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April is STD Awareness Month - Know the Facts! GYT: Get Yourself Tested

When is comes to preventing and testing for sexually-transmitted diseases STD Awareness Month (STDs), people often make false assumptions about how to stop the spread of STDs, how STD tests are done, and who should be tested. But the truth is that preventing, testing for, and treating STDs is very straightforward. Please call 525-7245 to schedule a STD test.

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Measles Cases Continue to Rise Across the Country

Public Health recommends checking immunization status and getting vaccinated.

Click here for EIPH 2/4/15 Measles press release.
Click here for information about Measles from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).


Eastern Idaho Public Health is offering FREE Tobacco Cessation Classes

Are you ready to quit smoking? Eastern Idaho Public Health is offering FREE tobacco cessation classes.. Anyone is welcome to attend.

For more information, please call 533-3158 or email to: nbutler@eiph.idaho.gov


Free Breast and Cervical Cancer Screenings Available for Eligible Women

EIPH's Women's Health Check staff--Lucy, Rachel, and Connie--are available to assist older, uninsured women with limited family income and no other health care resources receive FREE breast and cervical cancer screenings. Call 533-3209 or click here to learn more about the Women's Health Check Program and to see if you qualify.

WHC Staff

Network of CareNetwork of Care

On September 18, 2012, Idaho's Public Health District's launched the Network of Care for Public Health, a community-based web portal program that provides individuals, families, policy makers, and public health leaders with a wealth of health-related information at the county, health district, state, and national levels. On the site, Eastern Idaho Public Health is PHD7 and includes Bonneville, Clark, Custer, Fremont, Jefferson, Lemhi, Madison, and Teton Counties.

Click here to read the full press release.

Click here to visit Idaho's Network of care Site: www.idaho.networkofcare.org

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