The Geary County Public Health Department has a wide range of services!

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National Public Health Week 2018

  Geary County Health Department is participating in National Public Health Week, April 2-8, along with hundreds of partners across the Nation.  As life expectancy declines, public health departments are rallying communities to prioritize prevention and improve health outcomes.  “Everyone deserves to live a long and healthy life in a

Severe Weather Awareness Week

Prepare Your Family for Severe Weather Safe Kids Kansas Offers Safety Tips for Severe Weather Awareness Week   Topeka — While the threat of severe weather in Kansas is year-round, March 5-9 is Severe Weather Awareness Week in Kansas, and a good opportunity to discuss the importance of emergency preparedness

Seasonal Flu

Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends a three-step approach to fighting the flu: Get Vaccinated Take everyday preventive actions Use antiviral drugs if physician prescribes them It is recommended that everyone 6 months and older, without contraindications, receive a flu vaccine for protection against seasonal flu.  According to the CDC

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Blood Pressure Checks Environmental Health Services STI Testing, Counseling and Treatment Immunizations Outreach Prevention Early Intervention Case Management Services Physicals- Sports, Kan-Be-Healthy, Daycare, HeadStart, School Preparedness Planning TB Testing Well Women Clinic Women, Infants, Children (WIC)

We accept walk-in for the following procedures: Immunizations STI Prevention, Testing, Counseling and Treatment Pregnancy Tests TB Testing Appointment are required for the following procedures: Physicals Well Women Clinic Women, Infants, Children (WIC) Paternity Testing

We accept most major medical insurances. Contact the Health Department for more information at 785-762-5788.

Yes, a parent is required to be present for children under 17 years of age.