Health

Clinic Services

Meet Our Clinical Services Staff

Reproductive and Sexual Health Clinic times are 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Thursdays.

Please Call 585.268.9250 *option 3 to schedule an appointment.

April WorthDirector Of Patient Services585.268.9250April.Worth@alleganyco.gov
Diane FranklinClinic Secretary585.268.9466Diane.Franklin@alleganyco.gov
Melissa GrantierRegistered Nurse585.268.9260Melissa.Grantier@alleganyco.gov
Andrea FosterRegistered Nurse585.268.9655Andrea.Foster@alleganyco.gov

Male Health History Form

Female Health History Form

Can provide for complete reproductive and sexual health services including contraception method consultation including but not limited to:

  • Pills (Oral Contraception)
  • Shot (Depo)
  • Nuva Ring
  • Patch (Ortho-Evra)
  • Condoms
  • IUD’s
  • Nexplanon

Sliding fee available for those uninsured. Fee may be as low as $0.00
Find out if you’re eligible for the NYS Family Planning Benefit Program.

Call (585) 268-9250 for an appointment.

Female Health History Form

Urine Pregnancy Testing is available at the Allegany County Department of Health by appointment only.

Call (585) 268-9250 for an appointment.

Male Health History Form

Female Health History Form

The Allegany County Department of Health offers STD Testing and Treatment per CDC guidelines. Click on one of the Sexually Transmitted Diseases listed below to go to the fact sheet for that disease.

Sliding fee available for most services to those uninsured

Fee may be as low as $0.00
Find out if you’re eligible for the NYS Family Planning Benefit Program

Call (585) 268-9250 for an appointment.

HIV testing is offered to everyone per public health law, with opt-out option for those not seeking testing at this time.

For more information on STI’s visit the New York State Department of Health.

Male Health History Form

Female Health History Form

Emergency contraception (EC) includes any method that acts after intercourse to prevent pregnancy. Through The Allegany County Department of Health the Plan B pill is available. It is NOT an abortion pill and does NOT disturb an implanted pregnancy. It may prevent a fertilized egg from implanting in the uterus. Males and females over the age of 14 can go to a Pharmacy without a prescription to obtain Plan B, however there is a fee of approximately $65 per pill. Through our Reproductive and Sexual Health clinics individuals without insurance (or those who wish not to disclose their insurance) will be placed on a sliding fee scale with a maximum fee of $6 (most may qualify to receive EC for free).

The Reproductive and Sexual Health Clinics also offer reliable birth control methods for your contraceptive use and reproductive health. If you currently have or qualify for the Family Planning Benefit Program (Medicaid that covers your reproductive health) it allows you to obtain Plan B from a pharmacy up to 6 times a year for no charge without a prescription.

Call (585) 268-9250 for an appointment.

Male Health History Form

Female Health History Form

Ora-Quick (ORAL) HIV Testing is available at Allegany County Department of Health clinics by appointment.

Call (585) 268-9250 for an appointment.

HIV testing is offered to everyone per public health law, with opt-out option for those not seeking testing at this time.

Female Health History Form

Women who are eligible for a PAP Smear per ACOG Guidelines

Call (585) 268-9250 for an appointment.

Female Health History Form

In our Reproductive Health and Sexual Health clinics we offer Women’s Wellness Annual Exams. Per ACOG Guidelines all women are recommended to have an annual exam regardless of age or sexual activity. An annual exam includes blood pressure, weight, BMI (body mass index), palpation of abdomen and lymph nodes, clinical breast exam, and an assessment of overall health.

Pelvic exam requirements are based upon health history and age.

Call (585) 268-9250 for an appointment.

Public health education is at the core of what we do. Presentations can be made to elementary, junior high and high school students, community groups and service clubs, private business and industry personnel and volunteer agencies. Topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Sexually Transmitted Infection Prevention
  • Contraception
  • Dangers of Sugar Sweetened Beverages
  • Sexting
  • Lead Poisoning Prevention
  • Immunizations

Contact us to arrange for a presentation:

Theresa Moore
theresa.moore@alleganyco.gov
Supervising Public Health Educator
(585) 268-9250

Allegany County sponsors Immunization Clinics for adults and children. Most services are free to those who qualify and a sliding fee scale is provided for others.

HPV is the Human Papilloma Virus. HPV can lead to genital warts, cervical cancer in women, penile cancer in men, anal cancer and throat cancer. It is completely preventable through a vaccine called Gardasil and recommended for persons age 9-26.

Vaccination is not recommended for everyone older than age 26 years.

  • Some adults age 27 through 45 years who are not already vaccinated may decide to get HPV vaccine after speaking with their health care provider about their risk for new HPV infections and the possible benefits of vaccination for them.
  • HPV vaccination in this age range provides less benefit, because more people in this age range have already been exposed to HPV.

Call us for details or to schedule an appointment (585) 268-9250.

Adult Immunization
Most adults do not realize that they need immunizations. Please call us for a FREE individualized assessment of immunizations you could benefit from per CDC recommendations. (585) 268-9250

Immunization for Children
Immunization schedules for children are changing all the time. Please call us for a FREE individualized assessment of immunizations you could benefit from per CDC recommendations. (585) 268-9250

Immunization clinics are held in Belmont by appointment only. During influenza season clinics are held in several different locations throughout Allegany County.

Immunizations are billed to insurances or self pay. If self pay is utilized an income based payment system is available. The self pay range could be $0 to full cost of vaccine. Call us to determine fee! (585) 268-9250

Malaria, Typhoid and Yellow Fever vaccines are not available.

April Worth
Director of Patient Services
(585) 268-9250

Lead poising can cause problems with a child’s growth, behavior, and ability to learn. The Allegany County Department of Health provides education, case management, and primary prevention services.

Available Services:

  • Environmental Lead Assessment – Provide environmental lead assessments for children identified with elevated blood lead levels.
  • Education Programs-How to Prevent lead poisoning in children

  • Case Management – Public Health nurse working with families to lower high blood lead levels in children.

Primary Prevention Services:

  • Community Awareness

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