The Department of Health provides low-cost and confidential testing and treatment services for a variety of infectious diseases. All services are provided at our Medical Annex, 4813 New Haven Ave. Most services require an appointment, but some walk-in times are available. There is a minimal fee for most services.
Please call (260) 449-7504 for more information or to make an appointment.
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We offer testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections, including gonorrhea, chlamydia, trichomoniasis (females only), hepatitis B & C (testing only) and syphilis. Pregnancy tests are also available.
We offer skin testing for healthcare workers and those who may have been exposed to tuberculosis. For individuals who have a positive TB skin test, we may require a chest x-ray to rule out active tuberculosis.
We offer blood lead testing for at-risk children between 6 months of 6 years of age, as well as comprehensive case management services for those children identified with elevated blood lead levels.
We provide initial health screenings, vaccinations and medical and social service referrals to newly arriving refugees, asylees, victims of human trafficking and those seeking to become permanent U.S. residents.