Taney County Health Department Temporarily Closes Forsyth Office, Alters Other Procedures Due to Virus

Press Release

As the news regarding 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to change rapidly, the Taney County Health Department is also changing some of their normal operating procedures. “Over the course of the last few weeks, we have been specifically reaching out to our community and businesses to share prevention tips to slow the transmission rates.” stated Lisa Marshall, Director of the Taney County Health Department. “It is now time that we take our own recommendations to ensure the health and safety of our staff and clientele.”

Following many lengthy discussions within the leadership team, the Taney County Health Department will move forward with these items:

• Temperature checks of staff, clientele and all visitors entering the building

• The Forsyth office will be temporarily closed our phone options have changed as well. If you have a question regarding COVID-19, press 8. This will take you to other options specific to COVID-19. 1 is for medical questions, 2 is for disinfection information, 3 is for other questions regarding COVID-19.

If you do have a scheduled appointment, please call our office to confirm that your services will be available.

This is a fluid situation and is constantly changing, your patience and understanding is appreciated. For more information call: 417-334-4544 or 417-546-4725, check out our website: http://www.taneycohealth.org or like us on Facebook

Click below for interview with Kara Miller on “At Your Service” with Scott McCaulley about operating changes at the Taney County Health Department.

 

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