Provides health maintenance visits, disease prevention, IV Therapy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Public Health Preparedness, health education in the home and community, New Mom/New Baby visits, reportable disease follow up, communicable disease control, lead/hemoglobin testing and immunizations.
Preventative reproductive health care and education to any member of the community. Develops reproductive life plans. Goals are to decrease unintended pregnancy and reduce transmissions of sexually transmitted infections.
Outpatient medical services including basic laboratory services, specialty clinics, community health services, etc.
Vaccines for Children program.
Substance abuse testing and ou...
Family planning program provides physical exams; cervical and breast cancer screening, including enrollment in Every Woman Matters program; sexually transmitted disease (STD) testing and treatment; pregnancy testing; and contraceptive counseling and dispensing. Counsels on all contraceptive methods.
Education offered on reproductive and...
Help with finding a doctor or dentist for medical/dental care, assistance in obtaining health care coverage, limited financial assistance available for necessary medical and dental care for those uninsured/underinsured, referral to community resources and services, health education and support on a variety of topics, nutrition education and support...
4/20/21 Covid-19 Update:
All individuals 16 years of age or older are now eligible for the vaccine. Those aged 16-18 need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
DHHS Statewide Covid-19 Vaccination updates and registration:
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1st Five is a partnership bridging primary care and public health services in Iowa. The 1st Five model supports health providers in the early detection of social and emotional development delays and family risk – related factors in children birth to five and coordinates referrals, interventions and follow up.
WIC (Women Infants, & Children) is a supplemental nutrition program for babies, children under the age of 5, pregnant women, breastfeeding women, and women who have had a baby in the last 6 months. Provides healthy foods, nutrition education, and referrals to other health care agencies.
A short-term intervention program designed to strengthen families by influencing lifetime nutrition and health behaviors in populations at increased risk of poor health and malnutrition. WIC's combination of nutrition education, nutritious foods, breastfeeding support, and health care oversight provides families a gateway to good health.
Central contact for 17 counties providing basic health monitoring, nutrition education, USDA nutrition program providing food vouchers and packages tailored to needs, including formula for infants.
Clinics in Ainsworth, Atkinson, Aurora, Bassett, Broken Bow, Burwell, Central City, Greeley, Loup City, O’Neill, Ord, Spencer, St. Paul, and ...
WIC central intake for Northeast Nebraska.
Clinics held in Norfolk, South Sioux City, Neligh, Tekamah, Hartington, West Point, Wisner, Wakefield, Creighton, Pender, Wayne, Plainview, Oakland, Wahoo, Blair, and Fremont.