The Pulaski County Health Center was established in 1950 to provide public health service to Pulaski County residents. Supported by local, state, and federal taxes, the health department also housed the Pulaski County Home Health Agency (formally Lake Ozark Area Home Health) since 1975, now in its 40th year of serving Pulaski County residents.
News & Upcoming Events
Pulaski County Health Center has an opening for a part time (24 to 36 hours per week) Peer Counselor in the WIC program. The candidate must have a high school diploma or equivalent and breastfed one baby (does not have to be currently breastfeeding). The selected candidate will provide basic breastfeeding information and encouragement to WIC eligible prenatal and breastfeeding moms and express enthusiasm about breastfeeding and help mothers enjoy a positive experience. The candidate must be willing to accept after hour phone calls and make home and hospital visits. Click here for application. Drop off applications at the Waynesville WIC office (704 Historic 66 West, Suite 104) or Pulaski County Health Center in Crocker at 101 12th Street. WIC is an equal opportunity employer.
Our office will be closed Friday, July 3rd in observance of Independence Day.
WIC recieved a grant to enhance their waiting areas and implement iPad kiosks for online education. Coming July 2015!