Our agency has continually ensured the service of a public walk-in clinic since 2015. We staff a full time nurse to provide a clinic that is available to the community with no appointment necessary. Members of our community have access to a list of affordable nursing services, immunizations and much more right here at our office.
We are able to offer some of our services free of charge or at a discounted rate, thanks to our “Public Health Initiatives”; Our effort to a healthy community through free education and health services. Throughout the year our agency hosts events and fundraisers that help us cover the costs of these and many other free and discounted services within our agency.
Our Walk-In Clinic Hours are:
Monday – Friday
8:00 AM – 12:00 PM (closed daily for lunch) 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Walk-In Clinic Services offered:
All prices subject to change per market value.
Please call our office to verify pricing.
This fee schedule was last updated 9/2020.
PUBLIC HEALTH/ VITAL RECORD SERVICES:
Food Service Permit (Annual: Jan.-Dec.) – $100
Temporary Food Stand Permit (1-3 days) – $10
Seasonal/Farmers Market Permit (May-Oct.) – $25
Sewage Permit – $115
Birth Certificate (1920 to present) – $15
Death Certificate (Back to 1981 – first/additional) – $14/$11
(Patient will be billed any extra cost of any required medical supplies)
Blood Pressure Screening – Free
Blood Sugar Screening – $5
Cholesterol/Lipid Profile with Glucose – $20
Dressing Changes/Wound Care Free$ – 10*
Fill Medi-Set and/or Insulin Syringes Free- $5*
Hemoglobin A1C – $20
Injection Administration – $5*
IV Care (Peripheral/PICC/Central/Port-a-Cath) – $10**
Lead Screening (Non-Medicaid) – $10
Lab Draw – $10*
INR Check – $10*
PKU Screening – $105
Pregnancy Test – $5
Public Health Home Visit – $20
STD Testing (Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Chlamydia, HIV, Hep C) – $10
Suture/Staple Removal Kit – $10
TB Screening – $15
* Doctors Orders are Required
** RN service only, please call ahead to ensure an RN is on staff.
Adacel (Tdap) – $45
Hepatitis A (2 Dose Series) – $85
Hepatitis B: 3 Dose Series – $75 Pediatric Dose – $40
Influenza – $25 /High Dose – $58/Flublok – $58
Pneumovax (PPSV23) – $120
ProQuad (MMRV) – $230
Menactra (Meningitis) – $120
MMR – $90
Prevnar 13 (PVC 13) – $210
Kinrix (Dtap/IPV) – $70
Typhoid – $110
Trumenba (Meningitis B) – $160
Shingrix – $5.00 injection fee. Vaccine is available through your local pharmacy.
- The Shingles vaccine (Shingrix) is administered at the health department for a $5.00 injection fee, this vaccine will need to be purchased through a local pharmacy. Contact your Doctor and get a script for the vaccine, then take the script to your pharmacy to have it filled and bring the vaccine DIRECTLY to our office. IMPORTANT: When you get the vaccine it is necessary to keep it at a certain temperature. The vaccine can be unusable if not kept within this temperature. Your pharmacist should equip you with the information or necessary goods to ensure it is transported properly. Contact your pharmacy or our office if you have further questions about this. 573-324-2111
You should also know:
- Children under 7 should schedule an immunization appointment with our Maternal & Child Health Nurse
- Some adult and child immunizations are free through VFC and 317 programs.
Doctors Orders are REQUIRED and appointments are preferred so that we can more efficiently serve you. We charge a $10 Clinical Lab Fee and test costs can be billed to insurance. Patients using LABCORP need to arrive before 9:30 a.m. for same day labs. We can send labs for QUEST, LABCORP and PCMH. For more questions or to make an appointment please call our office at 573-324-2111.
PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING VISITS:
This service is intended for those that are home bound but do not qualify for our Home Health services. Our public health nursing staff is available with doctors orders to provide in-home nursing services to the community such as basic health assessments, blood draws, immunizations, filling medi-sets, and checking vital signs. There is a $20 visit fee for those that qualify for this service. Please call our office and ask to speak with one of our Public Health Nurses to learn more.