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Christian County Health Rankings

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Smoking Cessation

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CPR Classes

Lactation Services

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Community Health Data

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2014 Food Manager Certification Classes

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Mission Statement

The Christian County Health Department provides and promotes affordable medical services, community health education and environmentally safe surroundings to improve the quality of life of present and future citizens of Christian County.

Vision Statement

To become a nationally accredited health department through the Public Health Accreditation Board by 2014.

Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday: 8:00am - 4:00pm

Appointment Line - (270) 887-4160

Our 24/7 after hours contact for non-medical emergencies is (270) 890-1400

For medical emergencies dial 911

Our 24/7 after hours contact for notifiable/reportable diseases is our

Regional Epidemiologist at (270) 388-9763

 Oak Grove WIC

Monday-Friday: 8:00am - 4:00pm

*Closed to Patients from 12-12:40*

Appointment Line- (270) 640-6022

CDC Vital Signs - April 2014 "Preventing Pregnancies in Younger Teens'

"Teen births in the US have declined over the last 20 years to the lowest level ever recorded, but still more than 86,000 teens ages 15 to 17 gave birth in 2012. Giving birth during the teen years has been linked with increased medical risks and emotional, social, and financial costs to the mother and her children. Becoming a teen mom affects whether the mother finishes high school, goes to college, and the type of job she will get, especially for younger teens ages 15 to 17. More can be done to prevent younger teens from becoming pregnant, particularly in  health care."

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Public Health Return on Investment

This website is designed to inform individuals on the role and value of public health and the range of services and programs that the Christian County Health Department provides to promote public health.