Siouxland District Health Department

Creating a healthy community for all

Reportable Disease Hotline

To report diseases immediately, use the Iowa Department of Public Health 24/7 disease reporting telephone hotline: 1-800-362-2736. 

 
Want to know when and how to report certain diseases view IDPH's Disease Reporting Poster.

Radon

Testing your home for radon is easy and inexpensive. Test kits are available at SDHD for only $7. Learn more about radon and testing your home. 

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Smoke Free Housing

Learn more about owning or renting a smoke free apartment and which Woodbury County apartment complexes are smoke free.

Tobacco Prevention

For more information on tobacco prevention, cessation, and environmental changes click here.

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IMMUNIZATIONS

Need a copy of your child's immunization record? Click Here. Must have name, date of birth, and a Social Security or Medicaid number.

To schedule an appointment, call 712-279-6119 and ask for the clinic.

Immunization eligibility information for Vaccine for Children's (VFC) program in English and Spanish 

Click here for more information.

All clinics held at SDHD, 1014 Nebraska St.

Effective, August 1, 2016 there is a $15.00 administration fee per child for all non-Iowa Medicaid children receiving vaccinations through our immunization clinics.  We accept cash, check, credit or debit cards for payment at this time. In addition, we are unable to accept children with Hawk-I coverage.  These children should be taken to their physician for immunizations.

  

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Iowa Get Screened

The Iowa Get Screened (IGS): Colorectal Cancer Program provides education and awareness to all Iowans, offers direct screenings to eligible participants, and encourages system changes to increase screening rates.

Iowa Get Screened is a program of the Iowa Department of Public Health, which provides colorectal cancer screenings to low-income, uninsured and underinsured Iowans.

 

Program Eligibility

-Iowa Resident

-Age 50-64

-Uninsured or underinsured

-250% Federal Poverty Level or below

-At an increased risk for colorectal cancer without experiencing:

  • Ongoing rectal bleeding
  • Prolonged changes in bowel habits
  • Persistent abdominal pain
  • Recurring symptoms of bowel obstruction
  • Significant unintentional weight loss

 

-Have not been diagnosed with:

  • Crohn's Disease
  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Inflammatory bowel disease

 

 

Additional resources:

David's Fight: Provides colorectal cancer screening assistance for those in need.

Cops Against Cancer: Offers assistance to individuals with cancer.

American Cancer Society: Provider cancer information and resources. 1-800-227-2345

Iowa Cancer Consortium: A hub for cancer prevention resources and partnerships.

 

 

 

 
 
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