COVID-19 testing is BY APPOINTMENT only. Schedule a test at www.jocogov.org/coronavirus.
DO NOT ENTER THE CLINIC IF YOU HAVE A FEVER, COUGH OR SHORTNESS OF BREATH.
Health clinics have varying hours of operation; hours are listed in the specific program sections. During high volume times, we may need to temporarily suspend our walk-in services.
The Johnson County Department of Health and Environment is not a primary care provider. If you need medical treatment, please call your health care provider or the Health Partnership Clinic at 913-648-2266.
If you need a copy of your medical records, please complete the Release of Information Authorization (English) or Autorización de Divulgación de Información (Español) form and return to us. If you need a copy of your immunization records, call 913-826-1200 or send your request to MedicalRecords-DHE@jocogov.org.
- Adult Physical Exams (teachers/school employees, child care providers, foster/adoptive parents)
- HIV Information and Testing
- Pregnancy Testing
- Family Planning
- STD Testing and Treatment
- Tuberculosis Testing
Fees for services
Fees for some walk-in services including office visits, lab services, and supplies will be determined based on family size and proof of client’s total annual gross income (e.g., paycheck stub, letter from employer, JCDHE’s Verification of Income form).
Income shall include but is not limited to: wages, salary, commissions, unemployment or workmen’s compensation, public assistance money payments, alimony and child support payments, college and university scholarships, grants, fellowships and assistantships, etc. Income shall not include tax refunds, one-time insurance payments, gifts, loans and federal non-cash programs such as Medicare, Medicaid, food stamps, etc.
JCDHE is a Vaccines for Children Program (VFC) provider. The program provides free vaccines to children age 18 and younger with an administration fee. Find out if your child is eligible for the VFC program.
Some services are available regardless of ability to pay. No one is denied service due to inability to pay. Call (913) 826-1200 for additional information.
Major insurers may pay all or part of the cost of services. Cash, check or major credit card is accepted. Client accounts may be subject to collections if not paid.