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Rabies Vaccination Clinics
11th Monday 5:00pm Milan Fire Dept.
May 12th Tuesday 5:00pm Cross Plains Old
School Parking Lot.
May 12th Tuesday 6:30pm Versailles Town
(Old Fire Dept.)
May 13th Wednesday 5:00pm Osgood Fire Dept.
May 13th Wednesday 7:00pm Napoleon Fire Dept.
14th Thursday 5:00pm Holton Fire Dept.
All cats and dogs must
be on a leash or in a pet carrier. There is a fee of $7.00
per Rabies vaccine. The only Rabies vaccine offered will be
the 1 year vaccine. Other vaccinations will be available
Itís the Law!
All dogs and cats
three months of age and older must be vaccinated against
Rabies. The first Rabies vaccine must be a one-year vaccine.
After the initial Rabies vaccinations, a three-year vaccine
may be used to maintain protection. Dogs and cats must be
given boosters annually unless they have received the
three-year Rabies vaccine.
Diabetes Screening (Finger stick
or Hemoglobin A1C)
These free clinics are held from 7:30-9 a.m. at 2 different
locations, no appointment required. Patients who
have not been diagnosed with diabetes will have their fasting
blood sugar tested. Only patients already
diagnosed with diabetes will receive a Hemoglobin A1C screening.
Both screenings utilize a finger stick blood
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Ripley County Health
Department is pleased to announce it has implemented a
Medical Billing program and is excited to now offer
immunizations and TB test not only to the uninsured and
Medicaid, but to Anthem, Cigna/Sagamore and Tri Care card
Beginning August 1, 2014,
there will be a $ 5.00 charge for a TB test. They will no
longer be free.
We are still in the
credentialing process for other insurance providers and will
offer immunizations as soon as we are approved by these
providers. Please call for updates.
Immunizations are available
by appointment only. Insurance card and identification must
be presented at time of vaccination.
Please call 812-689-0506 for
School Immunization Requirements
PROTECT YOURSELF AND THOSE
It is always better to
prevent a disease than treat after it occurs. One of the
best ways to protect yourself and your family is to get
The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) maintains an
Immunization Information System known as CHIRP (Children and
Hoosierís Immunization Registry Program). The purpose of CHIRP
is to collect, forecast, manage, and share vaccine data to
registered medical providers in Indiana. A provider may include
private medical facilities, local health departments, hospitals,
schools, and pharmacies. The program is run under the Indiana
Code 16-38-5 which allows for providers and their designees to
access data from CHIRP. In addition an individual also may
access their personal or their dependents vaccine record from
either the registered CHIRP provider or directly from the
Indiana State Department of Health.
Contact us today to Schedule
your appointment at 812-689-0508.
Children's Flu Vaccine: Free
Adult Flu Vaccine: $10.00 is appreciated