The St. Lucie County Health Department provides quality and individualized health care services to the community at an affordable rate. These services are provided by highly qualified and experienced family practice doctors, pediatricians, nurse practitioners, nurses, nutritionists, and case managers.
We offer a wide range of health care services to the community including:
Caring for the Health of Mothers and Children
Women who get prenatal care have healthier babies. Their babies become healthier children through well-baby checkups, immunizations and school health programs. Help and hope are provided to families who have children with special health care needs.
Tracking Diseases and Stopping Them in Their Tracks
Keeping Floridians safer by tracking patterns of disease, investigating and containing outbreaks and developing solutions are unique responsibilities of the Department of Health. Working with health care providers, we meet the challenge of reducing acute and chronic illness and disease.
Health counseling and education are available in both classroom settings and a one-on-one basis. In addition, we provide sexually transmitted disease (STD) and HIV/AIDS training to community agencies and organizations. To improve the prevention of communicable diseases, we conduct systematic disease surveillance and data collection activities for encephalitis, staphylococcus, STDs, etc.
Adult Health Care
Basic and primary care, physicals for school and work.
Well child checkups, physicals, sick visits.
Individuals making informed decisions about if and when to have children.
Preventive dental care for children.
Project AIDS Care (Pac)
Medicaid program that provides home and community-based services to eligible recipients living at home.
Pregnancy testing and counseling.
Treatment and prevention for the spread of Tuberculosis in St. Lucie County.
For adults, children and foreign travel.
2013 Fee Schedule (13.06kb pdf)