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Randolph County Health Department
1319 E Hwy 24, Suite A, Moberly, MO 65270

660-263-6643
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The Building Communities for Better Health Coalition would like to wish you a Happy Halloween with a healthy cookie recipe! Try out these delicious pumpkin cookies for when you are craving something sweet, but want to balance out all the candy you've been eating! ... See MoreSee Less

The Building Communities for Better Health Coalition would like to wish you a Happy Halloween with a healthy cookie recipe! Try out these delicious pumpkin cookies for when you are craving something sweet, but want to balance out all the candy youve been eating!

27 new cases. 16 released from isolation. 15 of the active cases are currently in the hospital.

19 of the cases are associated with outbreaks at two separate congregate living facilities.

None of the new cases are associated with the Moberly Correctional Center
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27 new cases. 16 released from isolation. 15 of the active cases are currently in the hospital. 

19 of the cases are associated with outbreaks at two separate congregate living facilities. 

None of the new cases are associated with the Moberly Correctional Center

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Are those hospitalized counted in the active cases? The way you count your numbers are very misleading

Praying for grandma and grandpa. 😢

Do a better job don’t send people home to die

Thanks RCHD for all the difficult and thankless work you do

Today is World Stroke Day. The acronym F.A.S.T. (Facial drooping, Arm weakness, Speech difficulties and Time) has been used to educate the public on detecting symptoms of a stroke. ... See MoreSee Less

Today is World Stroke Day. The acronym F.A.S.T. (Facial drooping, Arm weakness, Speech difficulties and Time) has been used to educate the public on detecting symptoms of a stroke.

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I want to point out that these are not the only symptoms of stroke and women have different symptoms than men. Some more symptoms can be tongue not sticking out straight, loss of balance (this can happen when the stroke is in the back of the brain instead of the sides), numbness of fingers or toes, severe headache in one spot, blacking out, vision being off (kaleidoscope eyes is what I call it cause the world looks like you are viewing it through a kaleidoscope), dizziness, and a feeling of vertigo.

Elections are next week. Follow these steps to protect your health while exercising your right to vote! ... See MoreSee Less

Elections are next week. Follow these steps to protect your health while exercising your right to vote!

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And could you tell the county clerk to make sure the workers are masked....for their safety as well as the voters?

When are non-peak times?

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Putting Care In healthcare

What our patients say

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It was Friday afternoon when my son was sick and the weekend was just around the corner.  I had never visited the  Randolph County Walk-In Clinic for anything other than immunizations, but was pleasantly surprised to find out they offered so much more! Thanks so much, ladies!

Michelle

Classes We Offer

Breastfeeding Support

An Internationally Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) is available for consultation and trained peer counselors are on staff for added guidance and support.  Peer Counselors can be reached on our warm lin ..

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CPR/First Aid

CPR/First Aid Classes

  • Pediatric Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED (5pm-9pm)*
    • Tuesday, October 13th, 2020-Masks are required. We are practicing social distancing and requiring reserva ..

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Food Handlers/Food Managers

Food Managers' Class

Class Location: Randolph County Health Department Conference Room You must register to attend these classes at least 3 weeks prior to the class. Paym ..

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How to quit smoking

Quit Smoking

Support to Quit Smoking

Our Smoking Cessation classes are currently on hold. Please call 660-263-6643 for more information. ..

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