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Kennewick:
8am to noon
1pm to 5pm
Monday-Friday

Vital Records
Same-day
In-Person
Service (Kennewick office only)
8am to 11:30am
1pm to 4pm
Monday-Friday

Pasco:
8am to noon
1pm to 5pm
Monday-Friday

Vital Records and Assessment

Vital Records and Assessment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Birth and Death Certificates

 


Birth Certificates

Certified copies of Birth Certificates are available for persons born in the state of Washington dating back to January 1, 1927.

 

Births prior to this date must be requested from the Department of Vital Records in Olympia.
Death Certificates

The following Death Certificates can be purchased at the Benton-Franklin Health District:

 

·                     City of Richland deaths after July 1st, 1959.

·                     All the remainder of Benton County and Franklin County after January 1st, 1980.

Deaths occurring prior to these dates must be requested from the Department of Vital Records in Olympia.


 

 

Assessment Reports, Fact Sheets & Links to Public Health Data

 

2012 Community Health Needs Assessment Report

 

Community Health Assessment (CHA) is defined as a method of collecting, analyzing, and using data to; educate and mobilize communities, develop priorities, generate resources, and plan actions to improve public health. Assessing our community’s health is crucial to program development, implementation and evaluation.

The Benton-Franklin Health District provides community health & assessment data to the public, community agencies, medical providers, and anyone interested in learning more about health disparities in the community. This resource includes access to Public Health Data through links to the Washington State Department of Health (DOH), the Center for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), the Office of Financial Management (OFM), the Healthy Youth Survey (HYS), The Behavior Risk Factor and Surveillance Survey (BRFSS), the County Health Rankings and many more. There is also information on some specific health conditions and program services provided through Benton-Franklin Health District.

 

Benton Franklin Health District 2010 Annual Report
PDF
Flipbook

 

 

 

All sudden and unexpected deaths of children age 0-18 that occur in Benton Franklin Counties are reviewed by a team of community professionals, in cooperation with the Washington State Child Death Review system, to identify factors that may have been preventable and implement possible prevention strategies.  For more information or to participate, please contact Carla Prock 460-4225.

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Benton Franklin Health District
Kennewick
7102 W Okanogan Pl
Kennewick WA
99336
(509) 460 4200
Pasco
412 W Clark
Pasco WA
99301
(509) 547-9737
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY PLEASE CALL 911

If you are either a medical practitioner, first responder, or public works official and need to report an emergency that immediately endangers public health, please call 509-543-3851. Only medical practitioners, first responders, and public works officials may use this number.
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