North Central District Health Department
North Central District Health Department
"Caring for our communities"
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    Are you looking for COVID-19 testing in the North Central District? 

    While the NCDHD works to find another testing company to provide community testing sites in the district, there are other testing opportunities. 

    First, check with your local school district to see if they’re providing testing for staff, students and household family members. 

    You can also check with your family medical provider, many offices are providing testing. 

    Many local pharmacies and urgent care clinics are still testing, as well. Check CVS, Walgreens and Little Clinics and Park DuValle, in your area. Testing sites can also be found through

    Covid-19 Vaccine Administration Record Form
    Current Covid-19 Numbers
    Updated COVID-19 Guidance

    Due to the exponential growth in case numbers, as well as the updated isolation and quarantine guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, the North Central District Health Department has added the easily accessible Updated COVID-19 Guidance section to the NCDHD website for community members to obtain the most up to date isolation and quarantine guidance from the CDC and the Kentucky Department of Public Health. Since the health departments are no longer providing contact tracing or letters to return to work or school, this will ensure that updated guidelines are readily available to positive cases, their close contacts and the community as a whole in a timely manner.

    In accordance with CDC and Kentucky Department of Public Health recommendations, the North Central District Health Department, covering Henry, Shelby, Spencer and Trimble counties, will begin providing COVID-19 Pfizer booster shots for ages 12-and-up. You are eligible for a booster shot 5 months after your second dose. Be sure to bring your vaccination card when you get your booster. If you can’t find it or if you can’t remember the date of the second shot, contact your local health department for help. For more information or to make an appointment, contact your local health department.

    COVID-19 Information

    Flu vaccine is now available in the clinic. The cost is $40 for traditional vaccine and $65 for high dose. We will file insurance if available. Cost may be adjusted based on sliding scale. Call your local health department for an appointment.   

    North Central District will be refocusing our efforts towards routine services the health department provides starting in January 2022; we will continue to provide Covid-19 vaccinations and booster appointments. The health department provides many services to assist the communities we serve, including WIC (Women, Infants, and Children), Immunizations, Environmental services, HANDS (Health Access Nurturing Development Services), and many others. Contact our local health department to schedule appointments starting in January and visit our social media and website for more information.

    Covid Vaccinations for Businesses
NCDHD COVID-19 information

WIC Program

School Immunizations Information

HANDS Program

Food Service Inspections

Community Education

Harm Reduction

Press releases and Media

Certified Manager/Handler Classes

Our Mission

Caring for our communities by: protecting

the public's health, ensuring adherence

to regulations, promoting and providing

quality preventative health care and

educating the public.

Our Jobs

We are an equal opportunity employer who loves

team players! See our available job postings by clicking this box. Available positions include:

Job Description, Education/Experience Requirements and Application.

Our Locations

The North Central District Health Department covers a four county district consisting of: Henry, Shelby, Spencer and Trimble Counties. Click this box for more information about us and contact information for all of our locations.

Current Events

Check out our Calendar for events, classes and seminars happening around Henry, Shelby, Spencer and Trimble counties. Most events are FREE, but may require registration. See CALENDAR for more information.

Public Health in Action

Throughout the year, the North Central District Health Department participates in special events, classes and opportunities throughout our local communities. CLICK HERE for pictures.

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