Does Public Health provide any no cost services?

Normal routine childhood immunizations and certain adult immunizations (TD boosters and others if criteria are met) are provided by the State Immunization Program and may be at no cost to those eligible. Testing and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases and tuberculosis (if contact/suspect/case) are also provided at no cost, but insurance can be billed for those services. Patients may have blood lead levels for children up to the age of 5 as well as repeat newborn screenings such as sickle cell screening may be drawn at no charge.

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1. Can I come to Public Health if I am sick (for primary care)?
2. Does Public Health administer travel vaccines?
3. Does Public Health provide any no cost services?
4. Does Public Health provide dental care?
5. What services can I receive at Public Health?
6. When can I come for a Tuberculin (TB) skin test?