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Cleveland County Health Department


Norman Location
250 12th Ave. N.E. • Norman      Phone (405) 321.4048
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Moore Location
424 S Eastern • Moore       Phone (405) 794.1591 
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Interprete en Espanol estan disponibles para todos los servicios. Si necesita interprete por favor de contactar 

(405) 321-4048 or (405) 794-1591.

REMINDER – Children are NOT allowed in the exam room during Family Planning or STD visits.  If you bring children to your appointment or walk-in visit for these services you will be asked to reschedule.

Recuerde que los niños no están permitidos en la sala de examen durante su cita de planificación familiar o std visitas. si usted trae a los niños a su cita o  visita para estos Sevicios se le pedirá que reprogramar


Mon-Thur  8am-5pm  Check in by 4pm

Friday 8am-Noon  Check in by 11am







Flu Shots

Flu vaccine will be available for anyone who wants to be protected from influenza. The shot is recommended for everyone 6 months of age and older.



Child & Adult

Vaccination schedules, FAQs, and other information are also available. For more information on school immunizations click here.


Pregnancy Test

Head Lice Check

Emergency Contraception

Birth Control

Pick-up or evaluation

Mon-Thurs 8am-3:30pm Fridays 8am-11am


STD Testing

Testing and treatment for chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, and HIV

Mon-Thurs 8am-3:30pm


TB Skin Tests 

(Must Meet Criteria)

Mon-Tues 8am-4:00pm

TB Follow-up


8am-3:30 PM

Friday 8am-11 AM



Family Planning Services 

Annual Exam

Problem Follow-Up


Certification, Re-Certification, Individual Nutrition Education Class


Dental Services

 (Norman Only) 

Diagnosis of dental problems, preventive services such as fluoride treatment and dental sealant, routine fillings and restoration of decayed teeth, some simple extractions


Works with families of children birth-three years who have disabilities and developmental delays


Children First

Nurses help families have a healthy pregnancy, understand child’s growth and development, and learn skills needed to be a confident parent.


Child Guidance

Behavioral Health, Child Development, Speech-Language Pathology, and Audiology for children through 12 years of age


Car Seat Checks


Food Handler Class








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