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"Improve community health status through providing health care that aids in preventing and protecting against disease.  Promoting healthy behaviors that enhance the quality of life."

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    The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced new crib safety standards effective December 28, 2010.  The manufacture and sale of drop side cribs will be prohibited effective June 28, 2011.  For more on this new law click here.  If you are a daycare provider click here to learn how these laws effect you.

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Currently the health department has Tdap(tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis) vaccine free to qualified individuals.  To qualify a person must have NO health insurance coverage and must meet income guidelines that are <200% below the poverty guidelines.  To see the 2012 poverty guidelines click here. 

Who should receive a Tdap vaccine?
    -All adults should get a tetanus booster every 10 years.
    -Adults who have never gotten a Tdap should receive one dose
    -All adults expecting to have contact with an infant younger than 12 months
    -Healthcare workers who have direct patient contact
    -All pregnant women, with each pregnancy regardless of last dose.  For more information regarding Tdap with pregnancy click here


 

 

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How does Marshall County compare with the rest of the Kansas counties in terms of health status?

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HEALTHCARE SERVICES

Marshall County Health Department offers many services to meet your medical needs including immunizations, various lab services, and injections like allergy shots and B12 shots.  
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