Family Nurse Practitioner
Owner and Primary Care Provider
304 Chestnut St 740-754-2671
COV-19 Guidelines and Clinic Availability
Our office is open for normal business hours
Monday through Thursday 8:30 to 4:30pm and
Fridays 9 to Noon
We are offering tele-health by calling 740-586-2206.
Counseling Services are Available
Your concerns are important to us and therefore we have made our medical care available to meet your needs.
Dr. Thomas Forrestal M.D
Partners at Dresden Family Health Center
Dr. Don McNeil M.D.
Office hours Tuesday 9-4
Allergy/Immunology injections during our regular business hours
Expertise in the diagnosis and management of adults and children with allergic disorders, asthma and immunological diseases.
Anna Purkey, DNP
Family Nurse Practitioner
Women's Health, Pediatrics, Counseling, Geriatric Specialist
Jackie Sullivan, LMT
COVID-19 Vaccine Information
Muskingum County Emergency Management Agency
Joint Command for COVID 19
Question: When will vaccines be available for the general public?
Answer: The vaccine is being rolled out in phases to get vaccine in the arms of the most vulnerable
people first. We are currently in Phase 1B offering the vaccine to people over 75, those persons younger than 75 with congenital,
developmental or early-onset medical conditions, and all adults working in schools. After those are
done, the vaccine will be available for public use.
Question: When or how will I know when the vaccine is available for the general public?
Answer: There will be widely publicized announcements in news outlets, social media, and local
businesses. There are multiple locations that have been pre-authorized to provide vaccinations when it
is available to the general public, so it should not be difficult for anyone to receive.
Question: How much will the vaccine cost?
Answer: There will not out of pocket costs to the costs. The federal government will be covering the
cost of the vaccine for all Americans.
Question: What are possible side-effects of the vaccine?
Answer: Most people should not have significant side-effects. Mild side effects could include muscle pains, chills, and fatigue.
Question: Should I get the vaccine even if I had COVID-19?
Answer: Yes. It is not known how effective nor how long-lasting the immunity is from having the actual
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Accepting New Patients
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Tests, Procedures and Referrals
Full service lab testing center
Clinics and Counsel offered
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