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Flu Shot Clinic Dates Announced

The Bureau County Health Department has announced Flu Clinic Dates in September and October in local towns for Bureau, Marshall and Putnam Counties.

Flu shots can also be scheduled by appointment at your local Health Department.

Announcement: COVID-19 Vaccine Walk-ins

Effective April 18, 2023 we will be accepting walk ins for COVID-19 shots, including Moderna bivalent 1st dose, or bivalent booster dose. To receive the booster dose, it must be 2 months since your last booster, and you must be 65 and older (for 2nd bivalent booster). Please have your white vaccination card with you.

Flu Prevention & Clinics

Influenza (flu) vaccine clinics are scheduled throughout the county in the fall of each year. The CDC recommends that everyone 6 months of age and older receive a flu shot.

Along with vaccination, practicing proper hygiene also assists in preventing the flu.

Our Departments

Our vision is to be a collaborative agent for change in health problems that our community faces and to become a health/wellness provider and resource for all in our community.

Disease Prevention

Our goal is to protect the health and welfare of residents through the identification of potential communicable disease problems and to control the spread of infectious disease within the county.


Family Health Programs

Providing the community with effective educational services in order to promote healthy lifestyles and a higher quality of life. We offer many programs aimed at keeping families healthy.

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Environmental Health

Environmental health promotes health and quality of life by preventing or controlling those diseases or deaths that result from interactions between people and the places they live, work and play.

Health Education

Effective educational programs in order to promote healthy lifestyles and a high quality of life. We believe these programs greatly benefit our youth and communities in efforts to live substance free and overall, to live healthy lifestyles.


Mental Health Resources

Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. Mental health is important at every stage of life.

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Emergency Preparedness

The Bureau, Putnam & Marshall County Health Departments are the lead agencies in public health emergencies within our community. We support other agencies when an emergency is not related to strictly public health responses. 


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