Health Department Services
"Services across the lifespan"
We offer services equally to men, women, and children. Our staff is very knowledgeable and will be glad to assist you in finding services that suit your needs.�
Immunizations are offered to children and adults.
Well Child Clinic
(Birth-21yrs) Preventative health evaluation and treatment
WIC (Women, Infant, and Children)
Nutrition program designed to improve health of pregnant and breastfeeding women as well as infant and children up to age 5 WIC provides special food vouchers for those who meet established guidelines.
Sooner Start (Early Intervention Program)
Home-based services to eligible children (birth-36months old) with special developmental delays to help families meet the special needs of the infants and toddlers providing parent education, speech, occupational and physical therapy, nutrition and nursing consultation.
Speech/ Language/ Hearing
(Birth-5years old) The program is designed to identify speech, language, and hearing concerns and help parents and caregivers learn ways to stimulate their child’s speech language development. Screening, consultation, evaluation, referral, and parent education groups are available.
(All ages) Provides support and guidance for emotional issues addressing problems such as lack of food, clothing, housing, and transportation. Also assists with concerns such as family planning, prenatal care, adolescence, and parenthood. Provides referrals for other services both inside and outside the health Department at no fee.
Clinic provides annual exams for women of childbearing age. Pregnancy testing, birth control education, preconception counseling is offered along with a variety of birth control methods including abstinence and information on planning family size and infertility.
Clinic provides annual health exams for adults of all ages both male and female. Services included are: Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening and treatment referral, Prostate Education, Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD’s) testing, along with screening and monitoring of the following chronic diseases; Cholesterol, High Blood Pressure, Diabetes.
Program provides inspections of restaurants, schools and swimming pools for compliance with health regulations. Local health inspectors issue permits to operate these facilities once they meet all requirements of the OSDH rules and regulations, and then educates the managers and workers to help them operate safely. Continuing education on consumer health and safety is offered at scheduled times. This program also addresses public complaints of dog bites for Creek County.
Health education in the community
All information is general in nature and is not intended to be used as a substitute for appropriate professional advice. For more information please call 918-224-5531. Mailing address: ATTN: Services, Creek County Health Department, 1808 S. Hickory, Sapulpa, OK 74066. Because of confidentiality concerns, questions regarding specific client health issues cannot be responded to by e-mail.