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We welcome your feedback. If you have a question about Cook County Department of Public Health (CCDPH) programs or services, please contact us. CCDPH serves suburban Cook County (excluding Evanston, Oak Park, Skokie and Stickney Township, which have their own state-certified health departments). Please direct questions related to Chicago to Chicago Department of Public Health.

Email Us

Submit questions to [email protected]

Main Phone Number

Office hours are Monday thru Friday
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

CCDPH Clinics

For personal health services, Tuberculosis services and clinic appointments, or to speak to a nurse:

708-836-8600 , Option 4

Tuberculosis services:

Northern suburbs:

Western suburbs:


Southwestern suburbs:
Southern suburbs:

CCDPH Vaccination Appointments

Vaccination appointments:

708-836-8600 , Option 1

Direct: 833-308-1988

Communicable Disease Unit

To report a reportable disease, disease outbreak, or to report a food-related illness, please call:

If calling after hours (4:30 PM to 8:30 AM) call:

708-836-8600 , Option 2, to report an urgent communicable disease matter.

Community Epidemiology & Health Planning Unit

To reach the Community Epidemiology and Health Planning Units regarding data, planning, programs and community policy changes,  please call:

708-836-8600 , Option 5

Direct: 312-446-3949

Direct Mail

Cook County Department of Public Health
Administrative Office
7556 Jackson Boulevard
Forest Park, IL 60130

Emergency Preparedness & Response Unit

To reach the Emergency Preparedness and Response Unit, please call:

Environmental Health Services Unit

To report environmental health related issues including those listed below, please call:

708-836-8600, Option  3
Restaurant or food-related issue:
Mobile home park or nuisance complaint:
Lead inspection, mold complaint, chemical pill or release or any other indoor air problem:
Private water well, septic systems or to report a boil order:
Swimming pool inspection, pool licensing or swimming pool complaint:
Tanning inspection, tobacco licensing or pest control:
Reporting a dead bird for West Nile Virus testing or general questions:

If calling after hours (4:30 PM to 8:30 AM) call:

312-617-2531 to report an urgent environmental health matter.


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Prevention Services Unit

To reach the Prevention Services Unit and staff in the departments of chronic disease, lead poisoning, tobacco or violence, please call:

Updated January 19, 2024, 1:06 PM