Anyone can use this lab service. A doctors order is required for all lab tests.
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Lab Services are available:
Monday Thursday 7:15 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Lab tests are very affordable and results are usually back the next day.
We do labwork for other doctors. Just have your Doctor fax an order to us at 217-357-9067.
We will have you in and out very quickly.
Effective 12/31/12 we will no longer be providing subsidized birth control and exams through the Illinois Department of Human Services Family Planning Grant. If you would like your records transferred or a listing of providers in the surrounding area, please call 217-357-2171. We will continue to offer non-subsidized exams on a sliding fee scale, for more information call 217-357-2171.
WIC (Women, Infants and Children)
This program provides food coupons for supplemental foods to assist in healthy nutrition for women, infants, and children up to 5 years old. Basic health screening and monitoring of child development is provided. Educational sessions on breastfeeding, nutrition, and development are also part of this program.
Breast and Pelvic Exams
As part of our Family Planning clinic, women can receive a breast and pelvic exam completed by a nurse practitioner. Education and information about female health issues is also available. Call for an appointment.
Pregnancy Testing and Counseling
Immediate results of the pregnancy test are available. The results are strictly confidential. Counseling is available. Call for an appointment.
STD (Sexually Transmitted Diseases) and HIV/AIDS testing and counseling
Our nurse practitioner will provide testing, treatment, and education regarding sexually transmitted diseases for both men and women. If you think you may have a STD or HIV/AIDS or have been with a partner who has a STD or HIV/AIDS, please call for an appointment. All calls and appointments are CONFIDENTIAL.
All required immunizations are available to county residents. The initial immunization series should be completed by age 2. Booster shots are needed again after age 4. Clinics are held Fridays from 8:15 -3:45 at the Health Department. Call for an appointment.
If you are entering college, there are some highly recommended vaccinations you need to receive. Call today for the listing.
The Tetanus immunization is recommended every ten years. We also offer vaccinations for Hepatitis A and B. Call for an appointment.
Lead Poisoning Screening
All Illinois children entering pre-school, day care, and Kindergarten must have proof of a lead screening. We conduct lead screenings by appointment. The procedure is either a written questionnaire or a simple fingerstick blood test. If necessary, a home visit is done. Call for an appointment.
If you are traveling outside of the United States, there are vaccination recommendations for each part of the world. Call today to see what precautions you will need to prepare for before going on your trip.
Hancock County Diabetes Support Group
This group provides support and education for individuals who have diabetes, as well as their families or anyone with an interest in diabetes. The meetings are free and are held monthly at either the Hancock County Health Department or Memorial Hospital in Carthage. Please call for date, time, place, and more information.
Illinois Breast and Cervical Cancer Program/Peoria Memorial Affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
Through this program, women ages 35 through 64 years old may be eligible to receive a FREE pelvic exam and pap smear. Women ages 40-64 may also be eligible for these tests plus a mammogram. These services are available to all residents if you meet income guidelines and have no insurance.
Corporate Wellness Programs
Corporate Wellness Programs are programs designed for area business, civic group, or schools. Our staff will meet with your leaders and design a program appropriate to your employees needs. Such programs include, but are not limited to: smoking cessation, weight loss, proper nutrition, cholesterol and blood pressure maintenance.
Hancock County Volunteers for Diabetes
The Health Department networks with this organization to provide support and assistance with education, short-term financial help, medical care, and equipment for diabetics. Please call for more information.
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