Family & School Health
Family and School Health Offices are open Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., Fridays 8:00 a.m. – noon, closed weekends, and holidays. Call 435-277-2310 for more information. Staff are available 24/7 for emergencies and to report communicable diseases.
- Baby Your Baby
- Blood pressure screening
- Cancer screenings including breast & cervical
- Child and Adult Immunizations
- Family Planning
- Flu Clinics
- Health Program Representative / Medicaid
- Pregnancy testing
- School Nursing
- Sexually Transmitted Diesease (STD) testing ,including HIV testing and counseling
- Tuberculosis (TB) testing
Nurses will start administering flu vaccines in schools beginning October 14th through November 1st, 2019. Click here for the entire schedule, forms and information School Flu Clinics.
Tooele County Health Department offers free or reduced cost breast exams, pap tests, and pelvic exams to women ages 40 to 64 who meet income qualification. Many women may also qualify for a free mammogram voucher. Women who receive their exam also qualify for services...
We've had several questions concerning Norovirus. At this point, Tooele County Health Department has had one reported case, but no confirmed cases. Please read the following statement for additional prevention guidelines. Norovirus Sept. 2018
The end of summer gives us a chance to not only celebrate the many things we can do to keep babies safe, but also to honor a group of caregivers that helps us keep babies safe. Whether you’re a new parent, buying a gift for expectant parents, or a service provider who...
Tooele County Health Department offers vaccinations for children and adults. Most insurances plans are accepted. Vaccines are available for a low fee or at no cost for eligible children through 18 years of age. Walk-in Immunization Clinics are held Monday through...
Open enrollment for Medicaid members now through June 15, 2018. For more information call Kindra at 435-277-2377. Medicaid 2018
Zika virus is primarily spread to people through mosquito bites. Once the virus is in a person, it can spread through blood transfusion, sexual contact, and from mother to child. Zika is not currently found in the continental United States, but cases have been...