Other Clinic Services
Three Rivers District Health Department has a certified diabetic educator who can provide individual instruction for diabetic care.
Contact Ruth Kingkade, RN, BSN, CDE at (502) 732-6641 for more information.
Early prenatal care is very important. Pregnant women who begin prenatal care in the first three months of their pregnancy have fewer medical problems and their babies are healthier. Your clinic nurse can help you to find a prenatal health care provider & provide documentation for Medicaid if you do not have private insurance.
Contact your local health center for more information.
If you have no prescription drug coverage, or excessively high prescription costs; you may qualify for prescription assistance.
The Kentucky Prescription Assistance Program (KPAP) helps the public access prescription drug programs offered by the drug manufacturers, discount drug programs and discount pharmacy programs. These programs offer prescription drugs free or at reduced costs for qualifying individuals and/or their families.
Contact your local health center for more information, or to setup an appointment to complete the application process. A list of your current prescriptions will be necessary to complete the application.