The Anson County Health Department are currently seeing patients by appointment only, no walk-ins at this time because of the COVID-19.  If you need to make an appointment to be seen,  please call 704-694-5188.  


Please visit the Anson County Health Department Facebook page daily to get the up-to-date COVID-19 information and current cases numbers for Anson County, 

Click here to visit the Anson County Health Department Facebook page.

*Remember that if you don’t have an account on Facebook you can still view it, just click on the link above (click here) and then click on not now to register for Facebook, then you will be able to view the page.


1- You should assume EVERY person you come in contact with is potentially infected. Regardless of where you go (down the street or to another zip code).
2- You should assume EVERY surface is potentially contaminated.
3- You should cough into your elbow or your sleeve, NOT your hand (see reason #2).
4- You should be following the governor’s stay at home order.
5- You should be following proper hand hygiene.
6- Practice social distancing (6ft)
7- If you exhibit symptoms of COVID-19 such as fever, cough, body aches, WITHOUT shortness of breath, difficulty breathing or chest discomfort- you are asked to stay home and recover, you do NOT need to be tested, you can self isolate at home, which reduces exposure to others.
8- If you have been around a positive case and have no or even mild symptoms, you do NOT need a test. A positive test result is going to do NOTHING for you. You will only be exposing more persons by seeking this test.
9- Consider Atrium Health’s online virtual assessment for COVID-19 and the FREE virtual visit. If a doctor’s note is what you need to stay home from work, they can provide you with one, pending that a note is necessary and you are symptomatic.


For guidelines and information on the COVID-19, please visit the DHHS website  and/or CDC website 

DHHS website 

CDC website 

These are great websites loaded with lots of valuable information and resources for business/employers, child care, schools, individuals and families, long -term care facilities and other helpful information.

 If you have any questions for the COVID-19, please call the NC COVID-19 hotline number below or text to the number below to get update and information about the COVID-19.


To view Executive Orders for NC, please visit the link below: 



Accredited Health Department with Honors 2017 to 2021Anson County Health Department shall provide services that the highest quality and are delivered with compassion, respect and fairness. Our aim is to implement the mission through leadership and collaboration with others in the community.

Our Mission

The Mission of the Anson County Health Department is to protect our environment, prevent the spread of disease, and promote the health and well-being of all the citizens of Anson County.

Our Community’s Health Is Our Priority.

General Health Services

General Health Services is for sick visits and employment physicals.

Communicable Disease

Disease prevention and control, HIV/STD testing and counseling, Tuberculosis (TB) testing, treatment and follow-up.

Women’s Health

Family planning, physicals, pregnancy testing, birth control, counseling, education, and referrals.

Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)

WIC provides supplemental food to low income women who are pregnant, postpartum or breastfeeding; infants and children until the age of five. WIC also provides nutrition education and breastfeeding support.

North Carolina WIC Families - Referral Form

WIC is the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants,  and Children  funded by the United States Department of Agriculture. It  is commonly referred to as the WIC Program. County health departments,  community and rural health centers, and community action agencies provide WIC  Program services. WIC provides nutrition education, breastfeeding support,  healthy food, health referrals and other services free of charge to North  Carolina families who qualify. The WIC Program promotes healthy habits and  healthy families to pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women, infants and  children until age 5.

By filling out this form, a WIC clinic near you will contact  you within 10-20 business days.Online Referral Form

Nondiscrimination Statement for WIC

The following is the Nondiscrimination Statement from the North Carolina Division of Public Health.

Prenatal CareNational Alliance on Mental Illness

Prenatal Care offers low risk maternity care by a Medical Doctor or a Family Nurse Practitioner, Pregnancy Medical Home (PCM), and postpartum/newborn home visit.


The Health Department offers required immunizations for children and elective immunizations for people of all ages.

Health Education

Our Health Education services provides health related presentations to clinic patients, schools, civic, and community groups.

Health Reports

Community Health Assessments 

State of the County’s Health Reports.