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During the New School Year and Always: KNOW WHERE TO GO !!

During the New School Year and Always: KNOW WHERE TO GO !!

Medical Home vs Emergency Room? Here are Some Facts

Care is higher quality, more accessible, with a consistent medical home.
Illinois Department Of Public Health Moves To Lower Action Level for Lead in Blood

Illinois Department Of Public Health Moves To Lower Action Level for Lead in Blood

Updated Guildlines for When Public Health Intervention Should be Initiated

Joint Committee on Administrative Rules must approve the proposed change.
Sexual Health Update: Syphilis is Back, and Very Prevalent

Sexual Health Update: Syphilis is Back, and Very Prevalent

Increase in Cases for Locally and Statewide

If you do not catch it in the early stages, it becomes even more dangerous.”
Rabid Bats Found in Lockport, Elwood, Plainfield, Joliet

Rabid Bats Found in Lockport, Elwood, Plainfield, Joliet

Brings Will County Total to 13 Rabid Bats this Year

Report bats to Will County Animal Control at 815-462-5633.
Will County Community Health Center Marks 22 Years

Will County Community Health Center Marks 22 Years

Celebration Included Congressman Foster, State Senator McGuire, County Executive Walsh, and Mayor O'dekirk

Will County CHC is located at 1106 Neal Avenue in Joliet.
CDC releases graphic novel on variant flu dangers

CDC releases graphic novel on variant flu dangers

Report on Virus infections associated with attendance at agricultural fairs in two U.S. states.

To help young people understand human influenza viruses that normally circulate in swine.
West Nile Virus Update: 13 of 14 WCHD Traps Have Produced a Positive Sample

West Nile Virus Update: 13 of 14 WCHD Traps Have Produced a Positive Sample

Total of 248 Samples Taken in 2018, 40 of them Positive for WNV

So far in 2018, there has been one human case in Will County.
From Babies To Baby Boomers: Recommended Vaccines

From Babies To Baby Boomers: Recommended Vaccines

Learn which vaccines you need during National Immunization Awareness Month

You never outgrow the need for immunizations.
New Lenox Turns Up Will County's 7th Rabid Bat of Season

New Lenox Turns Up Will County's 7th Rabid Bat of Season

Discovered July 31st, Positive Test Determined August 3rd

Both residents of household referred for Rabies Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP).
Will County Health Department's Dr. Joseph Troiani Participates in Opioid Epidemic Forum in Braidwood

Will County Health Department's Dr. Joseph Troiani Participates in Opioid Epidemic Forum in Braidwood

August 2nd Event Hosted by Congressman Adam Kinzinger

Numerous Will County Officials also Attended
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