Marion County Health Department breaks ground on new building

 

Brian Key, NF Construction Site Superintendent, Commissioner Dave Crofoot (Building Committee), Health Department Director Krista Schneider (Building Committee), Commissioner Randy Dallke (Building Committee), NF Construction Project Manager Cody Nelson, Alloy Architecture Architect Chris Tillison. The Marion County Health Department held a groundbreaking service for their new building.
Marion County Board of Commissioners Chairman Dave Mueller speaks at the Marion County Health Department groundbreaking ceremony.
Marion County Health Department Director Krista Schneider gives a speech at the groundbreaking ceremony for the new health department that will be built.

 

The Marion County Health Department recently held a groundbreaking service for their new building marking a significant milestone in the journey towards better health and well-being for the people of Marion County.

Director Krista Schneider explained that the new building will have temperature-controlled storage for essential safety devices such as car seats, ensuring their longevity and effectiveness in keeping children safe.

The building will also allow much-needed programs such as blood lead and STI testing and family planning services. It will be a more inviting space for children, families and all residents of Marion County to seek services.

“The Marion County Health Department is a vital hub of resources for our community. We collaborate closely with many local and state agencies, including other county departments, schools, hospitals and clinics, long-term care facilities, law enforcement, fire departments, KState Research and Extension and the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) to name a few. Together we work to ensure the health and well-being of the people of Marion County,” said Schneider.

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