CHILDREN’S IMMUNIZATION CLINIC – Children’s Vaccines 18 and Under
What to bring: THE CHILD’S SHOT RECORD, PHOTO ID, AND INSURANCE CARD (if insured)
Where: MCHD, 206 E. 9th St., Anderson
When: Every Tuesday and Thursday
9:00 am to 12:00 pm
1st and 3rd Thursday of each month
4:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Cost for children’s immunizations:
- $10 per child, if uninsured or current insurance does not cover immunizations
- Free of charge for child covered by Medicaid
For more information about these guidelines, please click the following links:
- Letter from the Indiana State Health Commissioner
- Children Eligibility Statement
- Adult Eligibility Statement
- Letter to public from Madison County Health Department Nursing Supervisor
- Update to Providers from State Health Commissioner 5/18/2011
*****THE CHILD’S SHOT RECORD IS REQUIRED TO HAVE IMMUNIZATIONS.*****
Need a copy of your child’s shot record? Click on the link for Record Request Form. There is a $5 charge for each copy of a shot record.
Child must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. If a parent cannot bring a child, a note from the parent or guardian must be sent with someone over 18 years of age accompanying the child.
ADULT VACCINATION CLINIC – All individuals over 18
What to bring: PHOTO ID, INSURANCE CARD (if insured), and applicable fee
206 E. 9th St., Anderson
Who: Adults 18 years and older
When: Tuesdays, 8:15 am to 9:00 am
Thursdays, 2:00 pm to 2:30 pm
Cost: Tdap (Boostrix or Adacel) – $10 administration fee – *given only to adults who have, live with or care for a child age 1 year or younger
Hepatitis A (Havrix) – $50 per injection
Hepatitis B (Engertix) – $50.00 per injection
Hepatitis A and B (Twinrix) – $75.00 per injection
The Immunization Division of ISDH has expanded the patient risk eligibility criteria for our Adult Immunization Program. These changes now include:
- Tdap vaccine is available to all patients 19 years of age and older who are uninsured or underinsured and need a dose
- HPV vaccine is now included with our program, and is available to all persons 19-26 years of age who are uninsured or underinsured and have not started or completed the HPV vaccination series
- The risk eligibility for Hepatitis B vaccination has expanded. As in past years, adults with diabetes who meet financial criteria can receive doses of the vaccine.
TUBERCULOSIS (TB) TESTING AND CONTROL
TB skin testing: Mondays and Tuesdays
9:00 am to 11:00 am
2:00 pm to 3:30 pm
*****Individuals receiving tests must return in 48 to 72 hours to have test read.******
MCHD Nursing Division conducts periodic classes for area health care providers to train for proper placing and reading of TB skin tests. Educational updates on the disease are also provided.
For upcoming class schedules and fees call 765-646-9206.
LEAD INSPECTION PROGRAM
The MCHD Nursing Division conducts lead screening through a capillary finger stick, and case management, for at-risk children ages one through six years.
Call Nursing Division at 765-646-9206 for more information.
TATTOO ESTABLISHMENT INSPECTION
The MCHD Nursing Division provides guidelines and directions per Madison County Ordinance for artists and establishment owner/managers wishing to obtain operating permits, as well as provides inspections and education for qualifications.
Background check (one time only): $100.00
Ordinance No. 2008-BC-O-07, Ordinance Amending 2002-BC-O-05, Tattoo and Body Piercing Establishment Ordinance was presented to the Board of Commissioners with several changes. Commissioner Paul Wilson read the following amendments into the minutes:
ORDINANCE 2008-BC-0 -07
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE #2002-BC-0-05
ESTABLISHING TATTOO AND BODY PIERCING
WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners of Madison County, Indiana did, heretofore on the 4th day of June, 2002, approve an Ordinance entitled Tattoo and Body Piercing Establishments Ordinance; WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioner of Madison County, Indiana, did, heretofore the 21st day of December 2004, approved an Ordinance Amending Ordinance 2002-BC-0-05; and, WHEREAS the Board of Commissioners of Madison County, Indiana, hereby desire to further amend Ordinance 2002-BC-0-05. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS THAT ORDINANCE NO. 2002-BC-0-05, AS AMENDED, BE FURTHER AMENDED BY THE ADDITION OR MODIFICATION OF THE FOLLOWING LANGUAGE:
Section 3. License and permit required.
LICENSE AND PERMIT APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:(A) License Application Requirements. A person shall apply for a tattoo and/or body piercing establishment license with the Madison
County Health Department on forms prescribed by the Department. Applicants for establishments shall retain forms until all are completed and will submit all completed forms at one time to the Health Department. No individual forms shall be accepted. These forms shall include: 1) Establishment Application; 2) Proof of Universal Precautions Training; 3) Criminal Background Check Consent Form; and 4) Zoning Statement, which is required only for new businesses or for change of location of established businesses. Zoning Statements are not required for renewals. The application shall contain, in addition to other information required by the Department, the following information: 6) The applicant’s consent to the Madison County Board of Health for acquiring the applicant’s Criminal Background Report. (E) No applicant for a license or permit under this rule shall be issued such license or permit if the applicant:
1) Has been convicted of a felony in the past five (5) years prior to application or is presently serving probation resulting from a felony conviction.
2) Has been convicted of a crime in the past ten (10) years that classifies the applicant as a “serious violent felon” as defined by I.C. §35-47-4-5, as amended or replaced.
3) Has ever been convicted of a crime which required applicant’s registration on a Sex or Violent Offender Registry pursuant to I.C. §11-8-8-1 et seq., as amended or replaced.
4) Has been convicted of more than one (1) felony.
(C) For every new artist permit issued, there will be an additional background check fee of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00). Section 15. Reusable Equipment
(B) Records must be maintained to document the following:
1) Duration of sterilization technique;
2) Determination of effective sterility such as the use
of biological indicator is performed within seven (7) days prior to use or as required by the Indiana Administrative
Section 21. Minors
No minor shall receive a tattoo or body piercing without the presence of a parent or guardian and written permission from both parents or guardians, if not deceased. Parents of a minor must provide two (2) pieces of picture identification to prove parentage. Guardians must provide, in addition to the two (2) pieces of picture identification, documentation establishing their guardianship
responsibility of the minor.
PASSED AND ENACTED by the Board of Commissioners of Madison County,
Indiana, this ____ day of April, 2008.
COMMUNICABLE DISEASE REPORTING
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