Fishers Health Department

Fishers Health Department

About the Fishers Health Department

Fishers Health Department was formed on April 24, 2020, upon the approval of the City Council to create a health department that will be agile, resilient, and proactive in protecting and promoting the health and wellbeing of Fishers residents. As one of three municipal-level health departments in the state, FHD was borne out of the recognized need to provide local public health services amidst a global pandemic. The FHD team collaborates across the whole of the City of Fishers government to provide public health expertise during policy decisions, ensuring evidence-informed and health in all policy approaches to local government. The FHD’s approach is to integrate evidence-informed public health policy has been highlighted by others as an exemplar for ensuring public health is at the fore of government policies

The Fishers Health Department exists to bring a high level of health and safety services to the residents of Fishers. Effective April 2020, the Fishers Health Department provides many services to residents of Fishers.

Did you know?

Covid-19 Bivalent booster doses for ages 5-11 will be available soon. Previously schedule appointments have been canceled per state guildelines. If you had an appointment canceled, you will need to reschedule for the Bivalent booster. Please follow our social media channels and website to stay up to date on availability. Those 5 and older who completed a primary series or received a booster dose 2 or more months ago are eligible. Once available, call our Covid-19 Hotline at 317-595-3211 to schedule an appointment or register online at ourshot.gov.in.

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Residents can conduct all permitting and applications through the Fishers Health Department’s online portal here. Learn how to apply for permits and vital records here.

The Fishers Health Department can be contacted at 317-567-5045 or healthdept@fishers.in.us. 

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Fishers Health Department Leadership


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Indy Lane, M.D., FACOG
Chief Medical Director
Fishers Health Department
Monica Heltz, DNP, MPH, APRN
Public Health Director
Fishers Health Department

The Fishers Health Department manages:

  • Any action authorized by state statute or rule of the state department to control communicable diseases
  • Making sanitary and health inspections necessary to carry out the purposes of Ind. Code §16-20-4
  • Investigating the existence of any contagious or infectious disease
  • Adopting measures, not inconsistent with the rules of the state department, to arrest the progress of contagious or infectious disease
  • Making all necessary sanitary and health investigations and inspections
  • Entering into contracts for the provision of health services within the board’s jurisdiction in accordance with Ind. Code §16-20-1-8
  • Contracting or purchasing planning services considered essential to the development of an effective community health program in accordance with Ind. Code §16-20-1-8
  • Confirming the appointment of professional employees who are appointed by the health officer and who meet the qualification requirements of the board for the respective professional employee positions
  • Providing reports of department activities to the state department in accordance with state department rules
  • Enforcing the board’s or officer’s orders, citations, and administrative notices by an action in the circuit or superior court in accordance with Ind. Code §16-20-1-26
  • With the approval of the Mayor, establishing and collecting fees for specific services and records established by local ordinances and state law; however, fees may not exceed the cost of services provided. The fees shall be accounted for and transferred to the health fund of the taxing jurisdiction
  • All other powers and duties as provided by Indiana law