Skip to main content

Creek County Health Services

Creek County Health Department is pleased to provide a variety of services across the life span. We offer services equally to men, women, and children.

Appointments are encouraged. Call 918-224-5531 (Sapulpa), or 918-367-3341 (Bristow) with questions for any of the services listed below or to make an appointment.

You may fill out and bring this client information worksheet with you to the clinic. If you don't know where to turn for medical care, please call and we will try to help you find services.

Cost of Services:

Creek County Health Department provides health services at little to no cost. Insurance is not required to be seen, but if you have insurance, please bring your information with you. Contact us with questions about specific services.

  • Services include health screenings, health education, school/sports physicals.
  • Fluoride varnish to help prevent and slow tooth decay is provided to those 18 years of age and younger. 
  • Insurance not required.  

Well Child Visits
Well Child Appointments are provided by our Nurse Practitioner. Services include Childhood Immunizations, School/Sports Physicals, Health Screenings, Health Education, WIC Enrollment, as well as referrals to other services and resources. Insurance is not required.

WIC provides nutritious foods to supplement the diets of women, infants and children.  WIC foods are specifically choses to provide the nutrients you and your children need.  WIC promotes healthy eating, active lifestyles and nutrition education through online nutrition education, interactive nutrition & fitness group classes, and/or private consultations with WIC staff.

The reproductive health program is devoted to providing family planning services to females and males of reproductive age. Services are provided on a voluntary and confidential basis, and services will not be refused based on inability to pay.  This program helps males and females make informed decisions regarding family planning, being healthy and making good lifestyle choices.  This program promotes family involvement and provides community-based education and outreach activities.

Service for females include:

  • Physical examination.
  • PAP smears and breast exam.
  • Screening for sexually transmitted infections.
  • Birth control methods include but are not limited to latex condoms, Depo-Provera injections, birth control pills, intra-uterine devices (IUD), vaginal rings, birth control patches, and hormonal implants.
  • Pregnancy diagnosis.
  • Counseling and referrals.

Services for males include: 

  • Physical examination.
  • Instruction for testicular self-exams.
  • Examination of the prostate, as appropriate.
  • Screening for sexually transmitted infections.
  • Education and counseling on methods to prevent pregnancy.
  • Counseling and referrals.  

Children First, Oklahoma's Nurse-Family Partnership is a voluntary family support program that offers home-based services to mothers expecting their first child. Services are provided by appointment only.

The Maternity Program focuses on eliminating barriers to care and ensures services by linking pregnant women with organizations, programs and providers of maternity services. With accessible prenatal care, the ultimate goal of the program is healthy mothers and healthy babies.

Services & Eligibility

Services for pregnant women include:

  • Routine prenatal care​
  • Linking with local obstetric providers for delivery and transfer care for high-risk conditions​
  • Case management​
  • Education​
  • Referrals​
  • Nutrition counseling and referral to WIC

Who is eligible to receive services?

  • Services are targeted for pregnant women who are uninsured or underinsured for these health care services or who live where access to prenatal care is limited.​
  • Contact a local county health department listed below for information about available services and how to apply for SoonerCare.

Health education is an integral part of public health.  Health educators provide information and resources to individuals and communities in an effort to promote, maintain and improve healthy lifestyles through knowledge and behavior change. 

Important issues addressed by Health Educators include:

  • Substance abuse
  • Worksite Wellness
  • Injury Prevention
  • School Health
  • Certified Healthy Oklahoma
  • Tai Chi/Falls Prevention
  • Sexual Health
  • Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) and Resilience
  • Nutrition
  • Human Growth and Development
  • Adolescent Health
  • Physical activity
  • Personal Hygiene
  • Tobacco Use and Vaping
  • Chronic disease

To discuss health education programming needs in your area or request the presence of a health educator at a coalition meeting or event, please contact the county health department.

Community Health Workers (CHWs) connect residents to available services and resources. The goal of the CHW program is to improve the health of individuals and the community. CHWs can help individuals meet health goals and assist with applications and referrals for services such as health insurance, housing, state and federal benefits and more.

Clinical Social Workers act as a client advocate with outside service agencies. Social workers advocate on behalf of broader social issues that affect client populations. They participate in community organization activities with private, community, and public groups and agencies in the development of community resources. They also engage in community education on public health concerns.

They work specifically with clients in these settings: Family Planning Clinic, Maternity Clinic, WIC Clients, referrals for substance abuse, physical or sexual abuse, domestic violence, suicidal ideation, and postpartum depression.

  • Recognize and prevent communicable disease outbreaks such as food and waterborne illness, tuberculosis, and childhood diseases.
  • Report a disease - related issue locally by calling (405) 372-8200. After hours, call (405) 426-8710 to speak with an Acute Disease Service epidemiologist. 

  • County health department staff identify and treat tuberculosis clients and ensure appropriate measures are taken to prevent the occurrence and transmission of tuberculosis.
  • Skin testing is provided at no charge for those with a doctor’s order, at the request of a rehab facility, those residing in homeless shelters, or a known contact to an active TB case.  Others may receive skin testing for a charge of $15.  

Sexually transmitted infections (STI) are infections that can be passed on from one person to another during sexual contact.  They are caused by a variety of organisms including bacteria, viruses, protozoans and parasites. 

  • Everyone who has been sexually active is encouraged to get tested routinely
  • Testing is always confidential.

The Payne County Health Department provides free and confidential testing, evaluation, health education and treatment of the following STI’s

  • Gonorrhea
  • Chlamydia
  • Syphilis
  • Human Immunodeficiency Virus

Rapid Start and PrEP Program

  • Provides providers a way to connect their clients with critical HIV treatment and preventive services.  This includes Rapid Start for clients newly diagnosed with HIV and PrEP for HIV-negative clients who could benefit from pre-exposure prophylaxis. 

Highlights of the PrEP program

  • The nurse practitioners take care of all labs, exams and medications free of charge.
  • Assistance with connection to Ready, Set, PrEP or Advancing Access to continue to receive medication free of charge.
  • PrEP clients are seen by the nurse practitioners every three months for follow-up and medication refills, at home visits, virtual visits or in a county health department. 

Highlights of the Rapid Start program

  • No insurance or citizenship status is required.
  • First month of medication is free.
  • Initial screening/exam is free.
  • Connection to case management.
  • Enrollment in the Oklahoma HIV Drug Assistance Program
  • Connection to continuity of care.  

We offer immunizations for children as well as select immunizations for children as well as select immunizations for adults that may require a minimum fee to protect individuals from serious communicable diseases.

We utilize the Oklahoma State Immunization Information System (OSIIS), a statewide immunization registry operated by the Oklahoma State Department of Health for management of immunization records.  

Consumer Health Services

The mission of the Consumer Health Service is to protect the health of consumers and prevent disease through the licensing, inspecting, and monitoring of multiple professional, occupational and business programs.

To report a dog bite, food concern, lodging concern, or pool concern to Creek County Consumer Health, call 918-224-5531 (Sapulpa) or 918-367-3341 (Bristow). 

Contact Information

Address: 1808 S. Hickory, 74066   
Phone: 918-224-5531

Address: 408 W. 4th, 74010   
Phone: 918-367-3341


Back to Top