Programs & Services

Personal Health Programs & Services

Clinical Services

Services Include:

  • Family Planning Education & Referral
  • Maternal Care
  • Pregnancy Testing
  • Laboratory Services
  • Physical Examination
  • Pap Smear
  • Health Counseling & Education
  • STD/HIV Testing & Counseling
  • Case Management
  • Immunization Update
  • Ultrasound (onsite and referral)
  • Social/Family History Intake


Eligibility: Sliding Fee Scale

MCHD Clinical Fee & Eligibility Policy

Schedule: By Appointment Only

Services Include:

  • Prenatal Care
  • Physical Examination
  • Social/Family History Intake
  • Ultrasound (Onsite & Referral)
  • Domestic Violence Counseling
  • Health Counseling & Education
  • Immunization Updates
  • Laboratory Services
  • WIC Eligibility


Eligibility: Sliding fee scale with proof of income required.  Eligibility based on gross household income.  No patient will be refused services when presenting for care based on lack of documentation, however each patient will be billed at 100% until proof of income and family size is provided to the agency.  The patient will have (14) days to present this documentation in order to change the previous 100% charge to a sliding fee scale.  If no documentation is produced in (14) days then the charge stands at 100% for that visit.

MCHD Clinical Fee & Eligibility Policy

Examples of Sources of Income

Schedule: By Appointment Only

For Childbearing Women
Services Include:

  • Pregnancy Testing
  • Pap Smear
  • Physical Examination
  • STD/HIV Testing & Counseling
  • Abstinence Counseling
  • Clinical Breast Examination
  • Domestic Violence Counseling
  • Birth Control Options Counseling
  • Birth Control Methods
  • STD/HIV Counseling
  • Pre-Conceptual Counseling
  • Health Counseling & Education
  • Immunization Updates
  • Social/Family History Intake
  • Laboratory Services


Eligibility: Sliding fee scale with proof of income required.  Eligibility based on gross household income.  No patient will be refused services when presenting for care based on lack of documentation, however each patient will be billed at 100% until proof of income and family size is provided to the agency.  The patient will have (14) days to present this documentation in order to change the previous 100% charge to a sliding fee scale.  If no documentation is produced in (14) days then the charge stands at 100% for that visit.

MCHD Clinical Fee & Eligibility Policy

Examples of Sources of Income

Schedule: By Appointment Only

Brochures:
English   Spanish

Services Include:

  • Immunizations for Infants & Toddlers ,Children & Adolescents, Adults
  • Pre-Exposure Rabies Vaccine

Eligibility: By Request (A fee may be charged for some services)

Schedule: By Appointment

Brochures:
English   Spanish

Services Included:

  • Medications
  • Chest X-Rays
  • Case Management
  • Laboratory Services


Eligibility: Free

Schedule: Preventive treatment by appointment only

Services Include:

  • Case Management
  • Contact Follow-up
  • Case/Contact Disease-Specific Health Counseling & Education
  • Surveillance, Investigation, and Reporting


Eligibility: Free

Schedule: Call for details

Services Include:

  • Moore County Schools Employment Physical
  • College Physical
  • Foster Parent Physical
  • Adult Immunizations
  • Sexually Transmitted Disease Diagnosis & Treatment
  • Laboratory Services
  • Health Counseling & Education Services


Eligibility: Fee for Service (No charge for STD services)

Schedule: By Appointment

Services Include:

  • Testing & Counseling
  • Follow-up of Abnormal Newborn Testing


Eligibility: Free

Schedule: By Appointment Only

Clinic Schedule Moore County Health Department

Call for Appointment 
910-947-3300
WIC Appointments
910-947-3271
Monday
AM 7:30 - 12:00 WIC
  8:00 - 12:00

Maternity Clinic; Pregnancy Tests

PM 1:00 - 5:00 Maternity Clinic; Tuberculosis(TB) Clinic; Immunization Clinic 
  1:00 - 5:00 WIC

 

Tuesday
AM 7:30 - 12:00 WIC
  8:00 - 12:00 Family Planning Clinic
PM 12:00 - 2:15 Sickle Cell Clinic (4th Tuesday)
  12:45 - 5:00 STD Clinic
  1:00 - 5:00 WIC

 

Wednesday
AM 7:30 - 12:00 WIC
  8:00 - 12:00 Family Planning Clinic
PM 1:00 - 5:00 Maternity Clinic
  1:00 - 5:00 Family Planning Clinic 
  1:00 - 5:00 WIC

 

Thursday
AM 7:30 - 12:00 WIC
  8:00 - 12:00 Pregnancy Testing 
  8:00 - 12:00 Maternity Clinic
PM 1:00 - 5:00 Immunization Clinic
  1:00 - 5:00 WIC
Friday
AM 7:30 - 12:00 WIC
  8:00 - 12:00

Program Review and Follow-up

PM

1:00 - 5:00

Program Review and Follow-up

 

Family Outreach Services

Pregnancy Care Management (PCM)
Formerly known as Maternity Care Coordination, Pregnancy Care Management provides case management for Medicaid eligible women. Pregnancy Care Managers can assist with referrals to community resources, applications for assistance/resources, and prenatal/parenting/newborn care education.

Care Coordination for Children (CC4C)
A voluntary and free service, Care Coodination for Children (previously known as Child Service Coordination) ensures that children are raised in healthy, safe environments by supporting families and connecting them with vital services. CC4C care managers can help with finding medical care, transportation, childcare and /or financial aid. They can also provide you with information about a wide variety of family oriented resources.

For more information about PCM and CC4C, please follow the links below or contact Torrie Furr, the Moore County Health Department's Social Work Supervisor at (910) 947-3300 ext. 4514.

 

 

WIC

WIC (Women, Infants, and Children) is a federally funded nutrition program for Women, Infants, and Children. The WIC Program provides a combination of nutrition education, supplemental foods, breastfeeding promotion and support, and referrals for health care. 

WIC Non Descrimination Policy (Click here)
 

•Pregnant women
•Breastfeeding women who have had a baby in the last 12 months
•Women who have had a baby in the last 6 months
•Infants
•Children up to 5 years of age

To participate in the WIC Program, you must:

•Be a resident of Moore County or receive health care in Moore County
•Have a medical/nutrition risk factor determined by a nutritionist
•Meet WIC Income Guidelines:
•Family income of less than 185% of the US Poverty Income Guidelines.
•Persons receiving Medicaid, Work First Family Assistance, or Food Stamps meet the income guidelines.

•WIC foods include infant cereal, adult iron-fortified cereal, vitamin C rich fruit or vegetable juice, eggs, milk, cheese, peanut butter, dried and canned beans/peas, and canned/foiled tuna or salmon. Soy-based beverages, tofu, fruits and vegetables, baby foods, whole-wheat bread, rice and corn tortillas were recently added to better meet the nutritional needs of WIC participants. WIC recognizes and promotes breastfeeding as the optimal source of nutrition for infants. For women who do not fully breastfeed or choose not to breastfeed their infants, WIC provides iron-fortified infant formula.
•Information about nutrition and health to help you and your family eat well and be healthy.
•Support and information about breastfeeding.
•Electric breast pump loaner program.
•Help in finding health care and other community services.
•Screen immunizations and make referrals when needed.
•During the summer months, special coupons for participants (women and children 3-5 years of age) to take to the local farmers' market to buy fresh fruits and vegetables.

Call the Moore County WIC Office at 1 (910) 947-3271.

You must provide proof of identification, residence, and household income.

Integrity Document
Proof of Identity
(Must be in applicant’s name)
Proof of Residence
(Must include current physical address)
Bill or account statement less than 60 days old (e.g., bank, credit card, loan papers, mortgage/rental, utility)
Birth certificate
Blank check
Check cashing, credit, or bank ATM card
Correspondence less than 60 days old (e.g., from WIC, DSS, School (K-12), university
(only if in applicant’s name)
Food and Nutrition Services certification letter
Foster child placement letter
Hospital crib card or discharge papers
Hospital ID card or bracelet
Immunization record
(only for infants & children)
Income tax filing for the most recent calendar year
Insurance card or insurance policy
LES (military Leave and Earnings Statement)
Marriage license less than 60 days old
Medicaid or Medicaid Presumptive Eligibility
(Must first verify current eligibility)
Mother’s Verification of Facts (MVF) signed and dated copy less than 12 months old
(only for infants)
Paycheck stub or direct deposit notification less than 60 days old
Permanent Residence Card (“Green Card”)
Photo ID (current): DMV, governmental agency, passport, military, school
Property tax statement
Social security card
Unemployment letter/notice
Verification of Certification Card (VOC) (for current certification period)
Voter registration card for NC
Work ID card
Allowable Proof of Income:
♦ Medicaid card/presumptive eligibility form
♦ Paycheck stub not over 30 days old
♦ Food stamp certification letter
♦ Recent tax return for self employment
Please bring proof of gross income for everyone in the household whom either works or receives any type of payments, such as child support, alimony, retirement, disability, unemployment checks, Social Security checks, student grants, etc.

•Your identification, residence, and income information will be reviewed.
•Length/height and weight will be taken.
•A blood test will be done to determine iron deficiency.
•The nutritionist will interview you, asking questions about your health and diet. This information is reviewed to determine if you have a medical/nutritional risk for WIC. The nutritionist will answer any questions you about nutrition.
•If eligible, you will be issued food vouchers to take to the store to get your food.

•Pregnant women are certified for their pregnancy and up to six weeks postpartum.
•By 6 weeks postpartum they must be recertified as a postpartum woman or breastfeeding woman.
•Non-breastfeeding postpartum women are certified until six months postpartum.
•Breastfeeding postpartum women are certified until their infants are one year old.
•Infants are certified up to one year old.
•Children are certified every six months until five years of age.

In accordance with Federal law and US Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.

To file a complaint of discrimination, write: USDA Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Avenue SW, Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call toll free at (866) 632-9992 (Voice). Individuals who are hearing impaired or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339; or (800) 845-6136 (Spanish). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

Click Here for a map of Moore County establishments accepting WIC vouchers

Vital Birth & Death Records

The Vital Records Section of the Moore County Health Department ensures that all birth and death certificates for those persons who were born or died in Moore County are filed according to Chapter 130-A of the North Carolina General Statutes. Contact the Deputy Registrar at 1 (910) 947-4508 for more information. For certified copies, contact the Moore County Register of Deeds at... 1 (910) 947-6370. You can also review records on the Moore County Register of Deeds Website. Anyone needing an Affidavit of Parentage (AOP), please call the Health Dept. at 910-947-4508 for an appointment.

The Health Director serves as the local registrar for all births, deaths, and fetal deaths occurring in Moore County. The local registrar is also responsible for the issuance of burial transit permits and disinterment/re-interment permits. The deputy registrar processes the vital records received in the health department and forwards copies of all births and deaths which have occurred in Moore County to the Moore County Register of Deeds, where certified copies may be obtained.

Dental Health

If you would like more information about the N.C. Dental Public Health Program in Moore County, visit the NC Oral Health Section website at:
http://www.communityhealth.dhhs.state.nc.us/dental/


FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL THE MOORE COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT @ 910-947-3300

Health Education

Health educators are available to develop and present programming for various community groups on a variety of topics. The health education division will also provide free educational materials, resources, and referrals upon request.
For more information, please contact us...

Office hours: Monday thru Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Phone: (910) 947-3300
E-mail hdinfo@moorecountync.gov 

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