The Chester County Health Department is changing the days and times of clinical services to the public, effective May 1st. Personal Health Services include immunizations and testing for Tuberculosis, HIV and sexually transmitted infections.
According to Jeanne Casner, County Health Director, “The Health Department is an important community partner to offer these needed services. These public health activities are essential services that ensure residents can grow, live and work in safe and healthy communities.”
Immunization clinics will be held on Tuesdays, 9am – 4pm and Wednesdays, noon–6pm on a walk-in basis. Additionally, immunizations are available by appointment on Fridays. Some adults and children are eligible for vaccines at no charge. Vaccines are also offered for a fee.
Confidential testing for sexually transmitted infections and HIV will be held on Wednesdays noon-6pm and Thursdays, 9am-noon. There is no charge for services, which include testing for HIV, syphilis, gonorrhea and chlamydia.
Placement of Tuberculosis skin tests will be available on Tuesdays 1pm–4pm and Wednesdays, 9am-noon and 1pm-4pm. The cost is $30.
All clinics will be closed on official holidays. For more information about Chester County Health Department’s programs and services, visit www.chesco.org/health or call 610-344-6252.
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