Nursing Mission Statement

The vision of the nursing division of the health department is healthy people living in a healthy community. Our mission is to promote good physical and mental health as well as educating Johnson County residents on prevention of disease, injury, and disability.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do we give immunizations?

We offer immunizations for both children and adults. Children must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.  Please call 317-346-4368 for an appointment.

How much do children’s immunizations cost?

The cost of immunizations depends upon insurance eligibility.  Please call the nursing division for pricing.  (All children 0-18 years of age enrolled in Medicaid will receive vaccines at no cost)

When do we give TB tests?

TB skin tests will be offered Mondays from 8:30 am to 3 pm, and must be read the following Wednesday between the hours of 8:30 am to 3 pm.  At that time, we will give documentation of the result.  The office is closed for all government holidays.  Pricing is subject to change.  Please call (317) 346-4368 for current pricing.  Please be advised that if paying by credit card, your card will be charged an additional convenience fee which will vary based on the amount charged.

Do we provide home health nursing?

No, please refer to your physician.