County Health Dept. Site in Berkeley Stays Close
Will Stay Closed at least for This Week
Public health services normally offered at the Saint Louis County Department of Health’s main facility in Berkeley will continue to be temporarily offered at alternate locations this week because of repair work being done there following a water line break on Feb. 8
“I’m happy to report that the repair work is well underway at our Health Campus,” said Dr. Dolores J. Gunn, director of the department, “but it isn’t finished yet, so we’re going to continue providing our services at alternate locations for the time being. We hope to have a better idea later this week of when our Health Campus will be able to reopen.”
All vital record services (birth and death certificates), dental services, medical services, and W.I.C. services normally provided at the facility in Berkeley have been temporarily relocated to the North Central Community Health Center at 4000 Jennings Station Road in Pine Lawn. All patients with appointments are being contacted by department staff about the location change.
In addition to the North Central Community Health Center, those needing W.I.C. services can also use one of the department’s three other W.I.C. sites:
244 Mayfair Plaza
21 Village Square
As additional information becomes available, the department will continue to provide updates. Residents needing more information about the water line break and its effect on services can call the department at (314) 615-0600
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