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Clay County populations are vulnerable to pandemics, outbreaks of novel communicable diseases, bioterrorist attacks, chemical incidents and natural disasters such as tornadoes, floods, severe weather and earthquakes. Please call 816-595-4200 for more information.
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The Clay County Public Health Center does not have a mold ordinance. It is recommended that you visit the EPA or the Missouri Department of Health and Human Services for
The Missouri Department of Health and Human Services keeps a list of licensed installers and soil evaluators.
Payment is expected at the time of your visit. We accept most major insurance plans and Medicaid. Fees for some office visits are based on family size and income (major insurers may pay all or part of the cost) and vary depending on the services provided. Please view the current list of insurance plans we accept. Check with staff when you make your appointment for additional details. Partial payment may be made. No one is denied services due to inability to pay. Call us today to schedule your appointment at 816-595-4357.
A woman should have her first Pap Test at age 21. Please call 816-595-4357 for more information.
Walk-ins are welcome Monday through Friday from 8:30-11 a.m. You can also call us at 816-595-4261 to set up an appointment Monday through Friday from 1-3:30 p.m.
Please call 816-595-4261, and a nurse will get you set up with an appointment.
We no longer accept insurance and self-pay fees will apply at the time of your visit. However, no one is denied services due to inability to pay. Call 816-595-4261 for additional details or any questions you may have.
Please bring your photo ID, Medicaid card, if you have one, and some form of payment. Also make sure you do not go to the bathroom one hour before your appointment so we can get accurate test results. Please call 816-595-4261 for more information.
It is a very good idea to get tested; however, it is important to wait three weeks to get the most accurate results. Please call 816-595-4261 for more information.
No experience is necessary as we have opportunities where no experience is required, and we will train you for your position. Contact our volunteer coordinator at 816-595-4200 for more information.
We need volunteers periodically throughout the year. You can volunteer as much or as little as you like depending on what your schedule will allow. Contact our volunteer coordinator at 816-595-4200 for more information.