Steve Shireman


Steve has been working for the Calhoun County Health Department since 1979.  He began with the Environmental Health Program and became the Administrator in 2006.  Steve is responsible for the overall direction of the department.   

Sandy Teichmann


Sandy has been with the Calhoun County Health Department for 5 years.  She is a Registered Nurse whose programs include WIC, Family Case Management, Immunizations, Lead, High Risk Infants, Emergency Preparedness, Breastfeeding Peer Counselor, Childhood Obesity, Women Out Walking, and Tobacco.  Sandy lives in Jerseyville with her husband and son, Scott and Jake. 

Jamie Bailey


Jamie is a Registered Nurse and has been with the Calhoun County Health Department for 3 years.  She is involved in Home Health Care, Illinois Breast and Cervical Cancer Program, Immunizations, and is a member of the Tri County AIDS Taskforce.  Jamie lives in Hardin with her husband and 2 sons.  

Calhoun County Health Department

210 French Street, Hardin, IL 62047

PHONE: 618-576-2428   FAX: 618-576-9391

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