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1. What types of careers does the Clay County Public Health Center (CCPHC) offer?
2. Do I have to submit a completed application if I'm submitting a resume?
3. Does there have to be an open position for me to apply?
4. Am I required to submit a separate application for each job I want to apply for?
5. What next steps should I take once my application is submitted?

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1. What is health?
2. What is public health?
3. What is a public health emergency?
4. What are some emergency preparedness initiatives in Clay County?
5. What are the specific risks for the citizens in Clay County?
6. What is an open Point of Dispensing (POD) site?
7. What is a closed POD site?
8. Does the Clay County Public Health Center recruit volunteers for emergency preparedness and response?

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1. How do I sign up for a food handler or manager class?
2. What recommendations or resources are available for mold?
3. How do I view restaurant inspection results?
4. Can you provide recommendations on septic installers and soil evaluators?

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1. Do I have to make an appointment or can I just walk-in?
2. How do I make an appointment?
3. Do you accept Medicaid or health insurance?
4. Who should have a Pap Test?
5. What is a Pap Test for?
6. Does the Pap Smear test for STDs?

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1. Do I have to make an appointment or can I just walk-in?
2. How do I make an appointment?
3. Do you accept Medicaid or health insurance?
4. What do I need to bring for my appointment?
5. Is it painful to have STD testing?
6. I am worried because I had unprotected sex with someone I don't know very well last night, should I come in and get tested?
7. I was treated at my doctor's office for Chlamydia, but my partner doesn't have a doctor. Can they come to you for treatment?
8. If I have HIV, I would have symptoms, right?

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1. If I want to volunteer, is experience necessary?
2. What is the process if I want to volunteer or complete and internship?
3. How often do you need volunteers?