Cleveland County Health Department's Adult Health/General Clinic exists to provide the services you will see below.
All information collected from patients is strictly confidential and will only be shared between the provider and the client/patient.General Clinic
Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. No appointment necessary.
- Immunizations (for adults and children)
- Tuberculin skin test
- Communicable disease exams
- Hypertension (Blood pressure) screening
- Sickle cell testing
- Pregnancy testing
- Foreign Travel Immunization
Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Clinic
The Tuberculosis Program exists for the prevention, detection, and treatment of TB. Cleveland County citizens who need TB screening, x-rays, and treatment of TB may be seen through General Clinic at any time.
Diabetic screening through General Clinic as walk in Monday- Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm for Cleveland County residents 18 years and older who do not have a known diagnosis of diabetes. An A1C finger stick blood sugar will be performed at a charge of $17 with referrals made as needed.
The STD clinic provides services to those who have, or suspect they have a sexually transmitted disease. This clinic provides confidential testing, diagnosis, treatment and counseling for common sexually transmitted diseases. This clinic operates Monday - Wednesday and Friday from 8:00-11:00am and 1:00-4:00pm. Appointments are made and walk ins may be triaged and may be referred depending on staffing. To make an appointment please call 980-484-5100. For more information on sexually transmitted diseases please visit the Center for Disease Control's website here.
Cholesterol screening is provided for adult residents of Cleveland County who request it. The target population for screening is men ages 34 to 65 and women ages 45 to 65. The test, cholestek, includes total cholesterol, LDL, HDL, triglycerides, and a fasting blood sugar. The service is available Monday through Friday between 8:00 am and 10:00 am for a minimal fee. A public health nurse will follow up on abnormal levels by providing education through individual counseling and appropriate handouts and by referral to the individual's physician if indicated.