LCHD FOOD INSPECTIONS 05/01/2011-08/31/2011
New World Video & Tanning 95 Regular 99 Follow-up
Mister Sno 94 Regular 98 Follow-up
Dollar Discount 94 Regular 98 Follow-up
Family Dollar 95 Regular 99 Follow-up
Riverview Pay Lake 99 Regular
Ralph’s Market 97 Regular
Nannie’s Ice Cream 100 Regular
Fast Lane Discount Tobacco 96 Regular
Save a Lot 97 Regular
Yatesville Lake St. Park 100 Regular
Case Mart 83 Regular 94 Follow-up Food
93 Regular 100 Follow-up Retail
32 BP, Inc. 97 Regular Food
87 Regular 94 Follow-up Retail
Yatesville Lake Eagle Ridge 100 Regular Food
100 Regular Retail
Speedway 92 Regular 98 Follow-up Food
92 Regular 98 Follow-up Retail
Liberty Place 97 Regular Food
98 Regular Retail
Wal Mart 100 Regular Food
Three Rivers Food Mart 87 Regular 94 Follow-up Food
Larry’s Grocery 97 Regular Food
Sunshine Energy 92 Regular Food
96 Regular 99 Follow-up Retail
Farmers One Stop 85 Regular 89 Follow-up Food
91 Regular Retail
Fallsburg Country Store 96 Regular Food
96 Regular Retail
Sunoco Food Mkt. Falls Ck. 99 Regular Food
Camp Caleb 94 Regular 100 Follow-up
Trinity Christian Academy 98 Regular
Louisa East Elem. 96 Regular 100 Follow-up
Lawrence Co. Band 98 Regular 100 Follow-up
Louisa Middle School 91 Regular 99 Follow-up
Gabriel’s Toro Loco 86 Regular 94 Follow-up
Louisa West Elem. 97 Regular
Lawrence Co. High School 98 Regular
Dee’s Drive Inn 86 Regular 91 Follow-up
Donna’s Catering 100 Regular
Giovanni’s 86 Regular 97 Follow-up
Blaine Elem. 100 Regular
Old China Buffet 99 Regular
Fallsburg Elem. 99 Regular
Arby’s 99 Regular
Rocky Tops 87 Regular 91 Follow-up
McDonald’s 100 Regular
JJ Jordan 99 Regular
Three Rivers Medical Center 100 Regular
Taco Bell 95 Regular
Wendy’s 100 Regular
Louisa United Methodist Ch. 100 Regular
KFC 98 Regular
Papa John’s 99 Regular
Dock’s Pizza 93 Regular 98 Follow-up
Burger King 98 Regular
Hardee’s 98 Regular
Fallsburg Pizza 94 Regular
Brad’s Pit BBQ 98 Regular
Baskin Robbins 95 Regular
(a) If the rating score of the establishment is eighty-five (85) or more, all violations of one (1) or two (2) point items shall be corrected prior to the next routine inspection.
(b) If the rating score of the establishment is at least seventy (70) but not more than eighty-four (84), all violations of one (1) or two (2) point items shall be corrected within a period not to exceed thirty (30) days.
(c) Regardless of the rating score of the establishment, all violations of three (3), four (4), or five (5) point items shall be corrected within a time period specified by the cabinet but not to exceed ten (10) days.
(d) If the rating score of the establishment is less than seventy (70), the establishment shall be issued a notice of intent to suspend the permit.
Louisa, Ky. -- Three Rivers Medical Center has added an additional drive-thru vaccination date.
On Thursday, September 29, 2011 the hospital will hold a drive-thru vaccination clinic at the front entrance of the hospital. The drive-thru clinic will be held from noon – 6:00 p.m. or until the supply is deleted.
Also, a reminder the last, planned, drive-thru vaccination clinic will be held on Thursday, October 13 from 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
The shot will be $20.00. If you are a Medicare patient and bring your Medicare card, your vaccine will be billed to Medicare.
For more questions, please contact the hospital at 606-638-9451.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends everyone six months and older receive the seasonal flu vaccine every season.
Three Rivers Medical Center is a 90-bed, acute care facility. It is accredited by The Joint Commission. TRMC offers cardiology, general/bariatric surgery, orthopedics, urology, gynecology, ophthalmology, otolaryngology, gastroenterology, podiatry, 24-hour emergency care, diagnostic radiology, sleep lab, wound care rehabilitative services and mental health.
The annual Appalachian Regional Commission Conference took place September 7 through 9 at the Jenny WileyState Park Conference Center in Prestonsburg. With a theme of “Healthy Families, Healthy Futures”, the focus of the conference was on the health needs most prevalent in the multi-state region of Appalachia. Health officials, educators and community leaders met to share information on progress that is being made, needs that are still pressing and programs that are finding success through local coalitions.
Topics discussed included expanding health-care access for children, preventing substance abuse among adolescents, improving children’s oral health and using information technology to improve the quality of health care.
The Lawrence County Health Department was represented at the conference by Director Faith Frazier, Nutritionist/Health Educator Carolyn McGinn and Community Outreach Worker Patricia
And Patricia Machir, of the LCHD was an invited speaker for the Friday morning session entitled “Community-Based Approaches to Health Promotion and Disease Prevention”. This session described health promotion and disease prevention concepts, and present best practices from Appalachian communities. Machir reported on the creation and activities of the year-old Lawrence County Smile Savers oral health coalition. Formed as the result of an ARC grant to the County, the Smile Savers group sponsors several programs educating parents and students about the importance of good dental health care, and assisting local dentists in providing screening services to children in the county’s schools.
“Mojo”, the Smile Savers’ dental demonstration puppet, (shown at right) was also a part of the morning’s program. Mojo is used to demonstrate proper cleaning techniques in classes for younger children. Other programs initiated by the Smile Savers group include in-school teeth screenings during the Readi-Fests and the on-going “Keep Your 32” program for LCHS ninth grade students.
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