Tick Season Underway in Iowa

The mild spring with frequent rains means tick-borne disease season is underway in Iowa. The Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH) and Mills County Public Health (MCPH) reminds Iowans to protect themselves against tick bites. Ticks can carry the organisms that cause diseases like Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, and Ehrlichiosis.

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Adolescent Health in Mills County

Mills County Public Health has been active in protecting the health of Mills County residents since 1970. We are governed by the Mills County Board of Health who is responsible for all policy, programs, staffing and financial decisions of the agency. With the assistance of funding from the Board of Supervisors, service fees and grant funding, we provide a wide variety of services to the residents of our community.

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Immunization Audit of Iowa Schools

An audit of the Iowa Department of Public Health Immunization Program shows percent of students vaccinated broken down by K-12 schools.

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