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We provide a wide variety of services to the public that span a number of programs including.
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The Health Department and the Youth Clinic accepts Cash, Credit and Debit Cards.
The Health Department offers: Blood Pressure Checks Child Care Licensing and Registration Chronic Disease Risk Reduction Education Environmental Health Services STI/HIV/AIDS Prevention, Testing, Counseling and Treatment OPEIS Immunizations Health Promotion Programs Healthy Families Kansas Support Healthy Start Home Visits Junction City Youth Clinic Maternal Child Health Paternity Testing Physicals Sports Physicals Teen Pregnancy Target Case Management Kan-Be-Healthy Daycare HeadStart School Prenatal Classes Preparedness Planning TB Testing Well Women Clinic Women, Infants, Children (WIC) The Youth Clinic offers: Minor Illness Services Immunizations Health Education Physicals Kan-Be-Healthy Daycare HeadStart School Family Planning Services STD/HIV Screening and Counseling Services Community Outreach Services General counseling and referrals
We do accept walk-in for the following procedures: Immunizations STD/HIV/AIDS Prevention, Testing, Counseling and Treatment Pregnancy Tests Birth Control Refills TB Testing Emergency Contraceptive Pill (ECP) Appointment are required for the following procedures: Physicals Kan-Be-Healthy Daycare HeadStart School Well Women Clinic Family Planning Maternal Child Health Women, Infants, Children (WIC) Paternity Testing
We accept Medicaid/Healthwave and Blue Cross Blue Shields.
The Health Department does not see minor illness. Please contact your primary care physician. If you do not have a primary care physician please contact Konza at (785) 238-4711, KSTAT at (785) 565-0016, or Alpha Care at (785) 238-4131. The Youth Clinic does provide minor illness treatment for children ages 6 months to 21 years of age.
Yes, a parent is required to be present for children 0 to 17 years of age.