FACILITY HOURS

502 Shaw Avenue
Paris, IL 61944

Monday – Friday 8:00 – 4:00

PH: 217-465-2212
FAX: 217-465-1121

COVID-19 Hotlines: 

217-294-2838

217-294-2728

NURSING HOURS

Mondays 8am – 7pm
Tuesdays – Fridays 8am – 3:15 pm
Excluding Legal Holidays

DENTAL HOURS

We will be closed for the summer as we search for a new dentist.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

To Find A Network Dental Provider, Visit The Online Provider Directory.

Illinois Medicaid, All Kids, Meridian, Aetna, Blue Cross Community Plans

Molina Plan

ECPHD News

Bivalent Booster

What is the bivalent booster? Bivalent is now the only recommended booster vaccine for COVID-19. The updated boosters add Omicron BA.4 and BA.5 spike protein components to the current vaccine composition, helping to restore protection that has waned since previous vaccination by targeting variants that are more transmissible and immune-evading. 

ECPHD is now offering the Moderna Bivalent Booster. Walk-ins are welcome but call 217-294-2838 or 217-294-2728 to ensure a nurse is available. 

Suicide Prevention

Be aware of the warning signs of suicide for yourself or others. Remember they can’t rescue you if they don’t know you need it. Ask for help to fight another day. You got this!

Mental Health Counseling at HRC 217-464-4118

Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-8255

For more information click here

Monkey Pox

  • There are no known cases of Monkeypox reported in Edgar County at this time.
  • Monkeypox is a rare, but potentially serious, viral illness which belongs to the same family as the smallpox virus, Orthopoxvirus. 
  • Transmission occurs through exposure to respiratory droplets and by contact with infected skin lesions or contaminated materials. 
  • The incubation period is usually 7-14 days but can range from 5-21 days. 
  • Monkeypox illness begins with fever, headache, muscle aches, backache, swollen lymph nodes, chills, and/or exhaustion. Within 1 to 3 days (sometimes longer) after the appearance of fever, the patient develops a rash often beginning on the face and then spreading to other parts of the body. 
  • The illness typically lasts 2-4 weeks. 
  • There are a number of measures that you can take to prevent infection with the Monkeypox virus. 
  • Call your primary healthcare provider if you develop symptoms for guidance. 
  • Wash your hands and clean and disinfect bedding, fabrics, and other items that may be contaminated. 

Back to School Vaccinations

It’s almost time for school! From child care through college, vaccines help protect children.

We offer Back to School shots for all kids! Call us at 217-465-2212 to make an appointment! Vaccines save lives and protect against serious disease.

Watch the video clip below about the importance of vaccinations!