Child Health


Child Health Services
980-484-5100

 

PARENTS:  It is important to us that your children receive their immunizations. We have worked to make it convenient for you. We have developed Fast Track in the first floor clinic area.  When a nurse isn’t available in the third floor clinic area during your visit you will be able to come downstairs and receive immunizations in a certain area without waiting with other patients for this clinic area. Please take advantage of this Fast Track and help protect against vaccine preventable diseases.

The Child health Program at the Health Department provides Well care and Sick care for children from birth to the age of 18. Child health educational services are provided to the community upon request.
Services include:

Baby Steps: Learn the Signs. Act Early
Early recognition of developmental disabilities such as autism is key for parents and providers. CDC realized the impact on families and invested in a campaign to help parents measure their children’s progress by monitoring how they play, learn, speak and act.

Pregnancy Care Management                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   980-484-5279 

 

The Pregnancy Care Management Program provides case management, and support services to prenatal patients during their pregnancy and until eight weeks after delivery. Services are provided through the patients Pregnancy Medical Homes.  Pregnancy Care Management services are provided by Nurses and Social Workers.

Care Coordination for Children (CC4C)
980-484-5279 

The Care Coordination for Children Program provides services for eligible children birth to 5 years.  The CC4C Program goal is to improve the health of your child by linking you to effective, efficient services that will meet the needs of your child. CC4C focuses on the family strengths and concerns by providing care managers to help identify programs, services and resources to meet the family’s needs.  Services are provided by either a nurse or a Social Worker.