Nurse Practitioners/Registered Nurses provide adult physical exams for: teachers and school district employees, child care providers, and foster and adoptive... more
The WIC program offers counseling, tips, and encouragement. Breastfeeding is best feeding... more
Obligors who do not make support payments as ordered may be served with an Order to Appear for Failure to Pay. Service is generally attempted through the... more
The best way to protect yourself from getting the flu is to receive the influenza vaccine. The vaccine is safe and effective. JCDHE encourages everyone over... more
Pediatric services assists children with severe emotional disturbances who are at risk of being placed away from their families. Services are targeted toward... more
Multi-Service Outreach Centers provide a safety net for those in need and a means of moving beyond cycles of aid into self-reliance. They serve people in need... more
Provides registered nurses who offer screening, assessment, education, resource information, and referral services to new mothers and infants who live in... more
Works to improve pregnancy outcomes for mother and infant through comprehensive prenatal services. Appointments are necessary for prenatal care. Johnson County... more
The testing clinics are part of Johnson County's overall strategy to determine how prevalent COVID-19 is in Johnson County, Kansas.
An appointment is required for testing. COVID-19 testing appointments are in high demand and book quickly. If a message appears that states there are no classes with slots available, this means that unfortunately, there are no appointments available at this time. Please check back regularly as slots may open if there are appointment cancellations. New appointments are added each Thursday afternoon.
Test results are available within 3 to 4 business days. Test results will be sent via email if you provide verbal consent. Check your email account’s spam/junk folder if you have not received your results within 4 business days. Do not call our office for test results as this delays the process. If your test is POSITIVE and you choose not to receive your results via email, you will receive a phone call at the number you provided when you scheduled your appointment. If your test is NEGATIVE and you choose not to receive results via email, you will receive a letter in the mail at the address you provided when you scheduled your appointment.
Para personal que habla español llame al (913) 826-1200 y oprima 1 para servicio al clients. Las citas son programadas por nuestro personal, lunes a viernes de 8 a.m. a 5 p.m.
Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. People with these symptoms may have COVID-19:
This list does not include all possible symptoms. Other less common symptoms have been reported, including gastrointestinal symptoms like nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea.
Olathe — 11875 S. Sunset Drive (Drive-thru, south side of the building)
Enter the drive-thru area on the west side of the building. Follow the signs and drive around to the back of the building and pull up to the designated testing area facing south. Do not enter the building. Exit the testing area to the east of the building.
If you have additional questions about the testing process, call (913) 715-2819, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.