Public Health Clinics

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Notice of Privacy Practices

Meet Ying, Nurse Practitioner in OrovilleYing Lo-Vang

The clinic is lucky to welcome Ying Lo-Vang, a Nurse Practitioner, to the Oroville Clinic. Ying, a long-time resident of Oroville, attended Chico State where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree. After graduating, she worked at Feather River Hospital, first as a medical/surgical nurse and then as an obstetrical nurse. She also spent a few years working with Oroville Hospital's OB department. With a hunger for more education and opportunity, Ying returned to school, earning her Master of Science in Nursing from Sonoma State. She is certified as a nurse practitioner through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners.

Ying was a young mother herself and has a vested interest in women's health, especially birth control, family planning, and prenatal care. According to Ying, it's important for sexually active women of all ages to have accessible birth control so they can have control over their family planning needs. Her favorite part of the job is interacting with clients. Ying, a mother of five ranging in age from five to 22, enjoys spending time with her family. With a large extended family, there's always something happening!


The health department operates two public health clinics that offer immunizations and travel consultation (Chico only). Low-Cost or free services are available. The clinics often take same or next-day appointments. All services are confidential.

Visit the Immunizations page for more information.

Testing & Screening

Confidential testing, counseling, and treatment are available at the Public Health Clinics, located in Oroville and Chico. Services include pregnancy testing, Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) testing, HIV / AIDS testing, Tuberculosis testing, and breast and cervical cancer screening.

Visit the Testing and Screening page for more information.

Family Planning

Our two Public Health Clinics provide confidential services that include annual exams, birth control resources, emergency contraception, age-appropriate health education for teens, pregnancy testing and education to promote healthy pregnancies.

Visit the Family Planning Page for more information.