Information regarding fees for health department services can be found below. Services that we normally provide will not be denied because of the inability to pay. All private health information will be kept in accordance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
What Do I Bring?
When you come to a clinic, you may need to bring:
Proof of Identity, acceptable forms include
– Social Security card
– Driver’s License
– Medicaid card
– For an infant or child, acceptable forms include: hospital bracelet, foot prints, hospital crib card, birth certificate, Social Security card, Medicaid card, Income tax return or W2 Form
Proof of Income, acceptable forms include
– Pay stub showing year-to-date 3 months worth of pay stubs
– Income tax return or W-2 form
– Medicaid card
– Written statement from employer
– Support letter (letter showing that someone provides you with food and shelter)
– Statement of Social Security of income received
– Statement from employment office of unemployment or of benefits you are receiving
Health insurance card
The following services are offered by the health department at no out-of-pocket cost to client.
Blood pressure screening
Testing of sexually transmitted infections (medicines may be chargeable)
Nursing Home/Personal Care screenings
School required immunizations for all children
Skin testing for those who are contacts of a suspected or confirmed tuberculosis patient
Tetanus/Diphtheria immunization for adults (vaccine is free, but there are administrative fees charged)