Division of Community Health Services
The Camden County Division of Community Health Services provides a variety of health, wellness, and clinical services for you and your family. Many of these services are provided in cooperation with other health care providers and are offered free, or on a sliding fee scale. Programs include: communicable disease control, immunization programs, public health nursing, nutrition, and health promotion.
Camden County Department of Health and Human Services
“Get Screened, Stay Healthy, Stay Alive” Campaign
Freeholder Carmen G. Rodriguez
ADULT HEALTH SCREENINGS INCLUDE:
Blood Pressure Screenings
Cancer Risk Assessment
Camden County Store at Voorhees Town Center
Voorhees, New Jersey
(Near Boscovs 2nd floor)
2nd Wednesday of Month
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Camden County Service Center At
South County Regional Library
35 Coopers Folly Road
Winslow, New Jersey
2nd Thursday of Month
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
* Cholesterol Screening: Total Cholesterol Only
** Diabetes Screening: Fast for 12 hours. Eat a hearty meal before you start the fast. Take nothing by mouth from then except water or medication until after the test.
Men and Women's Cancer Screening Referrals:
The New Jersey Cancer Education and Early Detection (NJCEED) Program provides comprehensive outreach, education and screening services for breast,cervical,colorectal and prostate cancers for income eligible uninsured or underinsured. To schedule and appointment call one of the following NJCEED programs in Camden County:
Cooper (CEED) Camden County Cancer Screeing Project (856) 968-7323 or 968-7825 Virtua (CEED) 1-888-VIRTUA-3 (888-847-8823)
Adult Immunization Program, also known as the "Flu Program" serves over 25,000 Camden County citizens every fall starting in October. For more information, call (856) 374 6248.
Childhood Immunization Program offers vaccinations to eligible Camden County children. For more information, call (856) 225-5128.
Got the Latest Shot? Immunization Update...
For information, call (856) 225-5128.
Vaccine Information for the public and health professionals
For information about vaccine-preventable diseases, please click here.