The Russell County Health Department offers many different services.
Call 785-483-6433 or stop in at 189 W. Luray Street, Russell, Ks.
With the chance of snow coming tomorrow, it is important to make sure that your vehicle is ready. Please read the article from KRSL with winter driving tips provided by the Russell Police department. Remember it does not take alot of snow for there to be an accident.
Have you received your flu shot yet? It's not to late. The Russell County Health Department still has the flu shot available.
Please call our office at 785-483-6433 to make an appointment.
The holidays are a great opportunity to enjoy time with family and friends, celebrate life, to be grateful, and reflect on what’s important. Check out the holiday health and safety tips from the CDC.
During the winter months the weather can change drasticly in a short amount of time. Please click on the links below to make sure you have everything you need in case of an emergancy.
Even though it is cold and windy during the winter, it is still important to protect yourself from the sun. Please use the links below to get more information on how to protect the ones you love from harmful UV rays.
There is no need to panic about Zika but you do need to take steps
to protect yourself and your loved ones. Just like other mosquito carrying viruses,
protection from mosquito bites is the key prevention. If you want to know more about prevention,
please check out
The Russell County Health Department offers a variety of Family Planning Services. We believe abstinence is the safest form of birth control, but do promote other methods as well. We offer various methods of birth control that are either free to the public or can be bought at a discounted price (based on income). Practicing safe sex can allow for a healthier community through preventing Sexually Transmitted Diseases as well as Teen Pregnancy. You can also see if you qualify for the Early Detection Works program. Our Family Planning Clinic is held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month from 1pm to 5pm. Call our office if you have any question or to make an appointment to see Camille Suchy, APRN-C.
If you are interested in becoming a licensed, group, preschool, or childcare center, please call or come to the Russell County Health Department. Your local surveyor Candi Wagner can help instruct you on the latest KDHE requirements for obtaining a license for any type of child care facility. Also, if you are a parent looking for childcare openings in Russell County, please call the ChildCare Aware office at 877-678-2548.
Children Passenger Safety
Call the Russell County Health Department if you would like for one of our certified technicians to help you make sure that your children's car seat in properly installed.
Please click on the following link for child passenger safety tips and resources.
Russell County Health Department
189 W. Luray
Russell, Ks 67665