Stoddard County Public Health Center

Stoddard County Public Health Center This is the new OFFICIAL page for the Stoddard County Public Health Center in Bloomfield, MO. Our old page is not representative of our organization.


Mission: Stoddard County Public Health Center, striving to empower individuals and families, will protect the health and promote wellness by assessing and strengthening the public healthcare system through the coordination and delivery of services, education, and resources.

Operating as usual

We are happy to announce that we will be having another free, drive-thru COVID-19 testing clinic on November 13th, from ...
COVID-19 Testing Registration

We are happy to announce that we will be having another free, drive-thru COVID-19 testing clinic on November 13th, from 11a-5p at the Lighthouse Church in Dexter, MO. You can register by going online to or by calling 1.877.435.8411. This testing is being done by the MO Department of Health and Senior Services and the MO National Guard. Testing is free to all Missouri residents, but you will not be tested unless you pre-register.

Community testing events serve the residents of Missouri. DHSS is partnering with the Missouri National Guard and local health department to offer these events, and different communities will be reached at different times. If you do not see any community testing events in your area, you can continue...


We have had a number of Positive Covid-19 cases develop among staff here inside the Stoddard County Public Health Center over the last few days. For precautionary reasons, we will be operating on a very limited staff, however, all Covid-19 Tracing responsibilities will continue to be fulfilled. We will be rescheduling all service that we are able to reschedule. If you have an immediate need of service, please call the Health Center, and we will do everything we can to help you as soon as possible. We hope to be back to full operating order by sometime late next week. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause you.


It is with heavy hearts that we share recently received news of another death in Stoddard County related to the Coronavirus. This Stoddard County resident passed yesterday, October 19th. This loss is our County's 19th related to the COVID-19 virus.

We cannot express, how important it is, that all residents of Stoddard County do everything they can to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. As we are learning, this virus does not affect everyone in the same manner, but regardless of who is infected, they can still transfer and spread the virus. You may not show symptoms, and you may not be affected, but if you are positive, you can spread this virus, and it may be a susceptible family member or loved one you could be spreading it to.

So please, practice the few, simple, safety measures we have been preaching since the beginning of this pandemic. Please wear a mask when around others, please maintain a distance of 6' away from others and please practice hand washing and sanitizing as often as possible. These simple measures will go a long way in preventing the spread of the COVID-19 virus.


Please know that we are receiving a large number of positive COVID-19 cases among people who attended the Women’s Abide Conference at the Assembly Church in Bloomfield, Missouri. The conference took place on the evening of October 2 and the afternoon of October 3. We are attempting to make contact with everyone who has been listed as a close contact, however if you were in attendance of this conference and have not heard from the Health Department, you should also consider you may have been exposed to the virus. Our recommendations are that you closely monitor your health, and if you begin to experience any symptoms related to COVID-19, please immediately contact your physician and let them know of your situation and your possible exposure. This virus is stil very present here in Stoddard County and is still affecting the lives of many of our residents. Please do your best to protect yourself and your loved ones at all times. Hand washing, Social Distancing and wearing a mask go along way in preventing the spread of COVID-19. Please, Be Safe and Be Smart.



1001 North Highway 25, PO Box 277
Bloomfield, MO

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 16:30
Tuesday 08:00 - 16:30
Wednesday 08:00 - 16:30
Thursday 08:00 - 16:30
Friday 08:00 - 16:30


(573) 568-4593


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