The Cowley County Health Department was originally established in 1941, being among the first eighteen health departments formed in the State of Kansas. In July, 1946 the cities of Arkansas City and Winfield joined with the county to form the City-Cowley County Health Department.
Dispense Assist Tool Introduced for Drive-Thru Flu Clinic
The City-Cowley County Health Department will provide a FREE flu shot to the first 100 people who bring a completed Dispense Assist Influenza Voucher to this year’s drive thru clinic.
The health department in partnership with Twin Rivers Developmental Supports, Inc will be holding a general public drive-thru seasonal flu vaccination clinic on October 10th from 10 am to 3 pm. This mobile clinic will be held at the Twin Rivers facility located at 22179 D Street in Strother Field Industrial Park. Participants are asked to enter this event from South 5th Street. This clinic will be staffed by employees from the health department and volunteers from Cowley County Emergency Management. The clinic is open to anyone 6 months and older wishing to lower their risk of getting the influenza virus.
To obtain a Dispense Assist voucher, simply go to www.dispenseassist.net and choose influenza voucher, fill out all required information fields and print. The Dispense Assist tool was created by Johnson County, Kansas and is being utilized nationally to increase emergency response capabilities. The Dispense Assist tool does not store any information.
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