Dear Community Members,

Here at Morgan County Health Center, we are committed to helping you and your family become happier and healthier. We strive to educate through prevention and outreach which enables us to help our families make happier and healthier lifestyle decisions. We want our community to know that we are here for each and every individual!


Out of an abundance of caution and to assist with our nation’s preventive efforts, Starting Wednesday, March 18, 2020, we will be open but modify how we do care. Keep in mind the goal. The goal is to minimize the spread of the virus in the community so that the health care system is not overwhelmed, but able to care for those in need.

At The Morgan County Health Center:

Our goal is to limit clients who come into the office. We will utilize our phone, Facebook, and email for any essential services. (Many of our services can be delayed for two weeks or longer as indicated. If clients are in need of a service, those needs will be dealt with on an individual basis.)

If you are in need of an essential service, they will be by appointment only. You must call or message us to set up an appointment and we will give you instructions on the procedure. If we need to, we will bring you into the office but will have you wait in your car (rather than in the waiting room). You can call 573-378-5438 when you arrive.

WIC has a plan in place and clients will be notified shortly.

Please call 573-378-5438 for any questions.



Health and Happiness,


COVID-19 Recommendations from the Morgan County Health Center 03/17/2020

COVID-19 is a novel virus, (new) to human beings, and we do not have immunity.  This virus is more infectious than the seasonal influenza virus. This is classified as a pandemic. It is more serious in the elderly and those with underlying illnesses but can infect people of all ages. Children under 19 rarely become seriously ill.  

 Our healthcare system can become overwhelmed if too many people become infected all at once. Implementing Social Distancing is extremely important to limit the spread, and slow the speed of the virus transmission (Flatten the Curve).  This will mitigate the stress on the healthcare system, allowing healthcare providers to focus on the most critically ill patients.  

It is important to reduce the risk of contact with infected individuals.  Stay home when possible. It is crucial for any individual who becomes sick to self-quarantine for 14 days.

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