Important Notice

Central Montana Health District

Public Health Office, Environmental Health and the Junk Vehicle Program 
have all moved to a new office space-we are now located  at:

 300 1st ave N. Suite 201, Lewistown, MT 59457

Please make these changes to your contact list. 

New vaccination requirements for children to attend school are in place for the 2015-2016 school year.

The 2015 Montana Legislature revised school immunization requirements for school attendance through the passage of House Bill (HB) 158. The law, signed by the Governor and effective October 1, 2015, requires students attending school be vaccinated against varicella disease (chickenpox) and receive a booster of pertussis vaccine at 7th grade.


February 25, 2015

Contact:  Jon Ebelt, Public Information Officer, DPHHS, (406) 444-0936

               Chuck Council, Communications Specialist, DPHHS, (406) 444-4391


The Public Health nurses from Central Montana Health District will be coming to your community to offer the 2017-2018 seasonal influenza vaccination (flu shot). Influenza vaccine is the best protection from influenza and its complications.

***If you have any questions, please contact the Central Montana Health District Public Health Office at (406) 535-3983.

Seasonal Flu Clinic Dates:

Coming soom to your area in September or October 2017


          Hobson Flu Clinics: 

          Ryegate Flu Clinics: 

          Lavina Flu Clinics:    

           Winnett Flu Clinics   

           Melstone Flu Clinics:             

           Geyser Flu Clinics:   

           Stanford Flu Clinics:        

           Harlowton Flu Clinics:  

           Judith Gap Flu Clinic:   





The Central Montana Health District-Public Health Program and the Fergus County Nurses Office want the best vaccine protection for our clients.  Following ACIP recommendations, clients and parents are encouraged to not give an OTC (Over-the-Counter) pain medication or fever reducer prior to or during an immunization visit.  


Resurgence of Pertussis Makes Vaccination Important for People of all Ages

Whooping cough, also known as pertussis, has remained one of the public health community’s most troublesome issues. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released their 2012 Provisional Pertussis Surveillance Report.