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Blood Lead Level Testing - Coles County

Hours of Operation: M-F 8:30 AM 4:30 PM
Handicapped Accessible

Appointments are necessary

Childhood lead poisoning is one of the most common and preventable
pediatric health problems in the United States. Lead occurs naturally in
our environment such as: paint, dust, drinking water and dirt outside.

Follow-up case management for those whose blood lead level is above 10.
Lead poisoning information on prevention, intervention, and home renovation.

Ages Served: 6 months to 6 years old who meet
lead screening requirements. All Medicaid-eligible children should
receive a blood level test at 12 months and 24 months.

All Illinois children need a lead screening before
entering Daycare, Preschool and Kindergarten.

Call for more information

(217) 348-0530
Fax: (217) 348-5321

For our programs that charge a fee, we gladly
accept Cash, Check, Visa, Mastercard, or Discover.
We can also bill some insurance companies for
covered vaccinations. Bring  your insurance
information with you.


Lead information from CDC

Illinois Department of Public Health A-Z Topics List - found under "L"

Lead in Industry
Lead-based Paint
Lead, Blood Analysis Test Request
Lead Contractors
Lead Program Application, Instruction, Licenses and Notification Forms
Lead publications
      Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Publications Order Form - PDF
      Lead, Childhood Poisoning Surveillance Reports, 1993 - 2004
      Get the Lead Out - Intervention - How to Lower Blood Lead Levels
      in Children - PDF
      Get the Lead Out - Prevention - How to Protect Children Against
      Lead Poisoning - PDF
      Get the Lead Out - Renovation - How to Safely Remove Old Paint
      - PDF
      A Landlord's Guide for Working Safely with Lead - PDF
      Lead Poisoning High-Risk ZIP Code Areas, Pediatric
      Strategic Plan for the Elimination of Childhood Lead Poisoning - PDF
Lead Training Providers
Lead Workers, Risk Assessors, Inspectors, and Supervisors

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