Public Health

What We Do

Linn County Public Health (LCPH) serves Linn County's 225,000+ residents through its numerous programs and services to keep the community healthy. These programs help protect the air we breathe, the food we eat, the water we drink, the homes we live in, as well as develop community partnerships.

Notice to Visitors

Masks are not currently required in the Linn County Public Health Clinic and may be worn, based on personal preference, in the rest of the building.

Linn County Public Health is a 100% tobacco-free campus. Please do not use tobacco products while on Linn County Public Health property (including the grounds).

Linn County Public Health parking lots are idle-free zones. Visitors are encouraged to turn off their vehicles once the vehicles are parked. (In cases of extreme hot or cold conditions or in other circumstances, idling is permitted).

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  1. Linn County Public Health Provides STOP THE BLEED® Kits for Area Schools

    Thanks to funding provided by the Iowa Department of Health and Human Services through a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) grant, Linn County Public Health is able to provide STOP THE BLEED® kits to area schools. Read on...
  2. Linn County Public Health, Linn County Emergency Management Agency Welcome AmeriCorps Members

    Linn County Public Health and Linn County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) are excited to bring on five AmeriCorps members helping with various projects. Read on...
  3. Respiratory Illness Season is Here - It's Not Too Late to Take Action

    Respiratory illnesses are here in Linn County. People are getting sick with COVID-19, influenza, and other viruses. It's not too late to prevent severe illnesses and hospitalization from respiratory illnesses. In fact, now is the time to do so. Read on...
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