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The Upper Missouri District Health Unit (UMDHU) was founded and began offering sanitation and nursing services in Divide, McKenzie and Williams Counties in 1947. It was the third public health unit formed in the state. Mountrail County joined the health unit in 1949. The central office is located in Williston; satellite offices are maintained in Crosby, Stanley and Watford City (all are county seats).

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23
November
2019 Novel Coronavirus Resources
Coronavirus disease(COVID-19) information. Including information on the Delta variant. If you have cough, cold or flu like symptoms and have an appointment at UMDHU we would appreciate you calling to reschedule. Thank you!
23
November
Covid and Flu Vaccine Information
Clinics available for all people wishing to be vaccinated against Covid-19. Walk in or call your local office for pre-registration. Starting Monday, November 8, UMDHU will be giving the pediatric Pfizer vaccine authorized by the CDC. Please call any of our offices to make an appointment for vaccination for children 5-11 years old. This way parent’s questions can be answered in a more private setting. The vaccinations are free. Divide County UMDHU Office: 701-965-6813 McKenzie County UMDHU Office: 701-444-3449 Mountrail County UMDHU Office: 701-628-2951 Williams County UMDHU Office: 701-774-6400 or 1-877-572-3763

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Walk in Covid and flu vaccination clinics are scheduled. See upcoming events for dates, times and places.
Upcoming Events
 

29
November
Drive Through Covid Testing at WSC
On Monday, November 29, there will be a COVID-19 PCR only drive-up testing event open to anyone comfortable being tested in a drive-up setting, school-aged and older at Williston State College Art Wood Building. Test results will take 3-5 days. The event will begin at 4:00pm on Monday and vehicles will be allowed to line up along the route starting at 3:30 PM. Testing will go until 5:30 PM or until all test kits have been used. Keep in mind this is a fluid situation and details of the event could change or it could be shortened due to lack of people participating in the testing event. Vehicles wishing to access the testing are asked to enter from University Avenue, then turn onto Clark Street. Traffic control officers will provide additional guidance. Please turn on your vehicle's 4-way flashers to let traffic control know your intentions of entering the COVID testing line. Interested in being tested for COVID-19? Pre-register for testing. Everyone being tested must complete the online assessment. Preregistering does not guarantee a test, if you don’t get a confirmation email still come. https://testreg.nd.gov/ To ease traffic flow, we ask the public to avoid the area if possible. Although businesses and residences in the area will remain accessible during the event, we ask that traffic in the area be minimal.
02
December
Covid and flu Vaccination - Walk ins Welcome
Walk In flu shot and covid vaccination, booster clinics have been scheduled across the UMDHU area. Walk in or call for pre-registration. Starting Monday, November 8, UMDHU will be giving the pediatric Pfizer vaccine authorized by the CDC. Please call any of our offices to make an appointment for vaccination for children 5-11 years old. This way parent’s questions can be answered in a more private setting. The vaccinations are free. Divide County UMDHU Office: 701-965-6813 McKenzie County UMDHU Office: 701-444-3449 Mountrail County UMDHU Office: 701-628-2951 Williams County UMDHU Office: 701-577-6400 or 1-877-572-3763 Walk in Clinics in Williston: Thursdays, December 2, 9, 16 and 30, 3-6pm -Will bill BCBS, Sanford, United Health Care, Meritain, Medica, Medicare Part B and Medicaid for flu vaccination -Please bring insurance card for flu vaccination -Flu shot $55 and High Dose (65 years and older) $90 - Help us protect others and please wear a cloth mask to your appointment and don’t come if you have illness symptoms.

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UMDHU complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. Interpretation options are available to communicate effectively with us.
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