YOUR LOCAL LINK TO PUBLIC HEALTH
800 ADAM DRIVE IN CHILLICOTHE MISSOURI
8:00 A.M. TO 4:30 P.M.
CLOSED OVER THE NOON HOUR
Phone: (660) 646-5506
ADULT BLOOD DRAW CLINICS
The Blood Draw Clinic is an opportunity to have some basic blood work done at an affordable charge. For more information, see our Adult Blood Draw page or call 646-5506.
BLOOD PRESSURE CLINICS
Livingston County Health Center holds blood pressure clinics several times each month, and blood pressure readings are available at our offices on Tuesdays on a walk in basis. Call the health center at 660-646-5506 for more information.
At Livingston County Health Center, we encourage all new mothers to at least try to breastfeed, and then to continue breastfeeding “one day at a time.” For more information about our breastfeeding support and services see our Breastfeeding Support Page.
CHILD CARE HEALTH CONSULTATION
In collaboration with the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Livingston County Health Center offers child care consultation and training to area child care providers. Health Center nurses provide consultations regarding child health and safety issues at licensed and license-exempt child care homes, group homes, and centers such as Head Start. We also provide health promotion presentations for children in the facility. The health center offers child care in-services at no out of pocket cost to help child care providers achieve the 12 hours of continuing education credit required for state licensure. For more information contact the Health Center at 646-5506.
COMMUNICABLE DISEASE INVESTIGATION/SURVEILLANCE
Communities face threats to its health from many sources. The health center offers services to prevent disease and investigate disease outbreaks to protect the citizens of Livingston County. For more information, see our Communicable Disease Page.
COMMUNITY WELLNESS COMMITTEE
The Community Wellness Committee is a group of individuals dedicated to improving and enhancing the health and wellness of the citizens of Livingston County. This group sees its purpose as identifying gaps in local health care and pursuing options to fill those gaps. The membership of the Community Wellness Committee includes health care professionals, school staff, law enforcement, mental health professionals, public health workers, emergency service personnel, city and county officials, local business people and private citizens. Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month at 12:00 noon at various locations. If you are interested in attending please contact Ann Burchett at 646-5506.
At the Livingston County Health Center, we are committed to provide support and education to the people of our county who are living with diabetes. For more information on our Diabetes Support and Services see our Diabetes Support Page.
The role of the Environmental Sanitation program at the health center is to promote, preserve and protect the health of the citizens of Livingston County through environmental regulation, monitoring, investigation and education to the public areas of food safety, sanitation, onsite wells and septic systems as well as other environmental programs. For more information on the Environmental Health Services available see our Environmental Health Page.
Health education strives to give each individual the information and skills to live life to the fullest by maintaining good health. By promoting healthy behaviors, health education has the potential to increase the lifespan of individuals and create healthier behaviors among the general population. The public information/health education department at Livingston County Health Center provides presentations to the public about health center services and health related topics. For information about health presentations, contact Ann Burchett, Public Information Supervisor.
HIV Testing will be done by appointment only. All results and discussions are kept confidential. Call 646-5506 to set up an appointment for testing.
Immunizations are an essential part of protecting your child’s health from devastating diseases. It is up to you as a parent to make sure you child is up to date on the immunizations that spare them from illness and injury. Many people are under the impression that immunizations are “just for kids,” but adults need to keep up on their own vaccinations as well. For more information about our Immunization Program and clinic information see our Immunization Page.
The Health Center offers free lead screening for Medicaid recipients through the Missouri Department of Health State Laboratory for children six years of age and under. A $10.00 fee is charged to those not on Medicaid. For more information or to set up an appointment contact the Health Center at 646-5506.
The health center offers pregnancy testing so mothers can begin to receive health care in the earliest possible stage of pregnancy. Pregnancy tests are $5.00 and are done on Tuesdays between the hours of 8-12 and 1-4 p.m. Call the Health Center at 646-5506 for more information.
TEMPORARY MOHEALTH NET FOR WOMEN (TEMP MEDICAID)
Temporary MO HealthNet for Pregnant Women provides ambulatory (walk-in) services directly related to your pregnancy including physician visits, pharmacy and outpatient services. For more information come to the health center office at 800 Adam Drive, or call 660-646-5506 for more information.
TUBERCULOSIS (TB) TESTING
Many jobs require a yearly Tb (Tuberculosis) test for employment. Tb testing is done on Tuesdays at the health center for a fee of $5.00. For more information or if you have questions call the Health Center at 646-5506.
Certified copies of Missouri Birth and Death Certificates can obtained at the Livingston County Health Center. Records are available for birth records dating back to 1920. Death records are available dating back to 1980. For more information see our Vital Records Page.
WIC (WOMEN, INFANTS, AND CHILDREN)
Women, Infants and Children (WIC) is a special supplemental nutrition program which provides services to pregnant women, new mothers, infants and children up to their 5th birthday based on nutritional risk and income eligibility. The primary services provided are health screening, risk assessment, nutrition education and counseling, breastfeeding promotion and referrals to health care. For more information see our WIC page.