Nurse Clinics

Nobles County, Minnesota

   Nobles County Mission

In cooperation with our citizens, we improve the quality of life for individuals, families and communities by fostering a healthy economy and environment in Nobles County.

Nobles County Community Health Services

318 Ninth St.
PO Box 189
Worthington, MN 56187

For appointments for WIC, Immunizations, and Refugee Health please call:

(507) 295-5360(p)
(507) 372-5094 (f)

Phone Contact Process

If this is an emergency, call 911.

  • If you are ill, call your health care provider.
  • For a poisoning emergency, call the Minnesota Poison Control System at 1-800-222-1222.
  • During business hours, to reach the Minnesota Department of Health, call 651-201-5000 or 1-888-345-0823, or for TTY: 651-201-5797
  • If you are a physician calling about an infectious disease, please call 651-201-5414 or 1-877-676-5414, anytime.
  • To report a natural or manmade emergency that may have serious public health consequences for the community, call the local public health office at 507-295-5213.

Nobles County Budget Online


Board of Appeal and Equalization - Agenda

Public Health Nurse Clinics

Highly skilled Public Health Nurses deliver a full range of services throughout the community, including the identification and assessment of health care needs and resources, patient advocacy, community liaison, and nursing care to families in our clinics and in the client’s home. Public Health Nurse Clinics provide a broad range of health and wellness programs to diverse segments of Nobles county residents. Many of our services are low-cost or free.

We provide an extensive array of skilled medical and nursing services that address:


  • Healthy infants, children, and adults
  • Pregnant women
  • Mothers with new babies and/or young children
  • Families with health or parenting concerns
  • Sexually Transmitted Disease treatment and education
  • Immunization and tuberculosis screening
  • Family nutrition education
  • Medication management
  • Foot Care Clinics
  • At risk teens