St. Francois County Health Center processes birth and death certificates for
individuals born and deceased in the state of Missouri. If you were born in a state
other than Missouri, you will need to contact the state you were born in to receive
a birth certificate. If you are searching for a death certificate you must go through the
state that the individual passed away in. You may call (573) 431-1947, Ext. 100 for
assistance in obtaining telephone numbers for the Vital Records departments of other
states. An additional source of information for 'out of state' birth certificates is http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/w2w.htm. After clicking on the site, scroll down and click
on the letter that begins with your birth state. Birth and death certificates are attainable
at any agency in the state of Missouri that prints records of this type.
Vital Records'Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 3:45 p.m.
For birth and death certificate information call
(573)431-1947, ext. 100.
Acceptable form of payment for Vital Records is cash, credit card/debit cards,
on site credit card processing only (processing fees will apply)
No Credit Card Payments accepted by telephone, internet, website or us mail
ACCEPTABLE PAYMENT FOR MAILING APPLICATIONS
Cashier checks or money orders
Proper identification is required!
A drivers' license is the most common means of identification. Other forms of
identification may be listed as school ID, work badge etc., all picture ID's must
have your name and photo on it.
If you have lost your drivers license or Missouri Non-Driver ID, two
other forms of identification that have your name and an organizations name on it
will work as well. Example: bank statements, utility bills, W-2 form issued within
the last year, social security card or printout, proof of auto insurance.
HOW TO OBTAIN A BIRTH CERTIFICATE?
St.Francois County Health Center may issue certified copies of birth certificates
for people born in Missouri from 1920 through the current year.
The cost of a certified copy of a birth certificate is $15.00
The fee(s) must accompany the application. You may complete your application for a
certified copy of a birth certificate at the St. Francois County Health Center or
you may download the application by clicking on the green arrow in below.
If you were born before 1920, you will need to contact the
Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services at (573)751-6378.
Their website is as follows: http://health.mo.gov/index.php
Hospitals do not send out birth certificates. It is the client's responsibility
to request a copy of a childs birth certificate.
HOW TO OBTAIN A DEATH CERTIFICATE?
St.Francois County Health Center may issue a certified copy of a death
certificate for a death which occurred in the State of Missouri after 1980.
Costs for certified copies of a death certificate:
$13.00 for the first certified copy of a death certificate
$10.00 for each additional copy of a death certificate
(that is issued at the same time)
The fee(s) must accompany the application. You may complete your
application for a certified copy of a death certificate at the St. Francois
County Health Center or you may download the application by clicking on
the green arrow below.
If you need a death certificate before 1980 please contact the State
office at (573)751-6378.
You may download an application for a birth or death certificate online. Click the green arrow or click here to download the form. Complete the form and bring the form to our office or mail the form to SFCHC with the $15.00 fee, the application must be notarized and proper identification is required.
ALL MAIL IN REQUESTS MUST BE NOTARIZED BEFORE
SUBMITTING AND SENT IN WITH YOUR MONEY ORDER OR
CASHIERS CHECK MADE PAYABLE TO:
ST. FRANCOIS COUNTY HEALTH CENTER
SUBMIT ALL MAIL IN REQUESTS TO
SFCHC, 1025 W. Main St., P.O. Box 367, Park Hills, MO 63601
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Revised 9 February 2015