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.In case of 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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Severe Weather Preparedness

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February 27, 2015                                                                                IEMA Urges People to Prepare for Severe Weather Tornadoes, floods and severe storms can happen any time of year

SPRINGFIELD – Believe it or not, warm weather soon will return to Illinois.  As exciting as that sounds, warmer temperatures also...
Last Updated on Monday, 02 March 2015 11:37 Read more...

Measles Information

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Statement from Public Health Officials in Illinois and Cook...
Last Updated on Tuesday, 10 February 2015 09:46 Read more...

Flu Vaccine available

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Flu Vaccine available

Quadrivalent vaccine offers protection against 4 strains of the flu, A/H3N2, A/H1N1, and 2 strains of influenza B. Quadrivalent vaccines are available in:Traditional flu shots, approved for anyone 6 months and olderNasal spray, approved for healthy people from 2-49, except

The flu vaccine is the best protection against the flu this season. If you get the flu vaccine, you are 60% less likely to need treatment for the flu by a healthcare provider. Getting the vaccine has...
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State Health Department Promotes Diabetes Awareness and Prevention

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State Health Department Promotes Diabetes Awareness and Prevention

 

CHICAGO –This November, American Diabetes Month, Illinois Department of Public Health Director Dr. LaMar Hasbrouck is encouraging everyone to learn their risk factors for diabetes and how to reduce or eliminate them.  

 

Diabetes is a serious chronic disease caused when blood sugar (glucose) levels are above normal and a hormone called insulin is not able to help glucose get into the...
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Illinois Department of Public Health Director Outlines Ebola Preparedness in Illinois

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October 20, 2014
Illinois Department of Public Health Provides Update on State’s Preparedness Efforts for Ebola

 

Governor Quinn Directs Agency to Assemble Ebola Preparedness Task Force, Announces Informational Hotline and Website

 

CHICAGO – Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) Director Dr. LaMar Hasbrouck, joined by local health department, hospital, health care and emergency response officials, held a media briefing today to update the public about Ebola...
Last Updated on Monday, 20 October 2014 09:30 Read more...

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