HENDERSON, Nev. (AP) — Regional health officials say they plan to close one of five public health centers later this month in Clark County, and find a smaller place nearby.
The Southern Nevada Health District said Monday the Henderson Public Health Center will close June 24.
The services it provides — including immunizations and food handler safety cards — will continue to be offered at the district's four other facilities in Las Vegas, Mesquite and Laughlin.
Chief Health Officer Dr. Joe Iser says the district plans to find another place in Henderson and reopen later this year.
District spokeswoman Stephanie Bethel says the office at Lake Mead Parkway and Burkholder Boulevard was too big for the number of people who used it.