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Marion County Public Health Department
2003 N. Lincoln
Box 152
Knoxville, IA 50138
Phone: (641) 828-2238
Fax: (641) 842-3442


Marion County Public Health Department
2003 N. Lincoln Street
PO Box 152
Knoxville, Iowa 50138

Phone Number: (641) 828-2238
Fax Number: (641) 842-3442

24/7 Emergency Public Health Contact:  
Kim Dorn, Director cell phone number: (641) 891-4068

Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. -4:30 p.m.

Marion County Public Health (Knoxville, Iowa) would like to welcome you to our website! We hope the information we have provided is beneficial and will help you find the answers to your questions.

Contact us if you have questions or need additional information.
We offer immunizations for children and adults!

Click here to be directed to our immunization page
Hawki Insurance
Health care coverage for uninsured kids is more affordable than you think!

Income guidelines have changed for Hawki insurance and Hawki Dental Insurance... click here to see if your family qualifies.

u work hard to make ends meet. That's why Iowa offers hawki health care coverage for uninsured children of working families. No family pays more than $40 a month. Some families even pay nothing at all.

Spotlight on Health:
2019 Foot Clinics
Canine Brucellosis
The Marion County Public Health Department Foot and Blood Pressure clinic schedule has been posted! Click here to access the schedule for 2019.
Stop The Bleed
West Nile Virus
Marion County Public Health now offers Stop The Bleed trainings. Contact our office for more information. 641-828-2238.
For more information on Stop The Bleed click here.

Heartland AEA Measles
Quick Links:


Click here for information regarding immunization clinics.

Click here to get your free copy of Protect Iowa Health.

Click here for the Senior Health Insurance Information Program website

AEA's mission is to improve the learning outcomes and well-being of all children and youth by providing services and leadership in partnership with families, schools and communities. http://www.heartlandaea.org/
.Why do I need Prenatal Care?

Prenatal care can help keep you and your baby healthy. Babies of mothers who do not get prenatal care are three times more likely to have a low birth weight and five times more likely to die than those born to mothers who do get care.

Doctors can spot health problems early when they see mothers regularly. This allows doctors to treat them early. Early treatment can cure many problems and prevent others. Doctors also can talk to pregnant women about things they can do to give their unborn babies a healthy start to life.

For more information or help finding a provider contact the Maternal Health Program at 641-828-2238 ext 241.

.Personal Preparedness:

For information on how to develop a Family Emergency Plan, an Emergency Kit, and other useful tips see the following websites:





Marion County Public Health Department is an Equal Opportunity Provider