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100 West Burton Street
Murfreesboro, TN 37130
108 David Collins Drive
Smyrna, TN 37167
Hours: 8:00AM – 4:30PM
The Baby and Me Tobacco Free program is a program designed to help pregnant stop smoking and to stay smoke free.
Education, encouragement and support are offered to pregnant and post-partum women by a full time lactation consultant.
CHANT (Community Health Access and Navigation in Tennessee)
CHANT teams provide help with navigation of medical and social services for children (birth to 21 years) along with pregnant and postpartum adolescents and women.
Children’s Special Services (CSS)
Medical services are coordinated by a full time social worker for children (birth to 21 years) with special handicapping or chronic conditions who meet financial criteria.
Well baby/child exams, immunizations, and/or sick care are provided to children 20 years and younger.
Preventive and restorative dental care is provided to children and adults by a full-time dentist and dental assistant.
Education and counseling are available to both diabetics and those at high risk for the disease by a team composed of a registered nurse, registered dietitian, and health educator.
Volunteers are recruited and trained to operate emergency clinics in order to administer medications or immunizations to large numbers of people very quickly. For more information about becoming an emergency response volunteer visit http://thanvolunteer.health.state.tn.us/VolunteerMobilize.
Communicable disease and food borne illnesses are investigated, specimens are collected, lab testing is conducted and preventive treatment is provided as appropriate.
Education, counseling, physical exam and birth control are provided.
Environmental specialists inspect existing food service establishments and review plans for prospective ones. Inspections are also done on hotels, motels, public swimming pools, bed and breakfasts, childcare facilities and school plants.
Health educators coordinate activities that focus attention on lifestyle choices that will result in positive differences for at-risk groups
Routine immunizations are provided to infants, children and adults.
Routine preventive care, sick care and physicals are provided to uninsured men, ages 21 years and older.
Information is provided to parents regarding paternity and paperwork is completed for those parents wishing to acknowledge paternity.
Pregnancy testing, prenatal vitamins and temporary enrollment on TennCare are available.
Routine preventive care, sick care and physicals are provided to uninsured women 21 years and older. Preventive care includes providing or ordering pap smears and mammograms, some of which can be at no cost to uninsured, low income women ages 40 through 64 years.
Confidential testing, treatment and contact follow-up is provided for sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV/AIDS.
Skin testing is provided to persons assessed to be at risk for tuberculosis. Medication is provided at no cost to suspected, active and latent cases. Contacts to suspected or known cases are notified, tested and treated as needed.
Certified copies of Birth and Death certificates are issued (for birth certificates, persons must have been born in TN on or after 1949).
Women, Infants, Children (W.I.C.)
Children under age five, pregnant and breastfeeding who are at or below 185% of poverty and have a nutritional risk receive a limited health screening, nutritional counseling and food vouchers.