Henry County Health Center 1800 Community Drive Clinton, Missouri

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Henry County Health Center

1800 Community Drive Clinton, MO 64735

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OFFICE HOURS

Monday - Friday

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

 

Executive Administrator-Henry County Health Center 

Seeking an executive administrator who demonstrates strong leadership attributes, organizational skills, management experience, ability to collaborate with community resources and legislators, strategic planning experience, understanding the complexities of budgets, recognizing the importance of public health and the workings of a  medical practice.  This position provides the oversight of Henry County Health Center and the day to day operations of the practice for the Compass Health’s Federally Qualified Health Center in Clinton, Missouri.  Requirements include: a minimum of 3 years of supervisory/administrative experience in health related field; fiscal management experience, common office related computer programs and electronic medical records expertise and resident of Henry County.  Salary is commensurate with experience .  Henry County Health Center is an equal opportunity employer.  Please send resume and cover letter to Donni Kuck, 1800 Community Drive, Clinton, MO 64375, fax to 660-890-8057 or email to dkuck@pbhc.org.

 

Compass Health Wellness

The Henry County Health Center has co-located with Compass Health Wellness, a Federally Qualified Health Center providing family medicine and dental services. For more information go to their website:

http://compasshealthhome.org/compass-health-wellness

 

Making Our Mark Youth Training Making Our Mark Youth Training

Making Our Mark II - Youth Training

On Wednesday, December 3rd the Henry County Health Center presented a program titled “Making Our Mark II” to 30 Windsor and Clinton High School/Middle School students and their three teacher Mentors, Bethany Moss, Hannah Williams and Liane Hager. This program was funded by a grant from the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) and Tobacco Free Missouri. The training was developed by members (high school students) of the Tobacco Free Missouri Youth Advisory Board and was designed to educate and empower students to promote tobacco prevention efforts among their peers and in their community. The training was interactive with students learning about the health hazards of tobacco, creating counter tobacco ads and using social media to support tobacco prevention efforts. Following the training students will be actively conducting tobacco prevention programs in the schools and their community. Special thanks for assistance from Tiffany Tuua, MO DHSS and Dana Hall, Pathways Community Health for their help in the training.

 

Onsite Septic Operation and Maintenance Manual Now Available

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services Bureau of Environmental Health Services has published an Onsite Wastewater Treatment System Owner’s Manual. It is a guidance document developed to provide a comprehensive overview of the mechanics, operation, and MAINTENANCE of onsite wastewater treatment system components commonly utilized in Missouri (your rural septic system). Users of the manual can expect to find information about how system components work as well as recommended maintenance. Each system is unique and so is this manual. With each chapter focusing on one system component a homeowner, registered onsite wastewater treatment system professional, or qualified service provider can use selected chapters from this manual to custom design an operation and maintenance manual tailored for a particular site and system. Rural home septic systems are not like municipal sewer systems, they require homeowner maintenance to function properly.

The Manual is available on the program website under “manuals” at http://health.mo.gov/living/environment/onsite/pdf/SystemOwnersManual.pdf

 

MISSOURI DRUG CARD

The Missouri Drug Card is a FREE statewide prescription assistance program, which offers discounts up to 75% on brand and generic medications.  There is no cost or qualifications of any kind for the program.  The cards are pre-activated and ready to use.  The Henry County Health Center has a supply of these cards or go to www.missouridrugcard.com and print one directly from the website.  According to the website, this card is accepted at all pharmacies in Clinton.

 

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