Children’s Services

Well Child Examination

Children of all ages need complete health check-ups on a regular basis to promote better health for their future. With scheduled check-ups, minor health problems in children can be caught before they become serious. Physical, mental or developmental problems can also be found and treated early. Immunizations can be given at routine check-ups to prevent childhood diseases such as chickenpox, mumps, or measles.

Areas of health care that are checked during exams are:

Medical history and physical exam

Hearing (If requested by the school)

Immunization status

Age appropriate health education for parents

Lab testing including blood lead level

Substance abuse

Dental varnish application and required kindergarten oral examinations

Children should get health check-ups regularly at the recommend screening intervals. School physicals are required prior to school entry, which includes Head Start, Preschool, Kindergarten (if one was not done prior to Head Start or Preschool) and prior to entry into the sixth (6th) Grade. School physical and well child exams are available at the Mercer County Health Department.

Kentucky Children's Health Insurance Program (KCHIP)

Kentucky Health Access Nurturing Development Services (HANDS)

Women, Infants and Children (WIC), Kentucky.gov

Immunization schedule

Safe Sleep Kentucky

WIC income guidelines

WIC Non-discrimination Clause

Due to massive, unexpected renovations we will be relocating our office for 3 to 6 months.
New address: 470 Linden Avenue, Suite 5 Harrodsburg, KY 40330
Closed for moving dates:
September 1 - 2 – Moving
     September 5 – Closed for Labor Day
          September 6 - 9 – Moving
Due to massive, unexpected renovations we will be relocating our office for 3 to 6 months.
New Address: 470 Linden Avenue, Suite 5 Harrodsburg, KY 40330
Closed for moving dates:
September 1 - 2 – Moving
September 5 – Closed for Labor Day
September 6 - 9 – Moving
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