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 Stuart Facility  Indiantown Facility

"Celebrating 60 Years of Service"

  Locations: Stuart: 3441 SE Willoughby Blvd., Stuart, FL 34994 (772) 221-4000 Indiantown: 16401 SW Farm Road, Indiantown, FL 34956 (772) 597-3687

For directions, visit: http://www.mapquest.com/

April is STD Awareness Month – Free Testing: STDs/HIV – Martin County Health Department: Indiantown Site: 16401 SW Farm Road: Tuesday, April 22 - Stuart Site: 3441 SE Willoughby Blvd. 9:00 am – 1:00 pm Testing, counseling & education provided. No appointment needed. More information: 772-221-4000

Health Advisory – Due to high levels of  bacteria, residents are urged to avoid contact with river water near: Leighton Park, Palm City. Health risks include upset stomach, diarrhea, eye irritation and skin rashes. Click here for more information including river and beach water sample results.

Click Fight the Bite for more information on Dengue Fever:

PDF 80.0 KB – Opens in a new window - Fight the Bite! Drain and Cover – Stop mosquitoes from living and breeding around your home or business. Drain standing water in containers. Cover your skin with clothing. Use mosquito repellent. Repair broken screens. More Information: Florida Department of Health in Martin County 772-221-4000 press 7 or Martin County Mosquito Control 772-288-5657 press 5.

Graphic of figure with tissue.  Shoo the flu!  1. Get a flu shot  2. Cover your cough/sneeze  3. Wash your hands often  4. Contact your doctor, if you think you have the flu  5. For more information click on the graphic "

   Important Information for Patients – Effective February 1, 2013, the Martin County Health Department will no longer provide Adult, Pediatric or Prenatal/Maternity services. These services will be provided by Florida Community Health Centers, Inc. Stuart: 772-219-1222 Indiantown: 772-597-3598

   Family Planning Medicaid for Today's Woman

       Information on Medicaid and Other Assistance Programs

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