- Health Ed.
- Environmental Lab
- First Responder
The clinic at the Marshall County Health Department offers many services
to the citizens of Marshall County including the following:
• Immunizations (childhood, adult and travel)
• Family Planning (contraception and abstinence)
• Female Health Exams by ARNPs
• Nutrition Counseling
• Well Child Exams
• Cancer Screening
• Breastfeeding Support
Benton Center Hours:
Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM,
Fourth Tuesday of Each Month 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
What is the Kentucky WIC Program?
If you are pregnant, recently had a baby, are breastfeeding, or have a child younger than 5 years of age, the Special Nutrition Program for Women Infants and Children (WIC) could help you.
The WIC Program is a short-term intervention program designed to influence lifetime nutrition and health behavior in high risk populations.
WIC provides nutrition education and services; breastfeeding promotion and education; a monthly food prescription of nutritious foods; and access to maternal, prenatal and pediatric health care services.
WIC improves birth outcomes while also providing savings in health care costs. It also improves diet and immunization rates among infants. It provides a regular source of medical care and improves cognitive development and preconception nutritional status. WIC also reduces fetal deaths and infant mortality/low birth rates. For more information on being placed on the WIC program call 270-527-1496!
Contact our Clinics!
Marshall County Health Department
Main Office/Clinic Benton
267 Slickback Road
P.O. Box 607
Benton, KY 42025
Marshall County Health Department provides 4 RN's and 1 clerical staff person within the Marshall Co. School System. Currently, there are 3 school health clinics operating daily in 3 of our elementary schools. These clinics offer services such as well child physicals, immunizations, diabetic care, medication administration, acute illness assessment, and routine first aide care.
Preschool, Kg, 6th grade and transfer physicals are offered to ready students for school entry. Health education such as puberty classes, healthy habits and hygiene, Team Ultra, and various other health issues/programs are offered through our staff.
With assistance from other health department providers, our goal is to promote preventative health lifestyles for the healthy futures of Marshall County's children. "Every Kid Needs a School Nurse!"
Calvert Elem. School Clinic-(270)395-4492
Jonathan Elem. School Clinic-(270)354-5263
South Elem. School Clinic-(270)527-3003
School Health Team Leader-(270)703-7244