Lori Ryan, Administrator
118 Cross Creek Boulevard, Salem IL 62881    p 618.548.3878    f 618.548.3866
1013 North Poplar, Centralia, IL 62801    p 618.532.6518    f 618.532.6543
Office Hours: 8:00 am - 5:15 pm, Monday thru Friday
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Environmental Health
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Body Art
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Lead Poisoning Prevention Act
Renovation, Repair and Painting Law
Lyme Disease
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Food Safety:
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Child Safety Newborn to 5 years old
Child Safety 8 to18 years old
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STD Testing
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Avian Flu
Communicable Disease Surveillance
Emergency Planning
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Pandemic Flu Exercise 2007
Preparing for a Disaster: Part 1
Preparing for a Disaster: Part 2
Preparing for a Disaster: Part 3
Public Health Emergencies
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Your Safety First

Education
Breastfeeding Month
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Career Opportunities
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Our Mission is to improve the quality of life for citizens in Marion County through preventing disease and preventative health maintenance.
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This project was made possible by funds received
from the Illinois Department of Public Health.
Volunteers Needed!
Volunteers are needed to help specifically in the event of an emergency.
Non-first responders and individuals who are not already obligated as
an emergency volunteer with another entity are needed. The utilization
of volunteers is essential in preserving public health during an
emergency. Volunteers will be utilized to provide manpower or
knowledge.
More About Volunteering
STD's can show NO Symptoms; call to get tested!
Syphilis, Chlamydia and Gonorrhea infections are spread by sexual
contact, and if left untreated, can lead to  more serious infections. STD
testing is done by appointment only. A fee of $10 covers testing for all
three STD's. If the test result is positive or there is signs and
symptoms, the client will then be referred to a local medical facility for
treatment.
More on STD's and Testing
For a list of all of
our services,
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download our
brochure!

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Drug Testing
now offered through the
Health Department. Call
548-3878 or
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more information.
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Open 7 Days a week - 7am to 11pm
September 2014 marks the eleventh annual National Preparedness Month,
sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency in the US
Department of Homeland Security.  The Emergency Preparedness Response
on the
cdc.gov website offers additional information and resources.
       
Get an Emergency Kit.  If disaster strikes your community, you might not
have access to food, water, or electricity.  Take time now to prepare emergency
water supplies, food supplies and a disaster supplies kit.
      
 Make an Emergency Plan.  Make plans with your family and friends in the
event of emergency.  Develop a family disaster plan.
       
Be Informed.  Being prepared means staying informed.  Check all types of
media - web sites, newspapers, radio and TV.  During an emergency, your local
Emergency management or Emergency Services office will you information on
such things as open shelters and evacuation orders.
       Check
Ready.gov for community and state information to learn about
resources in your community.