The Florida Department of Health in Escambia County’s (DOH-Escambia) main facility, located on Fairfield Drive in Pensacola, has sustained major damage in the recent flood. This facility will remain closed until further notice.
All DOH-Escambia medical clinics provided at the Fairfield Drive location are currently suspended. We anticipate resuming clinic services, at a location yet to be determined, by the week of May 19. A phone number for scheduling appointments will be posted as soon as that information becomes available.
Other services usually provided at the Fairfield Drive facility are currently available at the following locations:
Vital Statistics(birth and death certificates): Northside Service Center, 8390 North Palafox Street, Pensacola, 850-484-5155
Immunizations: Northside Service Center, 8390 North Palafox Street, Pensacola, 850-484-5151
Northside Service Center, 8390 North Palafox Street, Pensacola,
Warrington Clinic, 3960 Navy Blvd. Suite 1, Pensacola
Molino Clinic, 3470 Highway 29 North, Cantonment
Telephone for all WIC Clinics: 850-484-5121
Established clinic patients needing medication refills call 850-595-6500.
Established clinic patients experiencing a medical emergency should go to an urgent care facility or hospital emergency department.
Pregnant women seeking presumptive Medicaid eligibility can apply online for Medicaid at: ACCESS Florida. Persons without internet access can visit a Department of Children and Families community partner to apply online.
Persons seeking DOH-Escambia services should consult this site daily for the most current details and contact information.
The Molino, Northside, and Downtown locations as well as the Warrington WIC office will continue normal operations with addition services as noted above.