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LaPorte County Health Department

Organization Address: 

809 State St

Ste 401 A

La Porte, Indiana 46350

United States


La Porte

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STD Clinic

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Clinic, Public Health Department/Social Services Department (Governmental)


  • Adolescents/Youth/Teens, Adults, African Americans/Blacks, Gay Men, General Public, Hispanics/Latinos, LGBT, Low Income Persons, Men, Men Who Have Sex with Men, Native Americans, Persons with HIV/AIDS, Persons with STDs, Persons with TB, Women

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$20 clinic fee. HIV and STD testing by appointment on Wednesdays.


LaPorte County Health Department

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LaPorte County Health Department
Michigan City Office
Organization Address:

Michigan City, IN46360

United States
Phone Number: (219) 874-5611 (Main Phone Number)
(219) 873-3018 (Domestic Fax)

Website: Main Website

E-mail: [email protected] (Main Email)

Hours: Not available Notes: Testing by appointment only. Call 219-874-5611 ext. 2200.
Appointment Required: Yes

Please contact organization for eligibility requirements

On-Site Testing Services
  • Chlamydia Test
  • Gonorrhea Test
  • Hepatitis A Vaccine
  • Hepatitis B Test
  • Hepatitis B Vaccine
  • Hepatitis C Test
  • Rapid HIV Test
  • Syphilis Test

Fee Information:
Organization Type: Clinic, Public Health Department/Social Services Department

Last Updated: 04/30/2021

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Health Department

La Porte County Health Dept. Logo

Amanda Lahners, REHS/RS,

Sandra Deausy MD.,
Health Officer

Health Board Members
Annabella Juhasz, MD – President
Ali Laun, Vice President
Mark Nelson, MD
Patrick Dorroh, DVM
Michael Sandy

Georgetta Manning-Cox, DDS
Lauren Arnold
Michael Mollenhauer, County Council Liaison

La Porte County Health Department

La Porte Office

809 State Street, Suite 401A
La Porte, IN 46350
Phone (LP): 219-326-6808 Ext. 2200 or 219-325-5563

Fax: 219-325-8628

Michigan City Office

302 West 8th St. Suite 4
Michigan City, IN 46360
Phone: 219-874-5611 Ext. 7780 or 219-809-0515
Fax: 219-873-3018

Food Inspection Reports

Downtown LaPorte

LaPorte County Health Department Update

The La Porte County Health Department released the following statement and information:

The Delta variant has become the dominant strain of COVID-19 in La Porte County.  This is concerning as the Delta variant has been shown to spread easily among those who are unvaccinated and puts individuals at increased risk for pneumonia, hospitalization, and possibly death.  Even for those who are vaccinated, the Delta variant is more infectious and transmittable. Our senior population, our school age children under the age of 12, and our immunocompromised population are particularly susceptible to the Delta variant.

It is for these reasons that the CDC has released updated guidance.  The CDC is recommending everyone wear a mask in public indoor spaces, even if they are vaccinated, in areas of substantial or high transmission.  La Porte County has been labeled as red, meaning there is high spread of the Delta COVID variant.  Currently, Indiana’s advisory level for La Porte County is yellow.  Being mindful and proactive in protecting our citizens of all ages,

La Porte County Health Department strongly recommends following the CDC’s guidance of wearing a mask while in public indoor spaces.

For those that have been fully vaccinated, we ask that you:

  • Wear a mask in public indoor settings if you are in an area of substantial or high transmission. Fully vaccinated people might choose to mask regardless of the level of transmission, particularly if they or someone in their household is immunocompromised or at increased risk for severe disease, or if someone in their household is unvaccinated.
  • Get tested if experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.
  • If you came into close contact with someone with COVID-19 get tested 3-5 days after the date of your exposure and wear a mask in public indoor settings for 14 days after exposure or until you receive a negative test result.
  • Isolate if you have tested positive for COVID-19 in the prior 10 days or are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.
  • Recommend masking for all teachers, staff, students and visitors to schools, regardless of vaccination status.

Vaccination:  Please consider vaccination as a means of protecting yourself and others.  Vaccination is safe and effective at reducing disease, death, and hospitalization.  You can find videos regarding vaccination myths at

Quarantine for Schools:  For all unvaccinated students, teachers, and staff who have been exposed to someone with COVID-19.  Close contacts, identified through contact tracing, must quarantine unless they are fully vaccinated, or have tested positive in the last 3 months, and do not have any symptoms.

  • Students, teachers, and staff who are in quarantine should stay home and follow the direction of their school district about when it is safe for them to return to school.
  • All fully vaccinated individuals who remain asymptomatic (even if a close contact) do not need to quarantine but should monitor for symptoms throughout the 14 days following their exposure.

Quarantine for the General Public:  For all unvaccinated public who have been exposed to someone with COVID-19.  Close contacts, identified through contact tracing, should quarantine unless they are fully vaccinated, or have tested positive in the last 3 months, and do not have any symptoms.

  • As of July 27, CDC recommends fully vaccinated people who have a known exposure to someone with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 be tested 3-5 days after exposure and wear a mask in public indoor settings for 14 days or until they receive a negative test result.






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