• Ambulances

    Ambulances provide hospital transfers, emergency services, emergency response, nursing home transports, and planned medical service transports.

  • Emergency Services

    Emergency Services respond to natural disasters, severe weather incidents, and civil unrest, including disaster preparedness, emergency planning, mandatory evacuations, and disaster relief.

  • Health Departments

    Health Departments enforce health codes, monitor infectious diseases, and inspects food service establishments. Some offer clinical services, including flu shot clinics, blood pressure screenings, and health consultations.

  • Hospitals

    Hospitals offer emergency medical care, ER services, urgent care, surgical treatment, laboratory services, diagnostic treatment, labor and delivery care, and other health services.

  • Medicaid Offices

    Medicaid Offices provides health insurance assistance to income-eligible individuals and families, including information on enrolling for Medicaid, Medicaid eligibility, health insurance for the elderly, Medicaid requirements, and Medicaid services.

  • Mental Health Departments

    The Mental Health Department provides treatment for mental illnesses, substance abuse treatment, recovery services, mental health screenings, psychiatric services, counseling, therapy, and other mental health services.

  • Urgent Care

    Urgent Care provides non-emergency medical services, flu shots, injury treatment, treatment for urgent medical conditions, minor trauma services, and other medical needs.