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Judi Rodemich, Director

(410) 996-5130

The Division of Community Health Services promotes the health of Cecil County residents and offers a variety of health services for children and adults. These include:

  • Monitoring and controlling communicable diseases and conditions (communicable disease may include sexually transmitted infections, tuberculosis, rabies, and other public health disease threats);
  • Communicable disease surveillance and case management of residents affected by communicable diseases;
  • Outbreak investigation and control;
  • Screening, testing and treatment of sexually transmitted infections;
  • Home visits for pregnant and postpartum women and children;
  • Emergency contraception and pregnancy testing;
  • Case management and referral for children with special health care needs and children with elevated lead levels;
  • Child and adult immunization and immunization tracking and follow up;
  • Assurance of primary care;
  • ACCU/Ombudsman program which helps Medical Assistance clients to access medical healthcare; and
  • WIC (Women, Infants and Children’s) Program nutrition counseling.

Services provided:

  • Communicable Disease Control – 410-996-5100
    • Disease Outbreak Investigation
    • Tuberculosis Screening/Evaluation/Treatment
    • Rabies pre-exposure clinics & post-exposure follow up
    • Sexually Transmitted Diseases – Screening & Treatment
    • AIDS/HIV Counseling and Testing
    • AIDS/HIV Case Management
    • Rapid HIV and Hepatitis C Testing
    • Immunizations – Adult and Children
  • Clinic Services – 410-996-5100
    • Emergency Contraception
    • Pregnancy Tests
  • Maternal/Child Health – 410-996-5145
    • Immunization Tracking and Follow Up
    • Infants and Toddlers Program (Eligibility Screening, Case Management)
    • School Health Consultation (Vision and Hearing Screening)
    • Children with Special Health Care Needs Evaluation and Case Management
    • Assurance of Primary Care – Assistance in finding a medical home
    • Assistance with MCHP and Health Choice through the ACCU/Ombudsman Program
    • Prenatal, Postpartum and Infant Home Visits to provide Service Coordination and Education for clients with Medical Assistance or if uninsured, Case Management for pregnant women and children under age 2
  • WIC – Women, Infants and Children’s Nutrition Program – 410-996-5255

Most services require an appointment, but some are on a walk-in basis.