Abilene - Taylor County Public Health District

 
General Information
Description of AgencyProvides health care in the areas of immunizations; blood pressure, cholesterol and diabetic screening; family planning; TB testing; pregnancy testing; Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) nutrition program; STD testing; primary health care; dental services; and women's health.
LocationWest Central
Geographic AreaCity of Abilene
Facility/ADA AccessLocation is accessible to people with disabilities
Agency TypeGovernment
 
Client Information
Languages SpokenEnglish, Spanish
 
Availability
Hours of OperationMon - Fri 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
 
Contact Information
Physical Site Address 1850 N 6th ST
Physical Site City, State, ZipAbilene, TX 79601-5242
Mailing Address 1PO Box 2818
Mailing City, State, ZipAbilene, TX 79604-2818
Main Phone325-692-5600
Fax325-734-5370
Emailhealthde@abilenetx.gov
Web Addresshttp://www.abilenetx.gov/city-hall/departments/community-services/health
 
Director Information
Director's NameMrs. Annette Lerma
Director's PositionDirector of Health Services
Director's Phone325-692-5600
Director's Emailannette.lerma@abilenetx.gov
 
Affiliated Programs and Services
This Agency: Abilene - Taylor County Public Health District
Affiliated Programs: Abilene - Taylor County Public Health District
Environmental Health
M.E.R.C.Y. Health Care Center
Affiliated Services: Adult Immunizations
Birth Certificates
Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening
Children Immunizations
City of Abilene Childcare Facility Inspections
City of Abilene Food Service Permits and Inspections
City of Abilene Pool/Spa Permits
City of Abilene Septic System Permits
City of Abilene Vector Control
Community Garden
Death Certificates
Emergency Preparedness Section
Family Planning
Health Education
Healthy Texas Women
Hepatitis C Screening
HIV/STD Testing
Medicaid for Breast and Cervical Cancer (BCCS) Application Assistance
Post Exposure Rabies Services
Primary Health Care (PHC)
Rabid Animal Submission
Seasonal Flu Shots
Taylor County WIC (Women's, Infants, and Children) Program
Tuberculosis Control
Water Bacteria Analysis