General & Family Medical

  1. Car Seat

    Car seat services include a one-on-one consultation between caregivers and a Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician.

  2. Child & Adolescent Health Care

    This program provides preventative and primary care services to children and adolescents.

  3. Early Detection Works

    This program provides free annual breast exams, mammograms, and cervical cancer screenings for Kansas women who are age 40-64, who do not have health insurance or have a high unmet deductible, or who qualify by income.

  4. Equipment Rental

    Medical equipment including breast pumps, crutches, walkers, canes, wheelchairs, bedside commodes, shower chairs, and stool risers are available for rent.

  5. Family Planning

    This program provides individuals with the information and means to exercise personal choice in determining the number and spacing of children, and provides general women’s health.

  6. Home Visit

    A registered health nurse can meet with a client in the home for the purpose of filling medications, filling diabetic syringes, checking blood pressures, performing dressing changes, toenail trims, and other medical needs.

  7. Immunization

    Immunizations are offered to any infant, child, adolescent and/or adult. They are offered based on the Center for Disease and Control (CDC) immunization schedules and ACIP recommendations.

  8. Injections

    Health Department registered nurses are able to administer routine injections with medicine ordered by a physician, such as Vitamin B-12 injections.

  9. Labs

    Reduced cost lab services are offered to any person at any income level.

  10. Maternal & Infant / Prenatal

    This program can provide or facilitate access to comprehensive prenatal care and follow-up for the mother and infant for up to one year post delivery.

  11. Women, Infant & Children (WIC)

    WIC provides supplemental foods for women, infants and children under age 5.