P.O. Box 429
Naples, FL 34106
Although the Florida Department of Health in Collier County does not provide primary medical care, we do offer specialty medical clinics for patients with HIV, tuberculosis, hepatitis and sexually transmitted diseases. In addition, we host refugee health and dental clinics, for individuals who qualify. Adult and pediatric immunizations, screening of school children in the State mandated grades for vision, hearing, growth and development, and scoliosis with referrals for follow-up as needed. Immigration, college and pre-employment physicals are also available.
Our Healthy Start and Women, Infant and Children (WIC) programs address needs of women who are pregnant or breastfeeding, as well as their infants and young children, with the goal of reducing risks of poor maternal or child health outcomes. Both programs strive to ensure early care is directed to individuals and families to prevent or minimize adverse outcomes. Family health is further promoted and strengthened by programs offered in collaboration with our community partners.
Other Community Resources
Collier 2-1-1 or dial 211 to find health and human services in our community.
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