FAQ

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Q: What forms of payment to you accept?

A: The Health Department and the Youth Clinic accepts Cash, Credit and Debit Cards.

 

Q: What types of services do you provide?

A: The Health Department offers:

  • Blood Pressure Checks
  • Chronic Disease Risk Reduction Education
  • Environmental Health Services
  • STI Testing, Counseling and Treatment
  • Immunizations
  • Health Promotion Programs
  • Healthy Start Home Visits
  • Maternal Child Health
  • OPEIS
  • Physicals
    • Sports Physicals
    • Kan-Be-Healthy
    • Daycare
    • HeadStart
    • School
  • Prenatal Classes
  • Teen Pregnancy Target Case Management
  • 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
  • STI Screening and Counseling Services
  • Community Outreach Services

 

Q: Do you accept Walk-ins?

A: We do accept walk-in for the following procedures:

  • Immunizations
  • STI Prevention, Testing, Counseling and Treatment
  • Pregnancy Tests
  • TB Testing

Appointment are required for the following procedures:

  • Physicals
    • Kan-Be-Healthy
    • Daycare
    • HeadStart
    • School
  • Well Women Clinic
  • Maternal Child Health
  • Women, Infants, Children (WIC)

 

Q: What type of insurance do you accept at the Health Department and the Youth Clinic?

A: We accept most major medical insurances. Contact the Health Department for more information.

 

Q: Do I have to have a parent present to be seen for physicals or immunizations at the Health Department or Youth Clinic.

A: Yes, a parent or a legal guardian is required to be present for children 0 to 17 years of age.