Crawford County Home Health, Hospice & Public Health
COVID-19 Phase 1B
To schedule your vaccine appointment at our office, click here
Crawford County continues to receive very limited amounts of vaccine. Please be patient. Everyone who wants the vaccine will eventually be able to get the vaccine.
Limited amounts of COVID-19 vaccine are available through all the medical clinics in Crawford County for their patients age 65 and older. If you receive your medical care at CCMH Medical Clinic, you can call 265-2700 to schedule an appointment. Denison Family Health Center, St. Anthony Denison and St. Anthony Westside Clinics will call their patients to schedule appointments; please don’t call their offices.
Thrifty White Pharmacy in Denison also has vaccine available for people age 65 and older. A link to schedule an appointment is available below. If the site says there are no appointments available, that means they have all been filled. Please check back frequently.
For the next 3 weeks, Crawford County Public Health will be allocating the majority of the vaccine to our partners listed above so they can concentrate on our 65 and older population. We will keep minimal doses to continue our work with the other populations included in Phase 1B Tier 1. As more vaccine becomes available, Public Health will add additional clinics, including community clinics. The link to schedule appointments at our clinics is available at the top of this information.
All of your local vaccine providers ask for your patience and understanding. We know you are frustrated; we are too. We continue to work together to get the vaccine out as quickly as we can. Our goal is to get the vaccine we receive each week used that week.
To schedule your vaccine appointment at Thrifty White Pharmacy in Denison
Flu Vaccinations are still available
Please call the office at 712-263-3303 to schedule a time.
Crawford County Home Health, Hospice & Public Health meets the community's needs through providing public health, home health, hospice, and homemaker services. Crawford County Home Health, Hospice & Public Health has been Medicare certified since May of 1974 and Hospice certified since May of 1999. Public Health services have been provided to the citizens of Crawford County since 1951. The agency is a non-profit organization serving under the direction of the Crawford County Board of Health and receives financial support from the Crawford County Board of Supervisors.
Crawford County Home Health, Hospice & Public Health believes in the human rights of each individual, the value of life, and the goal of achieving the highest standard of health possible for each individual served. The agency believes that these services provided are an important part of the health care delivery system. It is also believed that a home environment in many cases can enhance and encourage individuals to strive for optimal health. To achieve this goal, coordination and planning must involve the physician, other service providers, and educating the client and/or family. Optimum quality care is important to meet the community health needs.