Laclede County Health
"Protecting Our Community"
405 Harwood Ave.
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We are pleased to offer Laboratory Services to clients with or without insurance. Clients must have current written orders from their doctor. The cost of the tests are set by our partnering laboratory, Boyce and Bynum, and can change at any time. There is also a $10 draw fee, per visit. We offer a wide variety of test; however, if your doctor requires a special test, please call in advance for approval.
Laboratory Services are offered:
Monday-Friday - - - - - 8 am - 11 am
1 pm - 4 pm
Classes are offered several times each month at our facility.
First Aid - $30
Heartsaver CPR - $30
Heartsaver CPR/First Aid - $30.00
BLS Healthcare Provider $46
For more information or to schedule a class call:
Kim Bailey - 417-532-2134
During FFY2018 (October 01, 2017 - September 30, 2018) our agency was tasked with gathering community stakeholders together to identify the Priority Health Issue (PHI) in Laclede County; then developing a 3-year Work Plan to address this identified issue. This task was a huge challenge and involved several face-to-face meetings, written correspondence, emails, telephone calls, and days spent collecting survey data from our county residents. Stakeholders that were invited to participate included: Laclede County Residents, Jordan Valley Community Health Center, Lebanon YMCA, Lebanon Parks & Recreation Department, Cox Health Associates/Lebanon, Lebanon R3 School District, Joel E. Barber School District, Conway R1 School District, Gasconade C4 School District, Lifepoint Church, First Baptist Church, County of Laclede/HR Department, City of Lebanon/HR Department, American Red Cross/Laclede County Chapter, University of Missouri Extension/Laclede County, Lebanon First Assembly of God Church, Church of the Nazarene, Lebanon Family Church, Mercy Hospital Lebanon, Walgreens Pharmacy, Conway Family Clinic, Salvation Army/Laclede County Chapter, Lebanon Chamber of Commerce, Durham Company, Lebanon REDI (Economic Development), Emerson Corporation, Central Ozarks Medical Center, Plato R5 School District, Attorney Nick Mebruer, and several child/youth organizations.
After many hours of work, our conversations continued to revolve around the mental health and behavioral health issues seen in our youth and adult populations. With this, a PHI of "Prevent and reduce intentional injury related to child abuse and neglect in children ages birth through 18 years of age" was selected, and will be addressed in the FFY2019 - FFY2021 Work Plan.
We sincerely appreciate all those individuals and organizations that took the time to meet with us, assist in the selection of our PHI, and offered recommendations and support for addressing this issue. We will continually be reaching out to those identified community partners during the next 3-year contract period, and invite any individual and/or organization not previously involved to contact us for additional information or to join the stakeholder team. Our MCH team can be reached at 417-532-2134.
FFY2018 Maternal Child Health (MCH) Contract
Dissemination Report for Community Stakeholders
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