Tazewell County Health Dept.

During regular business hours (M-F 8a.m.-4:30p.m.), contact the health department at its regular number 309-925-5511. For an AFTER HOURS EMERGENCY, contact the health department emergency phone at 309-303-1375 or Environmental Health at 309-303-1381.

In order to receive vaccinations through TCHD, you must bring your insurance information and current vaccination records. As always, please check with your particular provider/plan for network status of TCHD and if your plan covers vaccinations. For insurance plans, click on Immunization Clinics under Clinical on our main menu. We accept cash and check only at this time. Debit/credit card payment are coming soon. If you have questions about vaccines, please call extension 290. Thank you!
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COMMUNITY HEALTH-NEEDS ASSESSMENT SURVEY

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COMMUNITY HEALTH-NEEDS ASSESSMENT SURVEY

We want to know how you view our community, so we are inviting you to participate in a research study for community health-needs. Your opinions are important. Your responses will help us in understanding the existing health needs in our community, and identifying the future needs to prioritize prevention activities. 

This questionnaire will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.  All of your individual responses are confidential. 

Here is the link:

Peoria/Tazewell/Woodford
English            http://bradley.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_d44bMdtsVv0wPBP

Spanish            http://bradley.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_bpgiHBsXI2OJZCR

WEST NILE VIRUS POSITIVE BIRD COLLECTED IN TAZEWELL COUNTY

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WEST NILE VIRUS POSITIVE BIRD

COLLECTED IN TAZEWELL COUNTY

 

The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) has confirmed a West Nile Virus positive bird for Tazewell County.  The Tazewell County Health Department (TCHD) collected the West Nile Virus positive crow on July 20, 2015 in Morton.

 

“Tazewell County has confirmed West Nile virus in both mosquitoes and birds, which means West Nile virus could spread to people,” said Sara Sparkman, Communications Manager at...
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First West Nile Virus Positive in Tazewell County for 2015

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First West Nile Virus Positive

in Tazewell County for 2015

The Tazewell County Health Department (TCHD) has confirmed the first West Nile virus mosquito batch reported for 2015.  TCHD employees collected a positive mosquito batch on July 13, 2015 in Mackinaw.

“West Nile virus will be more common during the next few months,” said Melissa Goetze, Environmental Health Supervisor.  “Protect yourself by wearing insect repellent with DEET, if outdoors during peak mosquito hours...
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FLOOD CLEAN-UP GUIDELINES

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FLOOD CLEAN-UP GUIDELINES

 

"Food, water, and just about anything flood and sewer water touches may be contaminated," said Sara Sparkman, TCHD Communications Manager.  "Most importantly, stay out of flood waters!  People do not know what is in the flood waters.”

 

To avoid illness, it is important for people to make sure their water is safe to drink and to clean all items touched by flood waters properly.  Flood water and sewer overflows can contain bacteria...
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Illinois Department of Public Health Safety Tips for Heat

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Illinois Department of Public Health Safety Tips for Heat

 

SPRINGFIELD - With high temperatures expected over the next couple of days, Illinois Department of Public Health Director Nirav Shah, M.D., J.D. is urging Illinoisans to take preventive actions to avoid heat-related illness like heat exhaustion and heat stroke.

“It’s important for people to recognize the signs of heat-related illness and take action to prevent becoming sick.  High heat and humidity can lead to...
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