Tuesday, June 02, 2020
Health Department

Office Hours:
Monday: 8:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M.
Tuesday through Thursday: 8:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.
Friday: 8:00 A.M.- 3:00 P.M.
Satellite immunization clinics and multiphasic clinics at 2 sites a month.

215 Kansas
Alma, KS 66401

Phone: 785-765-2425
Fax: 785-765-3594
Email: health@wbcounty.org


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Chronic Disease Risk Reduction Program

Assess an individual’s risk for chronic disease.

Communicable Disease Program Monitor infectious or contagious diseases in the county and to prevent the spread of disease to other people.
Day-care Licensing Program Protect the health, safety and welfare of children receiving care away from their parents.
Family Planning/Well Woman Program Provide basic health services essential for the promotion of optimal health throughout a woman’s life cycle.
Healthy Start Home Visitor Program Provide information and referral services to pregnant women and mothers of newborns.
Sexually Transmitted Infections Provide prevention education, disease screening, treatment, and referral services for males and females. 
Immunizations Provide immunizations to infants, children, and adults for vaccine preventable diseases.
Investigation of Health Hazards

Reduce health hazards in the county that are outside the city limits.

Maternal & Infant Program Provide prenatal education and support for pregnant women. Monitoring of baby through first year of life.
Medical Assistance for Indigent/Uninsured Assist clients ages 0 - 21 years that have no medical insurance and are at or below 200% poverty level to obtain medical care.
Migrant Health Care Provide primary health care to migrant workers.
Rabies Control Provide prevention education and investigate human (and domestic animal) exposure to the rabies virus.
School Health Provide school nursing services to promote the health of students and staff at local school on contract basis.
Teens Promote health and reduce the incidence of disease for all adolescents.
Tobacco Usage Prevention Provide anti-tobacco education and health promotion support to youth and adults.
Toenail Care Provide toenail care and education for foot health.
Well-Child Health Assessments  (school/Kan-Be Healthy) Assess children for normal growth and development.

WIC (Women, Infant & Children) Program

Personal Care/Homemaker


Community Health Clinics

A USDA federally funded program that provides nutrition education and food to eligible women & children.

Personal care such as bathing and toenail care and Homemaker Services such as basic house cleaning are available. Clients may qualify for assistance or may choose to pay privately for services.

Clinics held on regular basis at various communities monthly. These clinics offer blood pressure screenings, blood sugar checks, urinalysis, and hemoglobin testing all performed by Registered Nurse. General health counseling available. Some tests require a small fee and all are optional. These clinics may be held at any public venue (churces, banks, etc) by scheduling an appointment.


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