Putnam County Health Department
Ebola virus disease (EVD) is a very serious, often deadly disease in humans and in infected animals. A large outbreak of EVD began in March 2014 and is continuing. The following links are from the Indiana State Department of Health. The links below are “Quick Facts about Ebola Virus Disease” and “EVD Outbreak: Frequently Asked Questions.” In these links one will be able to find information including: what it is, symptoms, how it is spread, who is at risk, etc.
The Indiana State Department of Health has opened a call center for the public to answer questions regarding Ebola Virus Disease. Health representatives are available to answer questions regarding symptoms, screening and diagnosis of Ebola. It is open Monday through Friday, 8:15 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.
The call center telephone number is (877)826-0011. Call (888)561-0044 for the hearing impaired.
We are now processing Medicare Part B & Part D, Indiana Medicaid (Children's VFC Program, Hoosier Healthwise, Indiana Care Select, Healthy Indiana Program - HIP, and Traditional Medicaid), and MDwise.
Walk-ins are welcome between 8:30am and 3:30pm when available.
Flu Shots or Mist - $25.00
TB Testing - $14.00
Vaccinations - call for pricing
In the next few months we will also be ready to process insurance claims for patients who carry the following private insurances: Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, UMR - United Health Care, Sagamore, and Cigna. (We will keep you posted when our applications are processed and our start date is set for accepting these private insurances.)