Jackson County Health Department

The Jackson County Health Department, established in January, 1925, provides a wide range of public and environmental health services to Jackson County residents and, in some programs, the region.

Our mission, to provide public health services for disease prevention, health promotion, and protection of the environment, is the driving force behind our programming and community collaborations.

Our services include health education, data analysis, policy and programming, disease surveillance and response, immunizations, family planning, vital records, and emergency preparedness.

Jackson County Health Department
313 S. Liberty Street
Independence, MO 64050
Monday – Friday / 8am – 4pm
816-404-6415

Mission

Jackson County Health Department provides public health services for disease prevention, health promotion and protection of the environment.

Vision

The population in Eastern Jackson County will practice preventative behaviors that are appropriate, have accessible public health services, with adequate staffing and resources and the citizens will be knowledgeable and proactive about public health and public health policy.

Hours of Operation

Birth and Death Certificates
Monday – Friday
8am – 4pm

Immunization Clinic Services
By Appointment Only
Monday – Friday
8:30am – 3:30pm

Sexually Transmitted Disease Testing
By Appointment Only
Thursdays
8am – 4pm

Pregnancy Tests
Monday – Friday
8am – 4pm

Tuberculosis (TB) Testing
Monday - Wednesday, Friday
8:30am – 3:30pm

TB Skin Test Result Readings
Monday - Wednesday, Friday
8am – 4pm

Our Leadership

Bridgette Casey
MPH CHES, Health Director

Ray Dlugolecki
MPH, Health Promotions Manager

Tammy Landrum
MBA, MHA, BSN, RN, CIC, Public Health Clinical Nurse Managerr

Nancy Smith
Public Health Department Coordinator

Contact

Jackson County Health Department
313 S. Liberty Street
Independence, MO 64050
816-404-6416