*Staff picture courtesy of Democrat News & Victoria Kemper
Update: September 18,2023
Madison County Health Department DOES NOT have the New Covid-19 Vaccine YET.
Please stay tuned and we will update once we get the vaccine in.
WE DO NOT TEST HERE. We do ask if you are experiencing any COVID-19 or Flu symptoms that you DO NOT come into the building. Please call first or go back to your car and call us at 573-783-2747.
We still do full walk-in services, but appointments are preferred, which includes but not limited to pregnancy test, STI testing, blood draws/labs, injections, & immunizations: Flu, Shingles,
RSV for 60 & up, childhood, etc.
If your organization, church, or workplace would be interested in COVID-19 or Flu vaccine clinic please call us at 573-783-2747 x307. If you have any question or would still like to have an appointment you can call 573-783-2747.
Madison County Health Department would like for you to be a part of our Opioid Crisis Task Force. We have received funding through Missouri Department of Health to identify programs to help address the needs of our county so we can decrease opioid abuse/deaths.
Madison County is at high risk of experiencing a significant increase in HIV & Hepatitis C infection cases as per the Centers for Disease Control as related to injection drug use following CDC Consultation (July 2018) for our county. Madison County is ranked 58th in this national publication for these risks. We would value your ideas/input that your organization could bring to help fight against this epidemic.
Please join us in attending our task force meetings, which will be held every third Wednesday of the month at 10am at Community Counseling Meeting Room in Fredericktown.