1405 Western Boulevard
Laurinburg, NC 28352
Fax: (910)277-2450
Website: www.hd.co.scotland.nc.us

General Clinic Services

bulletBlood Sugar Check
bulletTB Skin Test
bulletBlood Pressure Check


Monday – Friday
8:00 am – 4:30 pm
(no appointment


Tina Hunt

Phone: 277-2440

Child Health Services

bulletChild Service Coordination
bulletHealth Check
bulletHealth Choice Outreach
bulletOrthopedic Clinic


Monday – Friday
8:00 am – 4:30 pm

8:00 am – 4:30 pm (Thursday only)


Esther Taylor, RN

Phone: 277-2440

Adult Health Services/Health Promotion

bulletAdult Physical Exams
bulletCholesterol Screening
bulletBreast and Cervical Cancer Control Program
bulletWise Woman Screening



Monday: 8:00-2:30
Monday: 8:00 – 10:30

Wednesday: 8:00-4:30

Monday & Wednesday:


Barbara Mack, RN

Phone: 277-2440

WIC/Nutrition Services

bulletNutrition Education/Counseling
bulletBreastfeeding Education/Counseling


Monday – Thursday
8:00 am-4:30pm
Friday 8:00-12:00

WIC Director:

Paula Hissett, RD

Phone: 277-2440

Maternal Health:

bulletPregnancy Test
bulletPrenatal Clinic
bulletHigh Risk
bulletPostpartum Clinic
bulletMaternal Care Coordination
bulletMaternal Outreach Services


Tuesday 8-11;1-3:30
Friday 8-11
Mon. 8-4:30;Tue. 8-12; Wed. 8-4:30
(by appt.)
Friday 8-12 (by appt.)
Mon.-Fri. 8:00-4:30 (by appt.)
Mon.-Fri. 8:00-4:30 (by appt.)


Kitty Johnson, RNC

Phone: 610-1508

Women’s Health

bulletShort Term Services
bulletPhysical Exams


Tuesday 1:00-5:00
Friday 8:00-12:00
(by appointment)


Barbara Mack, RN

Phone: 610-1508

Communicable Disease:

bulletScreening Exam
bulletHIV Case Management

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 8:00am-4:30pm
Thursday 8:00-12:00


Tina Hunt, RN

Phone: 277-2440

Environmental Health:

bulletInspections (soil, water, food, and lodging)
bulletWater Testing
bulletAnimal Control


Monday – Friday
 8:00 am-5:00 pm


Teddy Locklear

Phone: 277-2492

Health Education:

bulletCommunity Outreach


Monday – Friday
8:00 am-5:00 pm


Stephanie McDonald

Phone: 277-2440

Scotland County Healthy Carolinians:

bulletSteering Committee
bulletTask Force


Monday – Friday
8:00 am-5:00 pm


Gwyn Roberson

Phone: 277-2440

General clinic provides basic disease prevention and health monitoring (screening) services.

bullet Immunizations – for preschool and school-aged children are given free in accordance with State law. Adults may also receive immunizations upon request during scheduled hours.
bulletTuberculosis Skin Test – provides tuberculin skin tests yearly upon request. Chest X-rays are given to positive skin test reactors and referrals from physicians.
bulletBlood Sugar Screening – test blood sugar for decreased or elevated levels. Irregular blood sugar levels are a risk factor for diabetes
bullet Hemoglobin Screening– test to screen for iron level in the blood.
bullet Blood Pressure Screening – check blood pressure for elevated levels which increases the risk of heart disease and stroke.

Child Health Services provides comprehensive screening and management of common problems and minor illnesses of children up to age 21. Screening is provided to allow early detection of health- related concerns. Immunizations and childcare education are provided for prevention of health related problems.

bulletChild Service Coordination – aims to help children with special needs access services and assist in identifying preventive, specialized or other support services. This program also ensures that children with special needs have maximum opportunities to reach their developmental potential.
bulletHealth Check/Health Choice – Provides children with regularly scheduled health screenings known as "Health Check Visits," hospital visits, dental care and vision/hearing screenings. The program aims to provide coverage for the children of working families who can not afford to purchase medical insurance.
bulletOrthopedic Clinic – offers one or two diagnostic visits to Scotland County residents under the age of 21 who seems to have a health problem affecting the bones, muscles, or physical growth.

Health Promotion/Adult Health Program services include physicals, pap smears, mammograms, blood pressure checks, cholesterol screenings, blood sugar screening and much more.

bulletBreast and Cervical Cancer Program – offers low-income women pap smears and mammogram screenings.
bulletWise Woman Program – offers women education and interventions to prevent cardiovascular disease.

Communicable Disease/STD/HIV aims to prevent and eliminate communicable diseases in Scotland County. Screening exams for communicable diseases, sexually transmitted diseases, and HIV are initiated in the health department.

Maternal Health Program is to ensure the best possible pregnancy outcome for all pregnant women.

bulletMaternity Clinic – provides maternal health care, prenatal, and postpartum care to women in need of services.
bulletHigh Risk Maternity Clinic – provides maternal care to women who meet specific medical criteria that identifies the pregnancy as high risk.
bulletMaternity Care Coordination – program that works with pregnant women and their families to ensure social work services, education, and resources.
bulletMaternal Outreach Services – intensive program provides visits to the mother and infant providing support, guidance, and education regarding all phases of pregnancy.

Woman’s Health provides education, counseling, contraceptives, health care services, and referral where appropriate to women desiring a pregnancy, child spacing, or limiting number of pregnancies.

bulletShort Term Services – complete physical exam, testing for anemia, instruction in breast self-exams, pap smears, STD screening, and referrals to specialized care.

WIC/Nutrition Services is a federally funded program provides nutritious foods, nutrition education, and breastfeeding guidance and access to health care for low-income pregnant women, new mothers, infants, and children at nutritional risk.

Environmental Health inspects and enforces the statutory requirements developed for food, lodging, and institutional establishments. Additional responsibilities include animal control, prevention and control of rabies, inadequate/improper sewage disposal control and chemical waste, and water testing.

Health Education is provided as a component of every program offered by the Health Department. Health educators, nurses, nutritionist, sanitarians, and others provide this education aimed at disease prevention, healthful lifestyle promotion, and environmental health compliance to patients, school, and community groups.

Scotland County Healthy Carolinians is a program aimed at improving health and safety in our community beyond the year 2000. The Healthy Carolinians Task Force is a team of community members, leaders, and organizations working together to improve health and safety.

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