About Us

The Clay County Public Health Center is a local public health department created in 1953 to protect the health of all people in the county by implementing population based prevention programs and services. This community approach to wellness is accomplished through programs and services, which not only prevent the spread of disease but also provide wellness education to empower people to make healthy choices.
Our staff is comprised of health care professionals with a wide range of education and experience from both the public and private sector. Our staff routinely attends educational seminars and trainings so their skill set keeps pace with evolving trends in public health.
Clay County Public Health Center Building
This allows us to provide you with the best service possible.

The Clay County Public Health Center offers a variety of health education, disease prevention and treatment services to promote good health. Many services are available to everyone, while others are based upon income guidelines and are available to those who are uninsured, underinsured, or on Medicaid. Please go to the Contact Us page for information on how to contact our program staff.

Hours of operation are 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. WIC and immunizations have extended hours by appointment only.
Mission Statement
Clay County Public Health Center’s mission is to deliver the essential public health services of prevention, promotion, and protection to the communities of Clay County.

Vision Statement
Empowering all people in Clay County to lead healthier lives!

Core Values
  • Professionalism - We will provide quality services essential to the public’s health with professionalism, progressiveness, competency, and integrity.
  • Quality - We will meet and aim to exceed the expectations of service for our customers, visitors, and all who benefit from the services we provide.
  • Respect - We will treat each other, volunteers, the business community, and the community at-large with courtesy and respect, and will foster the principle of mutual accountability.
  • Stewardship - We will strive to be leaders and partners with others to improve community health and prevent injury and illness in every community in Clay County.