2017 Flu Clinics

2017 Flu Clinics

Beginning Sept. 11th, THE LIVINGSTON COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT WILL BE OFFERING THE FLU VACCINE ON A WALK-IN BASIS:  THE CLINIC HOURS WILL BE MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. for as long as the vaccine is available.  Appointments can be made if these times are not convenient by calling 815-844-7174.  We will bill Medicare and Private Insurance. Download (PDF,...

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Why Vaccinate?

Why Vaccinate?

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POSITIVE WEST NILE IN MOSQUITOS Fairbury

POSITIVE WEST NILE IN MOSQUITOS Fairbury

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Shingles

Shingles

Did you know that 1 in 3 adults in the US will get shingles in their lifetime? Almost everyone knows someone who has had shingles, a virus that can cause a painful rash and nerve pain that can last for months or even years. The good news is that there’s a safe and effective vaccine available to help prevent shingles. Don’t let a preventable disease like shingles keep you from doing the...

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School and Sports Physicals

School and Sports Physicals

The Livingston County Public Health Department will be conducting school and sports physicals on Wednesday, August 9th, at the Pontiac Township High School, by appointment only. Though the clinic is being conducted at PTHS, the clinic is open to any student in the county.  The health department will bill private insurance and Public Aid for eligible clients.  For students who do not have health...

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