Health Department

Clinic Services

The Health Department operates four public health clinics throughout the county that offer immunizations and the Women, Infants, and Children program (WIC). These programs prevent disease and ensure adequate nutrition for moms and babies from pregnancy to childhood. KCHD also operates a tuberculosis (TB) and Personal Health Services (PHS) clinic. Through testing and direct observed therapy, the TB clinic aggressively treats cases of TB to eradicate the disease from Kent County. PHS offers testing, counseling, and in some cases, treatment, of HIV, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, and Chlamydia.

The Communicable Disease and Epidemiology units of KCHD work with local health care providers to track disease, investigate outbreaks, and report County-wide case numbers for theses diseases and approximately 75 other illnesses ranging from influenza to salmonella. KCHD has a state-of-the-art laboratory to test virus cultures, water samples, and more.

All Kent County Public Health Clinics are staffed by Public Health Nurses who can answer your health questions, and help you find other services in the community for you and your family. USCIS I-693 forms for refugee adjustment of status can be obtained at our Fuller & South Clinics

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Childhood, adolescent and adult.

Tuberculosis Testing
Not administered on Thursdays.

Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children.

PrEP Pre-exposure Prophylaxis for HIV
Located at Fuller Clinic only.

HIV Testing & Case Management
Located at Fuller Clinic only.

STI Testing & Treatment
Located at Fuller Clinic only.

Tuberculosis Control & Case Management
Located at Fuller Clinic only.

International Travel
Located at Fuller Clinic only.

Hepatitis C Treatment
Located at Fuller Clinic only.

Personal Health Services

Find information on STD/STI & HIV testing, PrEP, resources for health care providers, and more.

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