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District 5 - Southwest

Caddo County Health Department

Caddo County Health Dept3 4-16-14b.jpgWelcome to the web site of the Caddo County Health Department. We hope that you use the information on this site to promote your personal health, the health of your family and the health of our community.

Our VISION is: Creating a State of Health. Our MISSION is: To protect and promote health, to prevent disease and injury, and to cultivate conditions by which Oklahomans can be healthy. We accomplish our mission by monitoring the health of our community, identifying and responding to health threats, providing timely and accurate information to our citizens, enforcing laws that protect health and providing quality services to prevent and control disease.

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic and for the safety of our staff and clients the following measures have been enacted:

  • No group classes are being held at this time. 
  • WIC services are being provided over the phone (405-247-2507).
  • All staff and clients are being screened when entering the building as follows:
    • Taking a forehead temperature
    • Asking 3 questions:
      • Have you had a fever?
      • Have you had a cough?
      • Have you had shortness of breath?

For general questions regarding Coronavirus call 877-215-8336

For CCHD specific questions regarding Coronavirus call 405-247-2507

Please click on the COVID-19 tab on the left for the latest information and COVID-19 resources (includes reopening guidance).

 

The Oklahoma State Department of Health is pleased to introduce the faces of those who work every day to improve the health of Oklahomans. This campaign spotlights the multiple services and aspects of public health to illustrate the work being done both at the central office location in Oklahoma City, and at county health department sites across the state. These dedicated employees work diligently in their individual positions to contribute to the greater cause of public health and safety in Oklahoma. This campaign is designed to show exactly how public health touches the lives of every Oklahoman.  For more information

Congratulations to Staff from District 5 - Southwest, Brandie Combs Regional Director

Rebecca Villa-Winsett

Local Emergency Response Coordinator (LERC)

29 years of service

Click for more on Rebecca

Debbie Lynn

Administrative Programs Officer, Accreditation & Quality Improvement

3.5 years of service

Click for more on Debbie 

 

Jennifer England

   Children First: Oklahoma’s Nurse-Family Partnership Supervisor

5 years of service

Click for more on Jennifer

Yvonne Garrett

Registered Nurse (RN)

9 years of service

Click for more on Yvonne

Caddo County Health Department services vary as to days, times, eligibility, and fees, if any. Caddo County Health Department is an equal opportunity provider.  For a copy of our brochure please click on the following link:  Caddo County Health Department Brochure also in Spanish.

Office Hours

Monday through Friday
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
(closed weekends and holidays)

Contact Information

Caddo County Health Department
216 West Broadway
Anadarko, Oklahoma 73005
(405) 247-2507

Accessibility

If you need a document in an alternative format to meet your accessibility needs or have any difficulty viewing any content with assistive technology, please contact us at webmaster@health.ok.gov.

Flu Vaccine

Comanche County Health Department will offer flu vaccine beginning Monday, Oct. 1. Flu shots will be provided at no out of pocket cost to recipients. Those with insurance are asked to provide their card showing coverage.

Flu vaccination is recommended each year for everyone 6 months of age and older. When more people are vaccinated against the flu, there is less opportunity for flu to spread in families, schools and communities. The flu vaccine is formulated each year to keep up with flu viruses as they change. Also a yearly flu shot is needed because a person’s immune protection from being vaccinated decreases after a year, and yearly vaccination provides the best protection against the flu through the entire flu season.

Last flu season there were 291 deaths and 4,819 hospitalizations between September 2017 and May 2018. In addition to getting a flu shot, public health officials recommend the following prevention tips:

  • Adopt a healthy lifestyle by eating nutritious foods, exercising regularly, and getting a full night’s rest.
  • Wash hands frequently using soap and water, or alcohol-based products such as hand gels when hands are not visibly soiled.
  • Use tissues to cover coughs and sneezes, then dispose of them and wash your hands immediately. When tissues are not readily available, cough into your sleeve, not your hands.
  • Stay home from work, school and other public places when feeling ill.

Comanche County Health Department will provide flu vaccine Monday through Friday, 8:30-11:30 am, 1:00-5:00 pm.  For more information, call the Comanche County Health Department at 580-248-5890.

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