Does the Office of Public Health provide primary care (i.e., physicals, general exams, etc.)?

No. The Office of Public Health clinics provide specific immunization and communicable disease clinic services to protect the public’s health. For information on low-cost primary care, please refer to the Parent and Infant Resource Guide (Spanish).

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1. Does the Office of Public Health provide primary care (i.e., physicals, general exams, etc.)?
2. Does the Office of Public Health provide health insurance or require health insurance for services?
3. Is there a charge for a clinic visit?
4. What do you test for in the clinic?
5. Do you offer free adult and child dental care?
6. On what day(s) and time do you do immunizations?
7. Do you offer a “TB” skin test for school/work?
8. Do I need an appointment for an HIV and/or STD test?
9. Does the Office of Public Health do lead testing for children?
10. I'm traveling overseas and need to update my shots. Can I get these vaccines at your office?
11. Can I bring my children in for lice?