Health Department

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The Sampson County Health Department is dedicated to ensuring that everyone who resides in Sampson County has the best possible health status. As an equal opportunity provider, we strive to promote healthy behaviors, prevent diseases and educate citizens on health issues.

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Community Health Survey

Please complete the 2024 Community Health Survey.

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Naloxone Reversal Survey

Got Naloxone? Click the Survey Monkey logo below to anonymously and confidentially report the location of a drug overdose reversal using Naloxone.

Consumer Input Survey

Share your opinion on the services offered by Sampson County Health Department.


TestAndGo Self-Service Kiosk

Free COVID-19 Testing and Naloxone Kits are now available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through a self-service kiosk at Sampson County Health Department

COVID-19 Testing
The testing kiosk dispenses a test kit that includes a nasal swab, like other at-home tests, and instructions on collecting the specimen. There is no out-of-pocket cost for the tests provided through the kiosk, but for those individuals with insurance, their insurance will be billed for the test. Read self-test package inserts thoroughly and follow the instructions closely when performing the test.

PCR Tests:
Once the specimen is collected, it is safely packaged back into the kit and placed in the kiosk. The specimens are picked up daily and sent to an accredited lab for PCR testing. In many cases, individuals will receive notification of their test results by email or text within 48 hours of specimen collection.

Antigen (Rapid) Tests
Self-tests, or at-home tests, are antigen tests that can be taken anywhere without having to go to a specific testing site and detect current infection. Once the specimen is collected, antigen tests usually produce results in 10-15 minutes.

Naloxone Kits
Naloxone is a life-saving medication that can reverse an overdose from opioids – including heroin, fentanyl, and prescription medications – when given in time. Naloxone is easy to use and small to carry. Naloxone Nasal Spray is one form of naloxone that anyone can use without medical training or authorization.

Kiosk Video

How to use Naloxone Nasal Spray


If you are coming to the Sampson County Health Department, please watch this video and be familiar with our building.

North Carolina Local Health Department Accreditation Board

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