|Debbie Lang||Public Health Director||(406) 827-6925 (office)||email@example.com|
|Lisa Richmond||Program Assistant/WIC Aide||(406) 827-6931||LisaRichmond@mt.gov|
|Karren McKinzie||Public Health Preparedness
Tobacco Prevention Specialist
The mission of the Sanders County Health Department is to protect, improve, and preserve the health and well being of the citizens of Sanders County.
The Sanders County Health Department is currently offering a Walk-In Vaccine Clinic on Mondays (excluding holidays). Vaccines offered include all general vaccines, flu vaccines, covid vaccines & the covid bivalent vaccine, clinic hours are from 8 am – 4 pm closed noon to 1 for lunch. We are not currently offering covid vaccines to children under the age of 18. For any questions please contact our office at 406-827-6931.
2022 Flu Clinic Schedule
SANDERS COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH IS OFFERING COVID-19 VACCINES FOR AGES 12 AND OLDER
Contact the Health Department for a COVID-19 vaccine clinic schedule (406)827-6931
*A parent or legal guardian MUST accompany children at the clinic*
Please note there will not be Vaccine Clinics on observed holidays (CLICK to see list of holidays)
STAY SAFE, SANDERS COUNTY!!
Be cautious! To protect yourself and others, please follow the following simple measures:
—Social distance. Maintain a 6 foot distance between yourself and others. If you are in a situation where you cannot do so, please wear a non-medical/non-surgical mask. (Social distancing is a strategy to lower the pace and spread of COVID-19 and reduce the acute impact on our health care system).
This article and animation explain the concept of social distancing. https://hub.jhu.edu/2020/03/13/what-is-social-distancing/
—Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.
—Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Do this each time you use the restroom, and before you eat.
—Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
—Cover your cough and sneezes with the crook of your elbow or a tissue.
—Avoid contact with sick people when possible.
—Stay home if you’re sick. If you are having symptoms such as fever, cough or shortness of breath, please CALL your healthcare provider.
Mesothelioma cancer patients, and patients with thoracic malignancies, are at an especially high risk of contracting the novel coronavirus. Most of these patients are our senior citizens, who are also at high risk of developing complications from the virus.
Please take a look at our mesothelioma resource, and our coronavirus and cancer guide:
Governor’s Coronavirus Task Force — https://covid19.mt.gov/joint-information-center
COVID-19 Nurse Hotline — Clark Fork Valley Hospital COVID-19 Resource page
Please contact us using one of the options below.
Office phone: 406-827-6931
Mail: P.O. Box 519, Thompson Falls, MT 59873
State Office Helpline: 1-800-433-4298
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