To report a
public health emergency or communicable disease call 509-725-1001 or
Welcome mat is
out for Washington WIC! If you are pregnant or have an infant or child
under the age of 5 and need food assistance please stop in or call to
see if you're eligible.
Visit our WIC website!
Temporary Food Permit
clinic hours - Wednesdays 9:00AM - 4:00 PM or by appointment.
Seasonal flu shots available for
adults and children!
Flu shots are $25 and available on Wednesdays
or by appointment. We bill Medicaid and Medicare. Please call if you
have questions about insurance. Check out the
Q&A about flu vaccine.
Uninsured and underinsured adults
(19 years and up) we have vaccine
available at reduced cost. Please call 509-725-1001 for
details on vaccines available and pricing. North Basin Medical Clinics
(509-725-7501) and Odessa Clinic (509-982-2614) also have some
available, please contact their office for more information.
Do you need a
certified WA birth certificate?
Click here for an
application. Call 509-725-1001 for further questions.
Food Handlers Classes
***Effective July 1, 2012 the food
class will be held the first Thursday of every month only at 2:00pm
(Jan 3,2013, Feb 7,
2013, Mar 7, 2013, Apr 4, 2013, May 2, 2013, Jun 6, 2013, Jul 11, 2013,
Aug 1, 2013, Sept 5, 2013, Oct 3, 2013, Nov 7, 2013 & Dec 5, 2013)***.
The class will be held at the Health Department Building
located at 90 Nichols in Davenport, WA. Due to small class size you are
encouraged to call 509-725-2501 and reserve a space prior to
attending. Download the
study booklet "Food Safety is Everybody's Business" here
(updated May 2013).
NEW-Food Handlers Class
ONLINE at www.foodworkercard.wa.gov! This is a WA state recognized site for
obtaining and renewing your food card. **ALERT there is another website
online called WAFoodHandlers.com and it is NOT a site
recognized by WA State for food handlers cards.**
Join Washington Health
Foundation's Healthiest State in the Nation
Apple Health for Kids
is a new Washington State initiative aimed at streamlining applications
for childrenís medical. Up to 75,000 Washington children are still
uninsured. Many of these families are eligible Ė but they just donít know
it. Donít make that mistake. Health coverage doesnít just work when your
children are sick. It also includes preventive care like immunizations or
physical exams. If your children need coverage,
out today or
fill out the
to view the
2011 Annual Report
to view the "Health Indicator Progress Report, 2011"
Click here to view the "2012 Lincoln County
Health Matters Community Health Assessment"
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