Flu Vaccine Available at the Health Department
There are several choices of the vaccine this year at the Health Department. The Flu Vaccine helps your body fight against the influenza virus. Most major insurance companies, including Medicaid and Medicare, will cover costs. Be sure to bring your insurance or medical card with you! The Health Department also has Flu Vaccines for children that qualify for the Vaccines for Children (VFC) program. The CDC recommends that everyone 6 months or older gets an annual flu vaccination. It takes about two weeks after vaccination for your body to develop an immune response. Get vaccinated now so you'll be protected all season long! For questions or more information call us at 694-2900.
Foot Care Clinics
Did you know??? Good foot care and regular foot checks are an important part of your health care. If foot care is difficult for you or a loved one to manage, the Health Department can help! We now offer Foot Care Clinics all day, every Tuesday. Services are provided by a Registered Nurse or Home Health Aide and the cost is only $15.00. Call 694-2900 to schedule an appointment.
Childcare Orientation Class
Interested in being a childcare provider? Come to the childcare orientation class at the Reno County Health Department, January 8th, from 3pm to 5pm. Reserve your spot by calling Kris at 620-694-2900. The cost is $20 for the class. This class is offered for adults only please.
- On-site waste water maintenance classes are available. These classes are offered for licensed contractors only. The next class is scheduled for Friday December 5th at 8:30am in the Veteran's Room at the Reno County Courthouse. Call to reserve your spot or for more information 620-694-2900.
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Reno County Preparedness
Members of the Reno County Emergency Preparedness community came together to participate in a tabletop exercise focused on the scenario of an infectious disease outbreak in our community. During this tabletop the partners worked together to prepare for this type of outbreak in Reno County. Thank you to everyone who participated, we're proudly working hard to keep Reno County prepared!