Caswell County Health Department
Caswell County Health Department

Preventing Disease.  Promoting Health.

Protecting the Environment

COVID-19 Vaccination Information

On September 11, 2023, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, took action approving and authorizing for emergency use updated COVID-19 vaccines formulated to include a monovalent (single) component that corresponds to the Omicron variant XBB.1.5. Today’s actions relate to updated mRNA vaccines only for 2023-2024 manufactured by Moderna and Pfizer. The FDA has not taken action on an updated COVID vaccine from Novavax at this time.  ACIP is scheduled to meet on September 13, 2023, to approve the updated COVID-19 vaccines. 


We do have the new vaccines in stock.  Please contact us for more information or to schedule your appointment. Please call 336-694-4129. 


This form must be completed by individuals receiving 1st doses, 2nd doses or Boosters.
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This form must be completed by individuals receiving 1st doses, 2nd doses or Boosters.
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Homebound Vaccination Program:  Caswell County Health Department is working in partnership with Community Paramedic Program to offer vaccine to homebound residents of Caswell County.  For more information contact Angela Childers at

Health Department Services

The Health Department Clinic operates Monday through Friday, 8:00 - 5:00, and offers primary care to patients aged 0 and up.  Family planning, maternal health, and sexually transmitted infections services are also offered.  A variety of insurances are accepted, and a sliding fee scale is available. Call 336-694-4129 for appointments.


The Care Management unit offers care management for at-risk children under the age of 5 and high-risk pregnant women.  It also offers the Community Alternatives Program (CAP) that offers case management and support to medically fragile adults and children, allowing them to stay in their homes rather than a long-term care facility. 


Environmental Health helps protect the public from environmental hazards by monitoring water quality and waste disposal, as well as maintaining sanitary standards by inspecting restaurants and other public facilities.


WIC offers nutritional support for pregnant women and children up to the age of 5.


Nondiscrimination Statement

Clients are not denied services based on race, color, sex, religion, national orgin, age, disability, sexual orientation, genetic information or reprisal.

Have you received care through the Caswell County Health Department's clinic, WIC, or Environmental Health services? Tell us how we did!


Caswell County Health Department Clinic


Caswell County Health Department WIC


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Are you a new patient and want to complete new patient forms before your appointment?  Please bring your completed forms with you to your appointment.

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Caswell County

Health Department
189 County Park Rd
PO Box 1238
Yanceyville, NC 27379

Personal Health

  Phone:   (336) 694-4129
  Fax:       (336) 694-7030



  Phone:   (336) 694-7141

  Fax:       (336) 694-7030


Environmental Health

  Phone:   (336) 694-9731
  Fax:       (336) 694-5547


Caswell County Public Health utilizes a call service for after hours calls.  Please call the main number (336-694-4129) and leave a message.  Your call will be returned by the appropriate staff member.


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