207 West Courthouse Road
P.O. Box 27
Nottoway, Virginia 23955
(434) 645-8197 Fax
The Nottoway County Health Department provides many services to eligible county citizens such as health initiatives that address community wide needs such as sedentary lifestyles, obesity, diabetes, teen pregnancy, childhood obesity as well as nursing case management for lead poisoning, rabies exposure, and tuberculosis cases.
A special supplemental food program for women, infants, and children. It provides nutrition education and checks for free nutritious food to eligible participants.
Family Planning Services
This program aims to improve a woman’s general health so that she can conceive and deliver a healthy baby. It includes consulting on such subjects as abstinence, contraceptives and sexually transmitted diseases as well as topics on unintended pregnancy, cancer, smoking, drugs, violence, and poor nutrition.
Environmental Health Services
The Health Department is responsible for such diverse matters as rabies protection, food service operations, on-site sewage disposal, wells and water quality, migrant labor camps, lead poisoning, and environmental complaints.
The Health Department provides immunizations for infants, children, and adolescents to prevent illnesses such as diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, polio, Hepatitis B, measles, mumps, rubella, and chicken pox. Adult vaccines such as flu, pneumonia, tetanus, pertussis, shingles and most foreign travel vaccines are also available.
Vital Statistics Services
The death records of all who died in Nottoway County are kept in the Health Department. Local records extend back to 1963.
Communicable Disease Services
The Health Department investigates any communicable health problem that poses a threat to the public health. It then takes all possible steps to prevent its spread and treat those infected.
Prevention and Treatment of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI)
The Health Department plays a critical role in the prevention and control of STIs. It provides screening services, education and consulting, treatment, and referral services. They also provide free testing for HIV/AIDS and referral for care