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Survey of health departments select from the list below.

This data has been compiled and organized by WSU.

Selected Service: Blood Lead Testing

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Cheyenne Rawlins Decatur Norton Phillips Smith Jewell Republic Marshall Nemaha Brown Doniphan Sherman Thomas Sheridan Graham Rooks Osborne Mitchell Cloud Clay Riley Pottawatomie Jackson Atchison Jefferson Leavenworth Wyandotte Wallace Logan Gove Trego Ellis Russell Lincoln Ellsworth Ottawa Saline Dickinson Morris Wabaunsee Shawnee Douglas Johnson Greeley Wichita Scott Lane Ness Rush Bourbon Rice McPherson Marion Chase Lyon Osage Franklin Miami Coffey Anderson Linn Hamilton Kearny Finney Hodgeman Pawnee Edwards Stafford Reno Harvey Stanton Grant Haskell Gray Ford Kiowa Pratt Kingman Sedgwick Butler Greenwood Woodson Allen Elk Wilson Neosho Crawford Morton Stevens Meade Clark Comanche Barber Harper Sumner Cowley Chautauqua Montgomery Labette Cherokee Geary Washington Seward Barton

Number of Staff:

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5-6

7-10

11-38

39-80

81-160

Number of FTE:

0-3.9

4-5.9

6-10.9

11-25.9

26-79.9

80-145

Accredited

Interested in or pursuing accreditation

Not planning to apply for accreditation

Athena Health

CDP

Cerner

CureMD

IMS

Intergy Greenway


KIPHS

Netsmart Insight

Nightingale Notes

Patagonia Health

Multi-County Health Departments

NEK: Atchison, Brown, Jackson

SEK: Allen, Anderson, Bourbon, Woodson

Information displayed represents data as reported by health departments through the annual State Formula Survey (also referred to as the Aid-to-Local Survey). The majority of health departments (94 out of 100) entered their data between 01/15/2020 and 3/16/2020. Due to the impacts of COVID-19, 6 health departments requested submission deadline extensions and entered their data between 04/01/2020 and 05/05/2020. If you have questions about the data presented here, please contact Sarah Jolley, Sarah.Jolley@wichita.edu.

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