Tazewell County Health Dept.

If you need to obtain immunization records, please call our Immunization Records Request Line at 309-929-0335 and leave a message with the full name, date of birth, and phone number where you may be reached. The records will be ready for pickup on the following business day. Due to HIPAA privacy regulations, records for persons ages 18 and older must be picked up by that person. A photo ID is required to pick up any records. If you have a specific immunization question, please leave the name, date of birth, and phone number, and one of our nurses will return your call by the following business day.

During regular business hours (M-F 8a.m.-4:30p.m.), contact the health department at its regular number 309-925-5511. AFTER HOURS: If you are a physician, lab or other healthcare professional reporting a communicable disease, cluster of illnesses or other public health emergency, please call 309-303-1375. In case of fire in a food establishment, please call 309-303-1381.

Clinic hours are 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. on Mon., Tues., Thurs. and Fri., and 1-4 pm on Weds. 2nd and 4th Mondays 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.

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20 year Tazewell County Resource and Recovery Plan

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Tazewell County is currently finalizing the 20 year Tazewell County Resource and Recovery Plan (Solid Waste Plan). This is the five-year update as required by the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (415 ILCS 15/5(e)).  Tazewell County Health Department, at the request of the TC Health Services Committee, has held community and work group meetings throughout the last year and now has prepared a draft of the plan.
Our next step is to gather feedback from Tazewell County residents on the plan, the goals and the strategies that have been developed.  
If you have any comments, concerns, or questions regarding the Plan please submit those to Evelyn...
Last Updated on Thursday, 26 July 2018 21:13 Read more...

IDPH Investigation Continues As Foodborne Illnesses Increase

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July 20, 2018      Melaney Arnold – 217-558-0500

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IDPH Investigation Continues As Foodborne Illnesses Increase

 

SPRINGFIELD – The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) continues to work with local, state, and federal public health officials to investigate an increase in the number of Cyclospora...
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IDPH Investigating Increase In Foodborne Illnesses

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IDPH Investigating Increase In Foodborne Illnesses

Cyclosporiasis cases reported across Illinois

SPRINGFIELD – The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) has received confirmation of approximately 90 cases of cyclosporiasis, an intestinal illness caused by the microscopic Cyclospora parasite. Cases have been reported in counties across Illinois with people becoming ill starting in mid-May. The initial investigation indicates a link to consumption of McDonald’s salads produced for...
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Residents to Identify Priority Health Needs in Tri-County

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Residents to Identify Priority Health Needs in Tri-County

 

The Partnership for a Healthy Community (Healthy HOI), representing hospitals, clinics, public health, higher education, and social service agencies, is conducting a community health needs assessment in each of the communities it serves. Residents in the tri-county area can participate in an online survey or a paper survey to help identify the most important health issues impacting individuals and families.

 

“Every...
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Follow-Up Samples from the Illinois River Show No Microcystins

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Follow-Up Samples from the Illinois River Show No Microcystins
Residents should continue to use caution when recreating and be aware of blue-green algae

SPRINGFIELD – Follow-up samples collected in the Illinois River last week showed no evidence of the algal toxin, microcystin, including samples collected near Hennepin and Marseilles. Previous samples collected at these locations detected microcystins above the 4 parts per billion (ppb) draft health advisory established by U.S. EPA. It is...
Last Updated on Thursday, 05 July 2018 07:27 Read more...

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