VITAL RECORDS

From Birth Certificates to Death Certificates. Find what you need here.

Environmental Health

Learn what you need to acquire a permit in Clinton County.

NURSING

Preventative Health Services and Education are available for residents.

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VACCINES/IMMUNIZATIONS

Children and Adults with insurance or Point of Sale (POS) Cash/Check/Money Order

We offer all the childhood immunizations from infant through high school and college prep to kids who are covered by most major medical insurance such as Blue Cross (Anthem), Cigna, Golden Rule, Sagamore, United Healthcare, and professional Benefit Administrations. There are many other providers on the list as well. We accept Medicare B for flu and pneumonia (Prevnar and Pneumovax).

For Adults 19 and over we offer a full range of vaccines for those with insurance (same as above) and POS. We also have vaccines for those who have no insurance or whose insurance does not pay for vaccines (tavel vaccines are not included).

We are Certified Tavel Clinic and offer vaccines such as Typhoid and Yellow Fever (inculding the Yellow Fever Certificate), Hepatitis A and B

Please visit our Immunization page for more information.

Prescription Drug (Rx) Information

What is Rx Drug Abuse?
The misuse of prescription drugs means taking a medication in a manner or dose other than prescribed; taking someone else’s prescription, even if for a legitimate medical complaint such as pain; or taking a medication to feel euphoria (i.e., to get high). National Institute of Drug Abuse

The most common Rx drugs that are misused or abused are:

Opioids—usually prescribed to treat pain
Central nervous system [CNS] depressants (this category includes tranquilizers, sedatives, and hypnotics)—used to treat anxiety and sleep disorders
Stimulants—most often prescribed to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

Anyone who takes prescription opioids can become addicted to them. In fact, as many as one in four patients receiving long-term opioid therapy in a primary care setting struggles with opioid addiction. (CDC)

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The Facts

Every two and a half hours, someone in Indiana is sent to the hospital for an opioid overdose.

In Indiana, there are enough bottles of painkillers in circulation for nearly every Hoosier to have their own.