District 5 - Southwest
Tillman County Health Department
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"Creating a State of Health"
This site has been designed to educate and advise citizens on health issues, along with promoting the health of your family and the community.
To protect and promote health of the citizens of Tillman County to prevent disease and injury, and to assure the conditions by which our citizens can be healthy.
Improve health status of Tillman County by providing services, identifying, and responding to health threats, providing timely and accurate information, enforcing laws that protect health and providing quality services to prevent and control disease.
Serving the community through advanced technology.
Our goals in serving our community:
- Being Prepared
Whether or not you utilize the services provided by Tillman County Health Department we provide protection to our community through local inspections of restaurants, along with giving infant immunizations and investigating disease outbreaks. We are committed to providing information and services to the community of Tillman County.
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic and for the safety of our staff and clients the following measures have been enacted:
- No group classes are being held at this time.
- WIC services are being provided over the phone (580-335-2163).
- All staff and clients are being screened when entering the building as follows:
- Taking a forehead temperature
- Asking 3 questions:
- Have you had a fever?
- Have you had a cough?
- Have you had shortness of breath?
For general questions regarding Coronavirus call 877-215-8336.
For TCHD specific questions regarding Coronavirus call 580-335-2163.
Please click on the COVID-19 tab on the left for the latest information and COVID-19 resources (includes reopening guidance).
Food Programs and Shelters
Your County Health Department is working with the local community to identify the acquisition of services for food programs and shelters in response to COVID-19. If you have not been contacted and would like to share what your group or organization is doing to meet these needs and any corresponding requirements or barriers, we would love to hear from you. Please contact the POC provided for each county.
Beckham - Arielle Howard (580) 225-1173
Caddo - Kayla McLaughlin (580) 585-6720
Comanche - Melanie Curry or Debra Johnson (580) 248-5890
Cotton - Julie Williams (580) 875-6121
Greer - Arielle Howard (580) 225-1173
Harmon - Karen Testerman (580) 471-2250
Jackson - Rosalyn Hall or Victoria Cleveland (580) 482-7308
Kiowa - Rebecca Villa-Winsett (580) 726-3316
Tillman - April Collom (580) 335-2163
Washita- Rebecca Villa-Winsett (580) 726-3316
The Oklahoma State Department of Health is pleased to introduce the faces of those who work every day to improve the health of Oklahomans. This campaign spotlights the multiple services and aspects of public health to illustrate the work being done both at the central office location in Oklahoma City, and at county health department sites across the state. These dedicated employees work diligently in their individual positions to contribute to the greater cause of public health and safety in Oklahoma. This campaign is designed to show exactly how public health touches the lives of every Oklahoman. For more information
Congratulations to Staff from District 5 - Southwest, Brandie Combs Regional Director
Local Emergency Response Coordinator (LERC)
29 years of service
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Administrative Programs Officer, Accreditation & Quality Improvement
3.5 years of service
Click for more on Debbie