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Patients are examined to diagnose symptoms. Testing is done for commonly sexually transmitted diseases such as Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, Syphilis, Herpes, and Hepatitis B. Hep C is provided at a fee.
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Flu vaccines are provided to homebound residents. Please call the Public Health Nursing Section at 609-890-3884 for availability and appointment.
No, you do not have to live in Hamilton.
Clinics are held every Tuesday, 9 am to noon They are a free walk-in clinic.
For information or questions, call 609-890-3884 or 609-890-3647
The New Jersey State Government has canceled funding for HIV Testing Supplies that have been previously used to perform free HIV tests at Hamilton's Division of Health. As a result, effective July 1, 2019, free HIV tests will no longer be performed at Hamilton's Division of Health.
However, the following two locations will provide free HIV Testing:
Henry J. Austin Health Center321 North Warren StreetTrenton, NJ 08618Phone: 609-278-5945Walk-In Hours: 9 am - 3:30 pm (Closed during lunch hour)
Hyacinth Foundation849 West State Street, 1st FloorTrenton, NJ 08618Phone: 609-396-8322Walk-In Hours: 9 am - 12 noon and 1 pm - 4:30 pm
Flu immunizations are provided free of charge to Hamilton Township residents beginning in early fall. Proof of residency is required.
The schedule will come out at the end of August, or early September.
No, the STD clinic is a free, walk-in clinic (no appointment is needed). The Hamilton Township Division of Health located at 2100 Greenwood Avenue provides free and confidential counseling, testing and / or treatment. Sometimes the clinic may have many patients, so be prepared to allow enough waiting time.
The hours are every Tuesday from 9 am to 12 noon. For information or questions call 609-890-3884 or 609-890-3647.
Treatment is provided at this clinic for most of the identified diseases, free of charge.
The clinic is a free, walk-in clinic that provides free and confidential counseling and testing.
STD clinics are held at the Hamilton Township Division of Health located at 2100 Greenwood Avenue on Tuesdays from 9 am to noon. For information or questions, call 609-890-3884 or 609-890-3647.
Hamilton's Division of Health would like to remind residents that it will continue to provide its free STD Confidential Clinics and free STD testing services. STD Clinics take place every Tuesday (except holidays) from 9 am to Noon at Hamilton's Division of Health, located at 2100 Greenwood Avenue, Hamilton, NJ 08609 (located next to the Hamilton Township Municipal Building).
Private Flu Clinics-over 55 Communities (No restrictions except for Pneumonia Vaccine - must be 65 and older or an adult with a chronic medical indication)
Dates will be available in the fall.
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Provided at no out-of-pocket charge to Hamilton residents, flu clinics will begin on September 30. The Division recommends that all residents aged 6-months and older get an annual flu shot. The Division's 55+ clinics are targeted at our high-risk population including senior citizens, the chronically ill, and individuals with special needs. We recommend that you consult with your physician if you have any questions as to whether you should receive this immunization.
Note: The current seasonal influenza vaccine is required every year for children 6 months through 59 months of age in order to attend daycare/pre-school after January 1.
In addition to adults, children over the age of 9 may also attend these clinics but must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
Pneumonia vaccines will be offered to residents ages 65+ at all township flu clinics, or by appointment. To make an appointment call 609-890-3884 or 609-586-0311.
If getting both the flu and pneumonia vaccine during the same visit, the shots must be given in different arms. If there is a reason that the resident cannot receive a shot in both arms at the same time, then the flu shot only will be given and they will be asked to come back in two weeks to receive the pneumonia shot in that arm.
Please note that you may print, complete, and bring with you the Flu Vaccine Registration and Consent Form (PDF) to save time.
The clinics are open to Township residents only. Proof of residency is required. In addition to all adults, children over the age of 9 may also attend these clinics, but must be accompanied by parent or legal guardian.
Flu vaccines are also available for homebound residents and can be scheduled by contacting the Hamilton Township Division of Health directly at 609-890-3884 for an appointment.
Pneumonia Vaccine is available all year and at all Flu Immunization Clinics. It is recommended for everyone 65 years and older or persons of all ages who have high-risk chronic illnesses including diabetes, cardiac, or lung conditions. Please call 609-890-3884 to schedule an appointment or contact the Call Center at 609-586-0311 for dates of the fall flu clinics (dates and sites will be available in early September).
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