241 Atwood Street, Suite 105      Corydon, Indiana  47112     Phone  (812) 738-3237, option 1     ** Note new Fax  (812) 738-8782**     Monday & Wednesday, 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM.  Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM


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Measles is a highly contagious virus affecting the lungs and respiratory system.  


Before the measles vaccination program began in the US in 1963, 3 to 4 million people a year got measles.  Of these, 300 to 400 died.  


Since then, widespread use of measles vaccine has led to a 99% reduction in the disease compared to the pre-vaccination era.  Measles is still common in other countries, and unvaccinated people contract it when abroad and spread it to others when they get home to the US.  


In the first four months of 2019, nearly 630 cases of measles have been reported in the US in 22 different states, including Indiana.  Most of these cases are from people traveling abroad.  Be sure you and your family are vaccinated against measles. 


Visit our NEW measles webpage to learn more.

Measles rash


FREE LEAD SCREENING NOW OFFERED for all children over 6 months of age


High lead levels can cause many serious health problems in children, including damage to the brain, liver, kidneys and reproductive system.  


Keep your child safe -- have a FREE lead screening done!


**Click HERE to visit our lead information page**


For more information, visit the CDC's Lead page and Indiana's Lead and Healthy Homes page




Are you worried about falling?  Visit our Stepping On webpage for information about an upcoming 7-week session of classes to help you regain your strength, balance and confidence.


The Nursing Division can now bill most health insurances for these vaccines:








Hepatitis A


Hepatitis B



Tdap / TD


High dose flu shots (for those over 65 years of age)




Childhood Immunizations

Some of the duties of the nursing department:  

In addition to free shots for babies, children and adolescents, the nurses offer free blood pressure screenings at local senior citizen centers, perform vision and scoliosis screenings at county schools, perform free head checks for lice, and do lead screenings in conjunction with the State Department of Health.  They also offer adult immunizations (unfortunately, these are not free.  See the chart below for pricing).  Seasonally they offer flu shot clinics, sometimes in conjunction with the Harrison County Hospital.  Often at the start of the school year they will offer shot clinics at the schools.    




Alyssa Janes, RN, BSN, is the Public Health Nursing Administrator as of September, 2019.  Previously she worked in dialysis for one year, and was at the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, MI on the hematology/oncology unit for two years.  Alyssa has pediatric experience in school nursing as well.  She graduated from Spalding University in 2016. 


Alyssa can be reached at 812-738-3237, extension 1019. 


Theresa Buechele, CMA, is the nursing clerk / scheduler.  She started at the health department at the end of June, 2010.  She has worked in the medical profession since 1984.  Past employment includes two years at the Main Street Medical Ministry in New Middletown.  For twelve years before that she worked as Clinical Manager for Dr. John Farmer in Louisville.  Theresa is the head of the lead testing service, she schedules appointments, enters immunization information in the State's CHIRP database, and orders and inventories vaccines and serums, give immunizations and TB tests.  


Theresa can be reached at 812-738-3237, extension 1017.   



Anna Jones, RN, came to the health department in September, 2016.  For two years prior, she was a nurse at the Harrison County After Hours Care Clinic.


Anna can be reached at 812-738-3237, extension 1020.


Janice Kennedy, RN, BSN, is our Home Health Nurse, and came to the Health Department in August, 2021.  She has 30+ years of nursing experience, including several years in Emergency, Rehab, and Oncology Nursing, as well as 10 years in nursing management roles.   


Anna can be reached at 812-738-3237, Option 1.

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Childhood Immunizations

The Health Department provides immunizations at NO COST for children who are on Medicaid, who are uninsured, underinsured, or an American Indian/Alaskan native.  We can also bill most insurance companies for childhood immunizations.  We administer vaccines for children (birth through 18 years) by appointment, Monday and Wednesday, 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM, and Tuesday and Thursday, 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM.  Call 812-738-3237, Option 1, to make an appointment.  Office hours are Monday and Wednesday, 9:00 AM  to 5:30 PM, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, thru Friday, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM.  


Any shot received at the health department is recorded in the Children & Hoosiers Immunization Registry Program (CHIRP).  Doctor's offices have access to CHIRP, and so do all Indiana county health departments.  Any immunization received at any Indiana county health department is on the CHIRP database, which is accessible to qualified personnel from the internet at any time.      


NOTE:  To bring a child for immunizations, you must be their parent or legal guardian.  If you are not (if you are a step-parent, grandparent, babysitter, or other relative), you MUST bring a note signed by the parent or guardian stating that it is okay for you to bring the child for their immunizations.  

Also bring an updated copy of the child's shot record and an insurance card for those who are insured.


(ages 0-6 yrs., 7-18 yrs., and catch-up doses)

Immunization Scheduler


This handy tool creates an immunization schedule for your child based on his/her birth date.  

Information from the CDC about immunizations




Adult Immunizations for Travelers or College Students  

        Most vaccines are available at NO COST for uninsured or under-insured adults through our 317 Program.  Call (812) 738-3237, option 1, to make your appointment today.  



Influenza (flu shot)

MMR - Measles / Mumps / Rubella

Hepatitis A vaccine

Hepatitis B vaccine

TD (tetanus)

Twinrix - Hepatitis A & B (together)

Shingles vaccine (Shingarix)

Tdap for Travelers - Tetanus / Diptheria / Pertussis

for ages 18 to 64 years



Tuberculosis Testing, surveillance, education, and medication.  TB tests are required by many companies as a condition of employment.  The Health Department offers the Mantoux TB skin test by appointment for $8.00.  You must return two or three days after receiving the test to have it read and the results recorded.  Call 812-738-3237, Option 1, to make an appointment. 

Whooping cough (pertussis) is on the rise in Indiana!  Pertussis is a bacterial illness transmitted by nose or throat droplets.  Infants can experience serious illness with poor feeding, weight loss, slowed or stopped breathing, pneumonia, seizures or death.



Practice good cough etiquette and good hand washing practices.

Anyone caring for young children should make sure they are fully immunized against pertussis to prevent spreading this potentially life-threatening illness.

CALL 812-738-3237, Option 1, to make an appointment for your pertussis vaccine!


Visit the CDC for more information


Get rid of unwanted medications


Drop off your expired, unused or unwanted medications any time.


Medications that remain in home medicine cabinets are highly susceptible to misuse and abuse.  Clean out your medicine cabinet today!


Public drop boxes for unwanted medications are located: 

  • in the lobby of the Harrison County Sheriff's office, 1445 Gardner Lane NW, Corydon 

  • at the Milltown Police Department, 212-B Hancock Street, Milltown

Law Enforcement is partnered with the Harrison County Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition

Immunization clinics are offered at your site.  Our nurses will come vaccinate your staff, students, etc.  Call 812-738-3237, Option 1 for more information. 

Senior Citizen Screenings for blood pressure are offered at various Senior Citizen sites throughout the county.  Call our office, 812-738-3237, Option 1, for dates and times.

Lead Screening   Babies put so many things directly in their mouths, and some things may not be too safe.  High lead levels can cause damage to their brain, kidneys, liver, and reproductive organs, among others.  

Have your child screened for lead.  The test is FREE!  Call our office at 812-738-3237, Option 1, to make an appointment.  


Information regarding lead abatement and treatment is also available.


CPR Training is available through the American Heart Association.  Classes can be held at the health department or we can come to your site. 

Contact us at 812-738-3237, Option 1, for more information or to schedule it.