Comprehensive Breast & Cervical Cancer Control
Provides free breast and cervical cancer screenings and follow up to eligible women.
Eligibility requirements include being uninsured or under insured, without Medicare Part B or Medicaid, between ages 40 to 64 for breast screenings and 21 to 64 for cervical screenings, and household income at or below 250% federal poverty level. Seen by appointment.
Available to all Davidson County residents. Information includes general medication and nutrition education.
Provides education and counseling, clinical services, provision of birth control supplies and supportive social and medical follow up to residents interested in planning their families. Eligibility by income based on a sliding fee scale. Seen by appointment.
General Adult Screenings
Screening and counseling provided to those 18 and older, including blood pressure, diabetes, hemoglobin, cholesterol and urine. Fees may apply.
Provides immunizations to children and adults. (Fees may apply)
Provide Pregnancy testing (fees may apply) and assure prenatal care for eligible participants.
Eligible participants must be a Davidson County resident and have an income of less than 250% of the poverty level.
Sickle Cell & Related Hemoglobin
Provides free testing and counseling for trait or disease.
Sexually Transmitted Infection Testing
Provides free STD testing, diagnosis, counseling, treatment, and referral.
If you are traveling abroad you may need additional vaccines. Please call 336-242-2300 and ask a Communicable Disease Nurse for more information. For More information click here
The North Carolina Tuberculosis Control Program, located in the Division of Public Health, Department of Health and Human Services, is the lead agency in combating tuberculosis in the state. Davidson County Health Department’s goal is to quickly diagnose and treat tuberculosis disease, promptly investigate all suspected exposures to each and every case of TB, and strongly encourage preventative treatment for people who are at risk of developing TB disease.