Sandy Teichmann, Administrator

 

Sandy has been with the Calhoun County Health Department for 11 years. She began her career with the Department in October 2008, as the WIC/FCM nurse, and through the years has worked in almost every program at CCHD. In December, 2019, Sandy was promoted from Director of Nursing to Public Health Administrator. She feels that her participation in various programs throughout the years helps her to be a well-rounded Administrator. Sandy is grateful for a staff that shares her goal of assuring that the people of Calhoun may live healthy lives. 

Jamie Bailey, RN

 

Jamie is a Registered Nurse and has been with the Calhoun County Health Department for 10 years.  She is involved in Home Health Care, 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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