Main Number: 410-996-5550

 

Communicable Disease Programs

Outbreak Investigation

To report communicable diseases, potential outbreaks and other conditions to the Cecil County Health Department call 410-996-5100.

What is the Communicable Disease and Outbreak Investigation Program?

The Communicable Disease and Outbreak Investigation Program investigates reports from laboratories, physicians and hospitals of possible communicable disease or outbreaks.

Where do I call with questions regarding the program?

410-996-5100

Tuberculosis (PPD)

What is Tuberculosis (PPD) Testing?

Tuberculosis screening and chest clinic follow-up if needed.

Questions and Answers About TB

Tuberculosis Fact Sheet

Where do I call with questions about Tuberculosis screening and Chest Clinic?

410-996-5100

Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Transmitted Infections Program?

The Testing, Treatment and Counseling for Sexually Transmitted Infections Program provides examination, treatment and counseling by a nurse practitioner.

Fact Sheets
 
AIDS & HIV  Hepatitis A
Chlamydia  Hepatitis B
Gonorrhea  Hepatitis C

Who is eligible?

STD testing - Free if you are a Maryland resident who is under the age 21.

HIV testing - Free to all ages. Walk in services are available. Please call for exact dates and times.

Where do I call with questions regarding the program?

410-996-5100

AIDS & HIV

What is the HIV Counseling, Testing and Case Management and Advocacy Program?

Anonymous and Confidential Counseling and Testing - Cecil County Health Department is an anonymous test site. This means you do not have to give your name when you call about testing or when you come in for testing. Walk in services are available but an appointment is recommended. Call for information, including exact dates and times. There is no fee for this service.

Case Management - HIV case management is a service that helps HIV positive clients learn about and connect with available resources for their medical and social needs. Client confidentiality is maintained and all services are voluntary.

Advocacy - Clients who belong to a Managed Care Organization (MCO) will be referred to them for case management. If the client desires, the Health Department will then act as the client advocate. http://www.cdc.gov/hiv/pubs/brochure/atrisk.htm

Where do I call with questions regarding the program?

410-996-5100

AIDS & HIV Fact Sheet

Adult Immunizations

What is the Adult Immunizations Program?

Immunizations are provided on Wednesdays and Thursdays 8-11 a.m. and 1-3:30 p.m., walk-in service.

Adult Vaccination Schedule by Vaccination and Age Group

Who is eligible?

Service is available to everyone.

Where do I call with questions regarding the program?

410-996-5100

The Cecil County Health Department is not able to provide travel vaccinations.

Travel vaccinations are available at the following locations:

Call for an appointment

  • Passport Health in Bel Air, MD 410-727-0556
  • Passport Health in DE 302-633-5782
    • 620 Stanton-Christiana Rd. Newark DE.
    • 2002 Foulk Rd. Wilmington, DE
  • Passport Health in PA 302-633-5782
    • West Chestnut St. West Chester, PA
  • Dr. Park, Elkton, MD-410-398-2700
  • John Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD-410-955-8931
  • Wilmington Hospital, Wilmington, DE-302-428-4250

Childhood Immunization

What is the Child Immunizations Program?

Immunizations are provided on Wednesdays and Thursdays 8-11 a.m. and 1-3:30 p.m., walk-in service.

Who is eligible?

Service is available to everyone.

Where do I call with questions regarding the program?

410-996-5100

Current Immunization Requirements for Schools and Child Care Programs