Frequently Asked Questions

1. Where is the Health Department located? What is the telephone number? How do I make an appointment?

2. What are the operating hours of the Health Department?

3. Do you require payment at the time of service?

4. Are my medical information and visits to the Health Department confidential?

5. How do I get a pregnancy test?

6. How do I get a TB (tuberculosis) test?

7. How do I get a flu shot?

8. Does the Health Department have a Child Health Clinic?

9. My child needs a physical for Pre-K/Kindergarten. How do I get an appointment?

10. Does the Health Department have an Adult Health Clinic?

11. How do I get tested for HIV/AIDs and/or other sexually transmitted diseases?

12. How do I get a copy of a birth or death certificate?

13. How do I get a copy of my or my child's shot record?

14. How do I get a copy of my or my child's Health Department medical record?

15. How do I get immunization shots for my child or immunizations for school or foreign travel?

16. How do I get birth control?

17. What is the WIC program and how do I find out more information to see if I qualify?

18. Do you provide foreign language interpretation for your clients whose first language is not English?

19. Who do I contact if I have a question about getting a septic tank permit/inspection, soil evaluation, temporary food establishment permit, restaurant inspection/review, public swimming pool inspection, tattoo parlor license, water sample, new well permit, solid waste transporter permit, building demolition/relocation/rodent inspection, plot redrawing, repair permit or related?

20. I have been diagnosed with diabetes. Does the Health Department provide diabetes education?