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No. We can only treat well children and administer appropriate immunizations (as needed). You can take them to any area emergency room or call the area hospitals. Ask the hospital about their pediatric clinics, and they will tell you if you qualify for service. Family Care programs may be available with eligibility guidelines. Call 609-588-6705 for more information.
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Woman, Infant and Children supplemental nutrition program.
This program is a supplemental feeding program for pregnant women and children 0 to 5 years of age based on income eligibility standards. Nutritional assessment and teaching are also provided. If you would like information concerning this program, call 609-587-8100 for an appointment.
WIC has a new location at the Bromley Center, located at 1801 East State Street, Hamilton NJ 08609.
Eligibility is based on income standards. Call 609-587-8100 for information.
A Public Health Nurse is available upon request to visit all new parents and newborn babies in the community. The purpose of this visit is to inform residents of the services available through the Division of Health and if necessary, refer them to any County, State, or private agency which may be of service to them. The Public Health Nurse will reinforce baby care practices, and answer questions related to newborn / child care and family health. Appropriate educational materials are provided. Call 609-890-3884 for information and to schedule a visit.
Call 609-587-8100 for information regarding the WIC clinic (Women, Infant and Children's Clinic). This is the main number and all WIC calls must start at their office.
Formula for infants up to one year old and various high protein cereals and foods for children up to age of five. Pregnant, postpartum and breastfeeding women are eligible for WIC and also receive a supplemental food program.
Hamilton Township offers numerous free Child Health Conferences each month. These clinics offer physical examinations for children from infancy up to age 6 and provide vaccines for Hamilton Township students up to age 18. The clinic is staffed by a licensed pediatrician and qualified Public Health Nurses. The services include physical examinations, TB testing, and lead screening (for children from infancy up to age 6) and age-appropriate immunizations (immunizations are offered up to age 18 years old and for all college students if eligible) as needed. This service is available for those without health insurance or whose insurance does not cover immunizations. Child Health Conference is available by appointment only.
For an appointment please call 609-890-3884.
Families who are uninsured or underinsured (insurance does not cover vaccines) and who live in Hamilton Township or whose children attend a school in Hamilton Township may receive their immunizations free of charge. Immunizations are given at the Hamilton Township Division of Health from infancy up to age 6. In addition, immunizations are available for Hamilton Township students, school-age through age 18, and for all college students if eligible. Call the Health Department at 609-890-3884 to schedule an appointment.