HCC is Working with Health and Social Care Partners to Support the Health and Well-Being of Area Residents. Please do your part to stay well. Also, remember these CDC recommendations:

(Download the March 25, 2020 COVID-19 Update)

1. Wash hands frequently for at least 20 seconds with soap and water.

2. Use a hand sanitizer that has at least 60% alcohol.

3. Cough or sneeze into a tissue and throw it in the trash (clean your hands).

4. Avoid touching your eyes, ears, and mouth.

5. Stay home if you are sick.

If you have been exposed to COVID-19, or if you are experiencing symptoms, self quarantine immediately and call for instructions: 1-877-435-8411 – Nurse Hotline. For questions about COVID-19, call 660.259.2440 day or night.

Please take this pandemic seriously. If you present with symptoms (fever, cough, difficulty breathing) at one of our Live Well Centers, our staff will take the appropriate measures to test for influenza (flu) A & B. Patients with flu or respiratory symptoms who test negative for flu A & B must self quarantine immediately.

You will be directed to a COVID-19 emergency response hotline for additional instruction. Live Well Centers are fully equipped to test for the flu. Please call one of our locations for an appointment.

Important COVID-19 Information:

COVID-19 Limited Testing Now Available at a Live Well Community Health Center: Patients    Healthcare Providers

HCC/Live Well : A Message to Patients and Partners   COVID-19 Infographic

March 25, 2020 COVID-19 Updates

Helpful Websites:

CDC website

DHSS website

World Health Organization

National Association of Community Health Centers

National Rural Health Association

Gov. Michael Parson

Sen. Josh Hawley

Rep. Emanuel Cleaver

Lafayette County Health Department

Samuel U. Rodgers Health Center

Helpful Phone Numbers:

DHSS Nurse hotline – 1-877-435-8411

Jackson County Health Department – 816-404-6416

Lafayette County Health Department – 660-259-4371

Saline County Health Department – 660-886-3434

Carroll County Health Department – 660-542-3247

Ray County Health Department – 816-776-5413