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  • International Travel Vaccines

    International Travel Vaccines
    Available through the Clark County Health Department
     

    Clark County Health Department is a certified Yellow Fever 
    vaccine site and also provides most other travel vaccines at 
    a very reasonable rate.

    Assess need for vaccine for client who will be traveling to another country/countries.
    Provide information on health and safety for travel to other countries.

    Call for free international travel consultation.

    It is recommended that travelers schedule an appointment at least four weeks prior 
    to their departure and complete the vaccination forms.

    To cover fees, we gladly accept cash, check, Visa, Mastercard or Discover.

    We can also bill some insurance providers.

    Please call your health insurance company if you have 
    questions regarding vaccine coverage.

    Ages Served: All
    No Eligibility Requirements/Restrictions

    Appointments are necessary

    Fees: Vary according to vaccine
     

     

  • Breastfeeding Class

    Our Breastfeeding Peer Counselor, Karie, will be hosting a breastfeeding class on the 3rd Thursday of each month. The class will begin at 5pm and last approximately one hour. Refreshments will be provided, and of course door prizes will be given away. RSVP is requested. Any questions please contact Karie at the Clark County Health Department 217-382-4207.

  • Emergency Contact Information

    In the case of an emergency after business hours, please call the Clark County Sheriff's Department at 217-826-6393 or 9-1-1.

  • Solar Eclipse

    Check out the PDF for Health And Safety Tips For The Eclipse

    Looking at the sun when it is partially eclipsed is unsafe. Make sure you are protected while witnessing this once in a lifetime event.

  • Mosquito Bites

    Clark County Health Department offers tips to guard against mosquito bites.

    As we enter mosquito season, the Clark County Health Department is encouraging residents to focus on mosquito prevention.  The Clark County Health Department is advising homeowners to focus on reducing their exposure to mosquitoes by making sure doors and windows have tight-fitting screens, keeping doors and windows shut, and to eliminate or refresh sources of standing water on a weekly basis.  This includes bird baths, ponds, flowerpots, wading pools, old tires, and other containers where standing water can accumulate.  The Clark County Health Department also offers free mosquito larvicide that can be safely applied to standing water containers (rain barrels, koi ponds, bird baths, etc)  that will prevent mosquito larva from reaching the adult “biting” mosquito phase of its life cycle.  This larvicide is called Natular DT and is considered safe for humans, pets, birds, fish, and plants.  For more information, please feel free to contact the Clark County Health Department at 217-382-4207.

  • International Travel Vaccines

    • 11/30/2017 - 09:52
  • Breastfeeding Class

    • 10/23/2017 - 09:45
  • Emergency Contact Information

    • 10/23/2017 - 09:23
  • Solar Eclipse

    • 08/07/2017 - 13:40
  • Mosquito Bites

    • 05/31/2017 - 13:19

Emergency Contact Information

In the case of an emergency after business hours, please call the Clark County Sheriff's Department at 217-826-6393 or 9-1-1.