Frequently Asked Questions

What type of services do you offer?

View the Randolph County Public Health Programs and Services page

Do I need an appointment?

Starting November 1, 2013 all health department clinic services will be by appointment. This should help you get faster service. Please call the following numbers to make an appointment:

  • Family Planning 318-6882
  • Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Program
  • (BCCCP) 318-6882
  • Pregnancy Test 318-6200
  • Immunizations 318-6200
  • STD/HIV Testing 318-6200
  • TB Test/Screening 318-6200
  • Labwork 318-6200

What should I bring with me?

Please bring the following to all appointments:

  • Proof of most recent income information
  • Insurance, Medicaid, Medicare card(s)
  • Identification
  • Proof of your current address (bank statement, utility bill, etc.)

When are the Rabies Clinics?

The last Tuesday of March, June and September, and the second Tuesday in December (every year).

What Vets participate in the Rabies Clinic?

Visit the Rabies Clinic page for details.

Who do I contact regarding Health Fairs?

The Health Education Section: 336-318-6196 or 336-318-6198

How do I find out a Restaurant's Health Score?

Check our Restaurant Ratings page

Where can I get Statistical Information?

Visit the North Carolina State Center for Health Statistics Website