Hours: Mondays through Thursday, 8:30am - 3:45 pm by appointment. Walk in's welcome, but there may be a wait.
Email: Michelle Barberino, Public Health Clinic Coordinator, email@example.com
- Adult vaccinations
- Child vaccinations - free to children from birth through completion of high school
- Childhood blood lead screening and management
- Health information
- Health screenings - blood sugar, total cholesterol, blood pressure
- Asthma Education Program
- Seasonal flu shots for both adults and children
- STI screenings - chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, and hepatitis C
- Tuberculin skin testing (PPD test) and reading (must be read within 48-72 hours)
- W.I.C. certifications - height, weight, hemoglobin and lead (as needed) for children up to 5 years of age
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A core function of a health department is to prevent disease. Our Clinic office is responsible for investigating and following up on communicable diseases, such as tuberculosis, hepatitis, and food borne illnesses such as salmonella or campylobacter. State law requires area physicians, hospitals, and laboratories to report selected diseases to local health departments. Our public health nurses then investigate the extent of these illnesses and apply control measures when necessary. This process involves interviewing the affected persons and, in some cases, friends and family members.