Madison County Health Department

Madison County Health Department Madison County Health Department offers many programs to the public. Please check our website or call
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Madison County Health Department Programs:
-Children with Special Needs
-Chronic Disease Prevention and Education
-Community Services
-Communicable Diseases
-Environmental Services
-Lead Poisoning Prevention
-Immunizations
-Women's Health
-Women, Infants, & Children (WIC) and Breastfeeding Support

Get the app to track road conditions
01/06/2024

Get the app to track road conditions

Covered Covered Routes: The road is 75-100 percent covered. The road may have received some treatment. Partly Covered Partly Covered Routes: The road is 50-75 percent covered. The road has received some treatment but still has snow or ice on significant portions. Mostly Clear Mostly Clear Routes: Th...

01/06/2024
01/05/2024

Baby, it's cold outside! 🌨️❄️ Winterize your wheels and be ready for any icy surprises with this winter weather starter pack!

01/05/2024

Parents: Flu could trample your family’s winter activities. Get your child a flu vaccine to reduce their risk of getting flu and tame its symptoms if they do get sick. Take other preventive actions to help keep them healthy:
• Cover coughs
• Avoid those who are sick
• Wash hands often
Talk to your child’s health care provider about the risks of flu. For more on flu: https://bit.ly/46lfeVvhttps://www.facebook.com/cdc/videos/319572984383080
https://www.facebook.com/cdc/videos/319572984383080

Protection from previous COVID-19 vaccination or infection declines over time. Getting yourself and your family vaccinat...
01/05/2024

Protection from previous COVID-19 vaccination or infection declines over time. Getting yourself and your family vaccinated can restore protection against severe illness from COVID-19, hospitalization, and Long COVID. Stay up to date and get the updated COVID-19 vaccine.
For more information on COVID vaccines, visit https://bit.ly/3u3wsHF

01/05/2024

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01/05/2024

We've seen a mild winter so far thanks in part to cold air being stuck in Europe and Asia and being largely absent from North America. That's all beginning to change. Cold air is sneaking across the polar region and will affect portions of the central United States by later next week. We don't know when or where just yet, nor just how cold, but our chances for colder temperatures later this month have gone up substantially.

01/05/2024

Happy New Year! ❤️ Love Giggles

01/05/2024

Baby's crib should be free of all clutter, including blankets, pillows, stuffed toys, positioners, and crib bumpers. Remove everything from your baby’s sleep space except for a tightly fitted sheet and a pacifier.

01/05/2024
01/04/2024
01/04/2024

Start 2024 off on the right foot! Make buckling up and putting your phone down part of your everyday routine. Do your part in helping make Missouri roads safer. 📱👇

01/04/2024

The Stay Strong, Stay Healthy program helps older adults improve their strength, flexibility and balance. Eight upper and lower body strengthening exercises are prescribed in each class, along with warm-up and cool-down stretches.

Participants are made to feel comfortable, regardless of their current fitness level, to participate and gradually build their strength.

The next Level I session begins Jan. 8 and runs through March 4 . Virtual classes will occur every Mon. and Wed. from 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Note: No class on Mon. Jan. 15.

Register today: https://brnw.ch/21wFKT7

01/04/2024

If you don’t get enough sleep, the nightly dip in blood pressure and heart rate that's good for cardiovascular health may not happen. Try to get 7 to 9 hours of sleep a night so your heart can rest easy. https://go.nih.gov/m6FIiC5

MCHD's next Show-Me Healthy Woman clinic is February 14 call Martha at 573-783-2747 x203 to find out more and get schedu...
01/04/2024

MCHD's next Show-Me Healthy Woman clinic is February 14 call Martha at 573-783-2747 x203 to find out more and get scheduled.

Kick off Cervical Cancer Awareness Month by scheduling your well-woman exam! Our Show Me Healthy Women Program offers free cervical and breast exams to eligible individuals.

Learn more at Health.Mo.Gov/smhw!

01/03/2024
01/03/2024
We can do women, children, and pregnant women. Contact Jackie for more information.
01/02/2024

We can do women, children, and pregnant women. Contact Jackie for more information.

La gripe, el COVID-19 y el VRS pueden ser particularmente peligrosos en adultos de 60 años o más. Con la vacunación, ust...
12/29/2023

La gripe, el COVID-19 y el VRS pueden ser particularmente peligrosos en adultos de 60 años o más.
Con la vacunación, usted puede pasar unas fiestas saludables con sus seres queridos.
Busque vacunas en su área en vaccines.gov.

12/29/2023

No Immunizations today. Sorry for any inconvenience.

12/21/2023

This holiday season, the best gift you can give yourself and others is the gift of safety. Don't leave it to chance. Always get a sober ride to make sure your celebrations stay merry and bright!

12/21/2023

Need a bowl of pure comfort? 🍲These hearty dishes are a symphony of flavors that will warm your soul on chilly days. Tag a friend who would love a spoonful of happiness!

Closed 11:30-1:30 Thursday, Dec. 21 for Christmas Party.
12/20/2023

Closed 11:30-1:30 Thursday, Dec. 21 for Christmas Party.

12/20/2023

Christmas can feel like a lot for both you and baby, and it's so easy to get overstimulated.

Skin-to-skin can help calm and reconnect you both, making your breastfeeding journey easier. It's also a good excuse to get away from the noise and craziness of the holidays.

To learn more about skin-to-skin, check out: www.breastfeedingnetwork.org.uk/breastfeeding-information/getting-started-with-breastfeeding/skin-to-skin/

ID: Image of baby breastfeeding. "Sometimes feeding over the holidays can become stressful. Skin-to-skin contact without pressure to feed can help you reconnect, relax both you and baby, and make feeding easier."

12/20/2023
Happy Hump Day!! Hope this makes you smile!!😊
12/20/2023

Happy Hump Day!! Hope this makes you smile!!😊

Some Christmas humor ! 😂🤣❤️🎄

12/19/2023

Are you struggling to give the perfect gift this year? Give the gift that keeps on giving. Carbon monoxide (CO) and smoke alarms save lives and give you early warning so you can get outside quickly.

12/19/2023

It's hard to tell on your own if you've sustained a concussion. Unlike a broken bone or cut, concussions are invisible injuries. Just because you can't see an injury doesn't mean you should ignore it.

12/19/2023

Missouri Department of Social Services has compiled a resource guide to help you and your family move toward a healthier, more stable future. This guide focuses on helpful resources that support three major steps as you work towards a better future:
Step 1: Meeting your basic needs
Step 2: Getting the support you need
Step 3: Preparing for your career

You can access the resource guide online at https://dss.mo.gov/fsd/pdf/missouri-resource-guide-3steps.pdf.

Address

105 Armory Street
Fredericktown, MO
63645

Opening Hours

Monday 7am - 12:30pm
1pm - 5:30pm
Tuesday 7am - 12:30pm
1pm - 5:30pm
Wednesday 7am - 12:30pm
1pm - 5:30pm
Thursday 7am - 12:30pm
1pm - 5:30pm
Friday 7am - 12:30pm
1pm - 5:30pm

Telephone

+15737832747

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