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PCHD Fees 
Fees for services effective July 1, 2017

Adult Health
The Adult Health Program is committed to maintaining the health and improving the quality of life for people over 18 years of age. Services include physical exams, laboratory testing,  patient education, etc.

Family Planning
The Family Planning Program provides patient education, risk prevention, physical exams, laboratory testing, Pap smears, and methods of birth control. Payment for services is based on a sliding fee scale, Medicaid, and some insurances that are accepted.

Care Coordination for Children (CC4C)
CC4C is a free and voluntary program to help families improve the health outcomes of their children from birth to 5 years of age. 

Immunization Program
The goals of the Immunization Program are to prevent or control vaccine preventable communicable diseases. 

Maternal Health Program
The purpose of the Maternal Health Program is to provide comprehensive maternity services to childbearing women who are unable to obtain these services through other sources due to financial limitations. Payment for services is based on a sliding fee scale, Medicaid and some insurances that are accepted. 

Communicable Disease Program
The purpose of the Communicable Disease Program is to prevent and control the spread of diseases. 

Sexually Transmitted Infection Services
STI services are available by appointment Monday - Friday from 8:00 am-11:30 am & 1:00 pm-3:30 pm. Some same day appointments are available. Assessment, testing, treatment, and prevention services are available. There is no charge for these services. 

Pregnancy Care Management (PCM)
PCM is a care management service provided for pregnant Medicaid recipients who are identified as being at risk for poor health outcomes.

Health Education 
Health Education strives to equip the community with the resources necessary to live healthy lifestyles. 

Laboratory
The laboratory offers support to health department programs through the provisions of tests which are essential screening and diagnostic tools.

Lead Program
Childhood lead poisoning is one of the most common pediatric health problems in the United States, even though it is entirely preventable. This program provides testing and follow up to children with high lead levels. 

PostPartum - Newborn Home Visiting
A public health nurse is available to visit Medicaid eligible mothers and newborns in the home environment. 

School Health Program
The purpose of the School Health Program is to assure that children achieve and maintain optimum health, in order to promote maximum physical, emotional and intellectual growth. The Health Department works in collaboration with the Person County Board of Education nurses. 

WIC- Women, Infants, and Children Program
The WIC Program provides supplemental food and nutrition education for women, infants, and children (under five) who are at nutritional risk.