The Health Department is now able to accept private insurance. Contact our office at 573-642-6881 to set up an appointment to get your vaccines and not have to go to the doctors office.
We are hoping to make this a convenient way for everyone to stay up to date on all their shots.
The insurance contractors we can bill are as follows:
AARP Secure Horizons
BCBS Kansas City
Care Improvement Plus (influenza and pneumonia only)
Great West -CIGNA
Home State/Centene (19 or older only)
Tricare/UHC Military West
If your provider is listed, contact us and we will set up an appointment that will be convenient for you and your family.
Camping or utility knife
Extra radio batteries
Also: purchase an emergency escape ladder for any second story bedrooms, if needed.
Find out about your workplace disaster plans.
Very soon we will be accepting private insurance for shots. Come by or call our office for more details 573-642-6881. We are very excited to offer this to our community so come on by and take advantage of this and not have to wait at the doctor’s office and pay an office visit fee.
Talk to one of the nurses (Sherri, Nancy, Stephanie or Angela) or Tammy at the front desk for details.
See you all in our office soon.
We are in the homestretch, only 6 more weeks to go!
Heavy duty garbage bags
Quick energy snacks (raisins, granola bars, etc.)
Have an earthquake, hurricane or tornado drill at home (since we don’t have hurricanes in Mid Missouri, you don’t have to practice that!, but it might be a good idea to practice a flood watch/warning scenario).
“Childproof” latches for your cupboards
Double sided tap or Velcro-type fastener to secure movable objects.
To Do: Pack a “go-pack” in case you have to evacuate, we recommend at least 72-96 hours worth of items.
Assorted plastic containers with lids (that match, bet you can find those in your cabinet right now)
Arrange for a friend or neighbor to help your children if you are at work.
*1 can of meat
*1 can of vegetables
heavy duty garbage bags
quick energy snacks (raisins, granola bars)
Find out if you have a neighborhood safety organization and join it. If you don’t and would like to start one, contact the neighbors and invite them to a meeting at your house, a community center or a local church, set an agenda and go from there. We recommend you invite local law enforcement or fire/rescue so they are aware of your resources to help them during disasters.