Saline County Health Department

Saline County Health Department The Saline County Health Department provides a variety of public health services. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

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Covid Vaccine

By continuing to work together with our state and local partners, we are confident our vaccination efforts will lead us to brighter days as we continue to walk through this pandemic. Ozarks Healthcare is ready to continue doing our part in stopping the spread of COVID-19 and provide more vaccination...


July 8th SCHD will start our Pfizer clinics again. Please call 660-886-3434 to schedule. Pfizer is approved for anyone 12 years and older.

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CDC’s COVID Data Tracker’s County View page shows vaccination progress in the United States by county. Expanded vaccination maps now allow you to view the percent of the population 65 years and older, 18 years and older, or 12 years and older who received at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine. Get vaccinated as soon as possible. COVID-19 vaccines help protect yourself, your loved ones, and your community. See the data:

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Certain underlying medical conditions including #diabetes can increase risk for severe illness from the virus that causes COVID-19. Here are the CDC’s tips for taking care of yourself and your diabetes during the pandemic.


Just a reminder: If you have tested positive for Covid-19 and have not been contacted by the Health Department within 48 hrs, please contact us at (660)886-3434. There has been a delay in receiving some of the lab results and we don’t want to miss anyone. Thank you!!!


Keep it up Saline County!
Vaccine counts by zip code as of June 4th.

65320 87
65321 238
65327 116
65330 246
65339 364
65340 10386
65344 156
65347 168
65349 1457
65351 1344

From the first test to June 5th, 2021 - (total test NOT persons)
43,761 negative test results from Saline County citizens
3,349 positive test results from Saline County citizens


We have 3 openings this afternoon for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine! Give us a call at 660-886-3434


We still have doses available for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine on May 13th. Call 660-886-3434 for an appointment.


Johnson and Johnson clinic 05/13/2021
20 appointments available

Thank you!
Marshall RISE says Youth Service Day was successful event

Thank you!

Marshall RISE hosted a successful Youth Service Day on Saturday, April 24. Over 40 youth and adults participated at four work sites in town. Four community gardens were cleaned up and started, four Little Food Pantries were painted and assembled, donated bicycles were repaired, flower pots were plan...


May 13th, 2021
Johnson and Johnson clinic held here at the Health Department. Call today to get an appointment 660-886-3434.

Due to some issues with Johnson and Johnson here at SCHD we prefer to not vaccinate women 18-50 with J&J. Any questions please call 660-886-3434 and ask for a nurse.


Don’t forget we’re at the Malcolm Center today with Moderna Vaccine. Everyone is welcome!

Now-11:30 and 1:00-4:30 walk-ins welcome


SCHD staff will be at Missouri Valley College tomorrow from 9-11:30/1-4:30 for a Moderna clinic. Walk-ins welcome!


Starting in May the health department will accept walkins for the COVID vaccine every THURSDAY. We prefer appointments, but not required.



We have an opportunity to get some Pfizer vaccine. Anyone interested? 1st or 2nd dose. Comment below or call 660-886-3434

EXCITING NEWS!ALL Regions are moving to LEVEL 1!Due to minimal to zero community spread we're able to move down to level...
Saline County Levels | Saline County Health Department


ALL Regions are moving to LEVEL 1!

Due to minimal to zero community spread we're able to move down to level one. Social distancing measures are always encouraged, but not mandatory. No restrictions to daily activities, gatherings, restaurants or businesses.

COVID Numbers Link

Level Information

Be Smart, Stay Safe

Social Distancing Rules/Recommendations: Maintain 6 ft between you and anyone else who's not in your household. Wear a mask if at all possible, but especially if you can't maintain 6 feet distance.Gatherings: any intentional or spontaneous, public or private gatheringsScreening: Questions concerning...


We have openings for the covid vaccine on Wednesday the 14th. Call us at 660-886-3434


Come on out to this FREE “Let’s talk about this”
Mental Health Awareness& Su***de Prevention

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Hope to see you all there! 😊


We have 9 openings today for the covid vaccine! Please call 660-886-3434

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During National Public Health Week, we recognize the work of public health employees across the state to protect health and keep us safe. Public health serves Missourians in many ways including through various food distribution or nutrition supplementation efforts, such as WIC and the Summer Food Service Program. WIC provides families nutrition education and supplemental foods, to help kids get a healthy start to life. And the Summer Food Service Program serves meals to kids in communities, when school isn’t in session, so that kids can still receive healthy meals. (This included many extra meals in 2020 and 2021 when schools weren’t meeting in-person.) These are just two examples of programs serving Missourians every single day.

#ThankYouPublicHealth | #NPHW


We have 2 appointments available today for the COVID vaccine! Call us at 660-886-3434


Walk-ins available until 4:00 at the Malcolm Center!


Walk-ins available at The Malcolm Center until 11:30! Come on in

SCHD received a $100,000+ CDC Foundation grant. This is one of many purchases or ideas that our grant will help us fulfi...

SCHD received a $100,000+ CDC Foundation grant. This is one of many purchases or ideas that our grant will help us fulfill.

Are you planning a public event? These hand sanitizer stations are for you! If your club/organization would like to borrow one or more of our stations just call us at 660-886-3434.

Next on our list are hand washing stations!



Your sense of smell can be an important tool in knowing when you are in danger.

If your sense of smell hasn’t returned since you had Covid-19, please take extra precautions.

1. Check your smoke detectors often & make sure batteries are fresh and working well.

2. Check all appliances that have potential to overheat and cause fire.

3. Have propane appliances serviced.

4. Be sure your food hasn’t gone bad. Ask a family member to smell if you need help.

5. When using chemical cleaners, be extremely cautious and make sure your room is well ventilated.


Saline County Residents....we’re two days in a row with no positive COVID cases. 💙💙 Get vaccinated and love each other!


ZERO new cases to report today!


1825 S Atchison Ave
Marshall, MO

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00


(660) 886-3434


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