A welcoming space and friendly treatment are hallmarks of the MCHD clinic.
Contact us at 859-498-3808.
Assure Women’s Health Program – Through Sterling Health Care to provide Family Planning and Breast and Cervical Cancer ScreeningSTD Testing & Treatment
Breast Feeding Classes
Child Fatality Review/Grief Counseling
Dental Flouride Varnish – From first tooth through age 5.
Family Planning– Provided by Sterling Health, 859-404-7686.
Go365 Health Screenings – (formerly Humana Vitality Screenings) For state employees to fulfill their Living Well Promise.
HANDS Assessments – H.A.N.D.S. is a voluntary, researched based education program for expectant parents and parents that are interested in learning about their child’s brain, motor, social and emotional development and so much more.
Head Checks – For lice/nits; to provide clearance for pre-school children to return to school after being sent home due to to having lice.
Immunizations – Adult and Childhood.
Lead Screening & Testing – Ages 1 – 5.
Nutrition Counseling/Managed Nutritional Therapy – Managed Nutritional Therapy is nutrition counseling provided by a Registered Dietitian. MNT is a therapeutic approach to treating medical conditions and their associated symptoms via the use of a specifically tailored food plans devised and monitored by a Registered Dietitian. The role of Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT) when administered by a Registered Dietitian is to reduce the risk of developing complications in pre-existing conditions such as diabetes as well as decrease the effects any existing conditions such as high cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, etc.
Pregnancy Test/Presumptive Eligibility
Referral to Community Health Worker for Case Manager of Chronic Disease Management – Finding medical home, accessing care and insurance
Reportable Disease Managements
School Flu Immunization Program
Well-Child Exams – School physicals and school dental screenings. (Note: Sports physicals must be done by a physician.)
WIC – WIC makes a difference for infants, children, and pregnant, breastfeeding, and postpartum women. WIC provides healthy food, supports breastfeeding, gives advice for healthy eating and makes referrals to health care and other services such as immunizations, Medicaid and health screenings. If you are pregnant, recently had a baby, are breastfeeding or have a child younger than 5 years of age, the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) could help you.
Social Services Hotline: 1-888-351-8901 (or 1-877-597-2331 if after hours) or also if after hours: 1-502-595-4550
Montgomery County Salvation Army: 1-859-274-5161
Gateway Community Action (located in medical plaza behind Vinson and Sons): 1-859-498-5345 (Warming Assistance and up to $100 to help with rent or other expenses)- Person must go there to sign papers or someone can go in their stead. They must bring proof of income and something with name and address of landlord on it. The money will be sent to the landlord; not the client. If no income, person must go and pick up paper for someone to fill out saying that the person has no income.
Pastora contracts with Pathways on Fridays. Patients do not have to have a social security number and can pay on a sliding scale fee. Pastora is there every Friday. They do mental health counseling and addiction services.
Bath Medical Transportation
General Information: 1-606-780-9664
If someone is uninsured they can go to:
HealthCare.gov; if they need assistance they can call: 1-800-318-2596
If someone needs to apply for KTAP, SNAP, or Medicaid they need to go to:
https://benefind.ky.gov/ or they can call 1-855-306-2959
Yellow Fever- Dr. McGlaughlin’s Wife Does/Call on Wednesdays: 859-498-3098
Typhoid: Kroger Pharmacy: 859-497-4314
UK Travel Clinic, Lexington, KY: 1-859-257-5150
Passport Health, Lexington, KY: 1-859-368-0344
Post Clinic: 1-859-498-0231