American Heart Month, CDC LC features, "A Community Health Worker (CHW) Training Resource for Preventing Heart Disease and Stroke (2015)." CHWs are trusted members of the community who serve as a bridge between their community members and professionals in the field of health and human services. This evidence-based training resource is designed for CHWs and includes hands on activities and links to relevant websites and products. Health educators, nurses, and other instructors can also use this resource to train CHWs. The training incorporates the latest research, guidelines and prevention strategies for heart disease and stroke. Access this resourceExternal Web Site Icon and earn free CE!