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Please visit our dedicated Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates page for more detailed information
Lincoln County Health Department is open to the public for all services. We are not requiring masks be worn when you come in for services unless it is your personal preference.
If you are not feeling well or prefer not to come into the office we will continue to serve your needs through web based services, phone or email. Please be patient as our COVID-19 response will impact our ability to respond to your needs in a timely manner.
Or call us at: 509-725-1001
Phone appointments and in person appointments available!
Contact Brean Nieman at 509-215-1026
We will still accept applications in person or through email, fax or mail. Onsite evaluations continue to be by appointment only. Call Kim Heinz 509-215-1024 or 509-725-1001
Birth and Death Certificates:
Please submit forms in person, email, fax, mail or contact our office at 509-725-1001.
You can also get Birth, Death, Marriage, or Divorce Certificates from any State from http://www.vitalchek.com
Coliform Bacteria Water Testing:
Water testing kits are available at the front door for drop off and pickup. You are also able to mail water samples. If you have questions please call 509-725-1001.
Make sure you’re keeping up with your child’s vaccinations
Well-child visits and recommended vaccinations are essential and help make sure children stay healthy. Children who are not protected by vaccines are more likely to get diseases like measles and whooping cough. These diseases are extremely contagious and can be very serious, especially for babies and young children. In recent years, there have been outbreaks of these diseases, especially in communities with low vaccination rates.
Well-child visits are essential for many reasons, including:
- Tracking growth and developmental milestones
- Discussing any concerns about your child’s health
- Getting scheduled vaccinations to prevent illnesses like measles and whooping cough (pertussis) and other serious diseases
Our Mission: To promote and protect the health of our community by preventing disease and injury through assessment and program implementation in cooperation with our community partners.
Dr. Raaj Ruparel, M.D. – Health Officer
To report a public health emergency or communicable disease call 509-725-1001. For after hours, please call Sheriffs Office 509-725-3501.
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