Public Health

Carbon County Public Health

Carbon County Public Health's mission is to promote, uphold, and enhance the overall health and well-being of Carbon County for the benefit of current and future generations.

As a dedicated service to the community, we strive to ensure the people of Carbon County have a safe, private, and qualified place to meet their individualized health needs. With a fully dedicated and well- educated staff, Carbon County Public Health offers both direct and population based public health nursing functions.

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Western Wyoming Reproductive Health

Western Wyoming Reproductive Health is now located in our office. Call 307-328-2706 or 307-362-6813.

Eight Basic Public Health Nursing Functions

  1. Maternal and Child Health - Nurses provide an array of services to pregnant and post-partum moms and children, including Healthy Babies Home Visitation Program and Children's Special health case management services.
  2. Nursing Home and Medicaid Long- term waiver Pre-admission Eligibility (LT101) - Public Health Nurses assess a client's functional level of appropriate placement in a nursing home, an assisted living facility, or if they can live safely in their home.
  3. Chronic Disease prevention, Education and Management - This function includes adult health clinics and in some cases, limited home services providing direct prevention and monitoring.
  4. Communicable Disease Prevention - This function includes:
    1. HIV case-management
    2. Immunizations
    3. Infectious disease follow-up and investigation
    4. Sexually transmitted infection/ HIV/ viral hepatitis screening, testing, and follow-up
    5. Tuberculosis screening, testing and follow-up
  5. Public Health Emergency Preparedness - Ensures that public health staff are knowledgeable and prepared to respond to bioterrorism and other public health emergencies
  6. Community Health Assessment and Planning - Public Health Nurses work with county hospitals and other stakeholders to identify barriers to the health and well-being of its residents and to implement a community health improvement plan.
  7. Public Information and Education - Public Health Nurses provide classes and educational opportunities to the general public on a myriad of public health topics and issues.
  8. Environmental Health Issues - Public Health Nurses work with local agencies to investigate issues which may be harmful to the county's citizens and provide follow-up support and education when possible.

Wyoming Department of Health Website

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