Contact UsKaren Wandel, RN - 225-4009
Molly Carey - 225-4007
Kim Franchi, RN - 225-4008
Home visits and immunizations
Pam Hanna, RN - 225-4004
School nursing and daycare immunization reviews
Jesse Hauer - 225-4031
Public Health Emergency Preparedness Coordinator
Boulder Office: Mon-Fri 8-4:30
PO Box 872
214 S. Main, Boulder, MT 59634
Phone: 406-225-4007, Fax: 406-225-4108
Mon & Wed 1-4:30 pm
Whitehall Office: Tuesdays 1-4 pm
11 E. Legion
Whitehall MT 59759
Blood Pressure Checks
Clancy: Thursdays 1-4 pm
Old Clancy Elementary School
3 N Main St-across from Clancy Post Office
Clancy, MT 59634
Blood Pressure Checks
Public Health Department
The County Health Department's mission is to promote good health practices, keep the environment clean, healthy and safe, and to help people enjoy good health and use resources effectively.
How to Avoid Tick Bites
As spring approaches DPHHS offers tips to avoid tick bites that can spread Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and multiple other diseases. Learn more here.
The County Health Department offers vaccinations on a sliding fee scale basis. Below are the reccomended vaccinations by age. Information on the sliding fee scale is available here.
Hep B: Hepatitis B | DTaP:Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis | PCV-13:Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine | HIB:Haemophilus Influenzae B | MMR:Measles, Mumps, Rubella| VZV:Varicella (Chicken Pox) | MCV4: Meningococcal| Hep A: Hepatitis A | HPV: Human Papillomavirus
WIC (Women, Infants and Children)
WIC is the special supplemental Nutrition Program from the USDA for Women, Infants and Children. It provides valuable nutrition and health information to its participants. WIC helps families learn how to make healthy lifelong nutrition and lifestyle choices. Women who are pregnant, breastfeeding or just had a baby are eligible, as well as children ages 0-4 years of age.
Studies show pregnant women participating in WIC seek earlier prenatal care. Early prenatal care contributes to having healthier pregnancies and delivering healthier babies. WIC's supplemental foods add key nutrients such as protein, Vitamins A and C, iron and calcium to their diets. Children on WIC show improved iron levels (less anemia), have better vocabularies, have improved access to regular health care and have increased immunization rates when compared to other eligible children not on WIC
Participation in WIC is separate from all other programs. You do not have to participate in other programs to take advantage of WIC's many services. Being on WIC does not affect your participation in other programs. See the State WIC Program website for more details. http://dphhs.mt.gov/publichealth/WIC