OUR VISION AND MISSION
Healthy choices, people and places. Healthy Madison County.
Our mission is to promote, protect, and assure conditions for optimal health through leadership, partnership, prevention and response.
We believe in...
- Being sensitive to cultural factors influencing health
- Encouraging employees to pursue personal and professional growth
- Delivering high quality services
- Identifying and minimizing health disparities
- Maintaining a qualified work force dedicated to fulfilling their roles
- Providing programs necessary to promote and protect community
- Sustaining partnerships and maintaining community collaborations
NEWS & EVENTS
|We have received our influenza vaccine and will be giving immunizations on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
during normal clinic hours.
Influenza (Flu) Vaccine Sheet
Madison County Health Department encourages our community to be better prepared and we invite community members to join us in this effort. One opportunity to get involved in preparedness in Madison County is to Become A Volunteer with our Medical Reserve Corps (MRC). You do not have to have any medical background to be an MRC Volunteer. We are seeking people 18 years of age and older with a variety of backgrounds and interests to join the Madison County Medical Reserve Corps to help us if we should ever have an emergency here in Madison County. Volunteers will learn about the Madison County Medical Reserve Corps, Public Health Emergency Response, Incident Command System, Strategic National Stockpile, Points of Dispensing, and Family Preparedness.
Volunteer Orientation Training
Monday, March 27, 2017
5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Madison County Health Department
101 E. Edwardsville Road
Wood River, IL 62095
Advanced registration is required to attend the training. Seating is limited. Registration deadline is Monday, March 20th
To register, contact:
Cathy Paone, M.S.P.H.
Volunteer Management Specialist
Medical Reserve Corps Volunteer Coordinator
After the Flood
An informational handout on dealing with the aftermath of flooding
provided by the Illinois Department of Public Health
For more information on the Zika Virus
IPLAN 2016-2021: Summit Presentations
Quality Improvement 201 Training
QI 201 Training Notes
QI 201 Training with Answers
QI 201 - Re-Engaging Staff by Making QI Approachable - April 2016
Wondering what to do in Madison County to keep active and get your family moving?
Check out the MCPCH Obesity Reduction Committee's for ideas and locations:
FREE Activity/Resource Guide
activity resource guide (printable version)
Interactive map version: