Scott County Health Department
Health Department Features
The U.S. is currently experiencing a measles outbreak. At this time there are no confirmed or suspected cases of measles in Iowa. Measles is a highly infectious disease that can affect people of all ages; however, measles can be prevented through vaccination. The Scott County Health Department encourages all residents to check their immunization status. Consult your doctor if you were born after 1957 and have not had the measles or have not received two doses of the MMR (measles, mumps, Rubella) vaccine. For more information about how measles is spread and the symptoms, please click on the following links for Iowa Department of Public Health Measles webpages.
If you or a family member have had contact with measles or have any symptoms, call ahead to your doctor to discuss your symptoms before showing up at the office or clinic.
Play it Safe on Super Bowl Sunday
Super Bowl Sunday is often recognized as the second biggest single day of food consumption in the United States after Thanksgiving. Like other holidays where food plays a prominent role, food safety should be a prime consideration to ensure that gatherings are healthy and happy events.
New STD Clinic Requirements
As of January 2, 2015, clients coming to the STD Clinic will need to show proof of living in Scott County to be seen. Please bring one of the following items:
- Picture ID with name and address
- School/College ID
- Pay stub showing name and address
- Recent business letter on letterhead showing name and address
- Recent bill showing name and address
For more information on our STD Clinic, click on the links below:
Annual Operational Permit Invoice
If your property is served by an onsite wastewater treatment system which generates a discharge, you will be invoiced for an annual inspection.
- Invoices were mailed out 1/22/2014
- If you received your invoice and would like to pay online
- More about water quality
Scott County EPSDT Care For Kids Program
Need a doctor? Care for Kids can help! Care for Kids works with children and their families to establish and maintain medical and dental homes; assure that children are receiving regular health and dental check-ups; and helps families with rides to health care appointments. The goal of Care for Kids is to ensure that medical conditions are diagnosed and treated as early as possible. Follow the link below to learn more.
- Learn more I-SmileTM (Dental Home)
The Scott County Health Department is committed to promoting, protecting and preserving the health of the community by providing leadership and direction as advocates for the individual, the family, the community, and the environment we serve.
600 W. 4th St.
Davenport, Iowa 52801-1030 [ Map It ]
Phone: (563) 326-8618
Fax: (563) 326-8774
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday
except on holidays