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Haskell County Health Department


Haskell County Health Department

301 S. Derby

Sublette, Kansas  67877

Phone: 620-675-8191

Fax: 620-675-2236

The Haskell County Health Department is located in the south end of the Thiemann Memorial Clinic at 301 S. Derby in Sublette.  The reception desk is located just inside the south doors.  The Haskell County Health Department reception desk is open 8 AM to 5 PM each day and through the noon hour.

While we welcome walk-ins, a nurse may not be available at all times.  You may find it more convenient to call before coming in for service.

 

IMMUNIZATIONS

Immunization services are provided through Private Pay (insurance included) and through the Vaccine For Children Program (VFC- provided by State and Federal Funds). 

Private vaccine prices are based on the cost to the health department plus a $20.00 administration fee.  These prices may change at any time due to changes in manufacturers pricing.

Vaccines given through the VFC Program are provided free of charge with an administration fee charged based on the patients sliding fee scale. Children that qualify for this program are those without insurance, whose insurance will not cover vaccines, and those with Medicaid.  Vaccines are given regardless of ability to pay.

The sliding fee scale is based on current federal poverty levels.

The VFC Vaccine administration fee slide with proof of income is:

                  100%   $20.00 each           80%     $16.00 each            60%    $12.00 each           40%     $8.00 each

WELL CHILD SERVICES

Day Care Physicals, School & Preschool Entry Physicals, Kan Be Healthy Physicals, Fluoride Varnish, Hearing Screening, Vision Screening, and Blood and Urine tests.

 

ADULT SERVICES

Family Planning Exams and Supplies, Pregnancy Tests, STD testing, Hearing Screening, Vision Screening .

 MATERNAL/CHILD HEALTH

 Car Seats, Prenatal Visits and Healthy Start Visitor Program 

 EPIDEMIOLOGY

The health department assures the health of all the residents of Haskell County by providing disease investigation services.  These include STD’s, Tuberculosis, vaccine preventable diseases, food borne illness, Rabies and all other reportable disease.    These services are provided with the assistance of the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.

 COMMUNITY EDUCATION

Staff are available to answer questions about health and wellness and to present programs to groups in the community.


WIC Services are available on Wednesdays

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