Greenfield WI Health Department

Greenfield WI Health Department The Greenfield Health Department provides a variety of programs and services to meet our mission to assure optimal health and wellness of our community.

The Greenfield Health Department is committed to community health and wellness. The Greenfield Health Department provides programs and services in multiple areas, including communicable disease control, childhood and adult immunizations, restaurant and retail food inspections, community health education and outreach, emergency preparedness, and many more.

Mission: Our mission is to assure optimal health and wellness of all community members through protection, promotion, education and partnership.

Operating as usual

01/06/2021

January is Radon Action Month! The only way to know if your home has radon is to test it. Radon kits are available to Greenfield residents at the Greenfield Health Department for $5. Check out this short video for more information: http://b.link/radon10. #radonactionmonth

01/05/2021

We’re studying how COVID-19 has impacted our community’s social, physical, and economic wellbeing and our residents’ concerns, questions, and needs during this time. Our survey is available at rb.gy/2vnor5.

For additional information about the survey, please contact our project coordinator Lindsay Fuss at [email protected] or our health department liaison Darren Rausch at [email protected].

Happy New Year!
01/01/2021

Happy New Year!

Get ready for #radonactionmonth by buying a radon test kit for your home! You can get a test kit at most hardware stores...
12/30/2020

Get ready for #radonactionmonth by buying a radon test kit for your home! You can get a test kit at most hardware stores for about $20.

Weekly snapshot for week ending on December 26 is available. A COVID-19 data snapshot specific to the City of Greenfield...
12/30/2020

Weekly snapshot for week ending on December 26 is available. A COVID-19 data snapshot specific to the City of Greenfield will be provided to our community members on a weekly basis. The purpose of each snapshot is to provide a summary of important updates and COVID-19 data. The data in each weekly snapshot is run on Sundays and be available to the public no later than Tuesday. To view the reports, click or copy and paste the following link into your preferred browser: https://www.ci.greenfield.wi.us/1250/Weekly-Snapshot-City-of-Greenfield

Planning on making plenty of leftovers to enjoy in 2021? Remember this safety tip for #foodsafety!
12/29/2020

Planning on making plenty of leftovers to enjoy in 2021? Remember this safety tip for #foodsafety!

For providers that would like to become a COVID-19 vaccination location or affiliated with a vaccination location, and f...
12/28/2020

For providers that would like to become a COVID-19 vaccination location or affiliated with a vaccination location, and for residents who would like to register for the vaccine, can do so at healthymke.com. More information about vaccine availability and eligibility will be made public as soon as possible.

12/28/2020

We’re studying how COVID-19 has impacted our community’s social, physical, and economic wellbeing and our residents’ concerns, questions, and needs during this time.

If you live in Greenfield and are 18 years of age or older- take our survey here: rb.gy/2vnor5.

For additional information about the survey, please contact our project coordinator Lindsay Fuss at [email protected] or our health department liaison Darren Rausch at [email protected].

Wishing you all a happy and healthy holiday season ❄.
12/25/2020

Wishing you all a happy and healthy holiday season ❄.

Keep your paws 🐾 clean this holiday season before and after handling raw meat, poultry, eggs, and seafood!
12/23/2020

Keep your paws 🐾 clean this holiday season before and after handling raw meat, poultry, eggs, and seafood!

Weekly snapshot for week ending on December 19 is available. A COVID-19 data snapshot specific to the City of Greenfield...
12/22/2020

Weekly snapshot for week ending on December 19 is available. A COVID-19 data snapshot specific to the City of Greenfield will be provided to our community members on a weekly basis. The purpose of each snapshot is to provide a summary of important updates and COVID-19 data. The data in each weekly snapshot is run on Sundays and be available to the public no later than Tuesday. To view the reports, click or copy and paste the following link into your preferred browser: https://www.ci.greenfield.wi.us/1250/Weekly-Snapshot-City-of-Greenfield

12/22/2020
We want to hear from you, City of Greenfield Residents! 😊 For selected neighborhoods, please keep a look out for a Green...
12/22/2020

We want to hear from you, City of Greenfield Residents! 😊

For selected neighborhoods, please keep a look out for a Greenfield Health Department letter you will be receiving in the mail over the next few days. Even if your neighborhood does not receive this letter, we encourage residents who live within the geographical boundaries to access the survey here: rb.gy/2vnor5.

If you live within one of the black square boxes, (or can share with someone who does), and are 18 years and older, take our survey!

Block 1: East 124th Street to West South 108th Street
Block 2: East South 60th to West South 27th Street

We’re studying how COVID-19 has impacted our community’s social, physical, and economic wellbeing and our residents’ concerns, questions, and needs during this time.

What is your favorite holiday dish? Remember #foodsafety when serving your holiday favorites this year!
12/21/2020

What is your favorite holiday dish? Remember #foodsafety when serving your holiday favorites this year!

Winter is officially here! Cold air, holiday decorations, and stress can all trigger #asthma attacks. Make sure you’re a...
12/21/2020

Winter is officially here! Cold air, holiday decorations, and stress can all trigger #asthma attacks. Make sure you’re aware of these seasonal triggers: http://b.link/asthmatriggers

Remember to take care of you this winter ❄. #resilientWI
12/20/2020

Remember to take care of you this winter ❄. #resilientWI

Remember, if it’s too cold for you, it’s probably too cold for your pet. Keep them safe and warm inside. Learn more abou...
12/19/2020
Cold Weather Safety Tips

Remember, if it’s too cold for you, it’s probably too cold for your pet. Keep them safe and warm inside. Learn more about how to care for your pet during winter months: http://b.link/winterpetcare

Exposure to winter’s dry, cold air and chilly rain, sleet and snow can cause chapped paws and itchy, flaking skin, but these aren’t the only discomforts pets can suffer. To help prevent cold weather dangers from affecting your pet’s health, please heed this advice from our experts.

12/18/2020
Looking for a gift for that special someone?  Give the gift of a safe home with carbon monoxide detectors, weather radio...
12/16/2020

Looking for a gift for that special someone? Give the gift of a safe home with carbon monoxide detectors, weather radios, and radon test kits. Learn more about these environmental health topics at http://b.link/healthyhome

12/15/2020
Weekly snapshot for week ending on December 12 is available. A COVID-19 data snapshot specific to the City of Greenfield...
12/15/2020

Weekly snapshot for week ending on December 12 is available. A COVID-19 data snapshot specific to the City of Greenfield will be provided to our community members on a weekly basis. The purpose of each snapshot is to provide a summary of important updates and COVID-19 data. The data in each weekly snapshot is run on Sundays and be available to the public no later than Tuesday. To view the reports, click or copy and paste the following link into your preferred browser: https://www.ci.greenfield.wi.us/1250/Weekly-Snapshot-City-of-Greenfield

Make sure to review your family’s emergency plan before the storm hits. Get information on what to include in your plan:...
12/14/2020
Winter Weather | Ready.gov

Make sure to review your family’s emergency plan before the storm hits. Get information on what to include in your plan: http://b.link/winter-weather

Winter storms create a higher risk of car accidents, hypothermia, frostbite, carbon monoxide poisoning, and heart attacks from overexertion. Winter storms including blizzards can bring extreme cold, freezing rain, snow, ice and high winds. A winter storm can: Last a few hours or several days. Cut of...

Greenfield Testing and Burden Rate Data. Each week we will generate a report for the most recent Greenfield Testing and ...
12/10/2020

Greenfield Testing and Burden Rate Data. Each week we will generate a report for the most recent Greenfield Testing and Burden Rate Data. This report will be shared weekly on Fridays. To view the reports, click or copy and paste the following link into your preferred browser: https://www.ci.greenfield.wi.us/1250/Weekly-Snapshot-City-of-Greenfield

It’s National Influenza Vaccination Week! This week is another reminder that there is still time to roll your #SleeveUp ...
12/10/2020

It’s National Influenza Vaccination Week! This week is another reminder that there is still time to roll your #SleeveUp and get your annual flu shot to protect yourself and your loved ones. It’s especially important for people with certain chronic conditions like asthma, heart disease, and diabetes to get vaccinated. Find a vaccination location near you: vaccinefinder.org

Staying close to home for the holidays? Check out some of the beautiful hiking and snowshoeing trails in your neck of th...
12/09/2020

Staying close to home for the holidays? Check out some of the beautiful hiking and snowshoeing trails in your neck of the woods: http://b.link/trails

Weekly snapshot for week ending on December 5 is available. A COVID-19 data snapshot specific to the City of Greenfield ...
12/08/2020

Weekly snapshot for week ending on December 5 is available. A COVID-19 data snapshot specific to the City of Greenfield will be provided to our community members on a weekly basis. The purpose of each snapshot is to provide a summary of important updates and COVID-19 data. The data in each weekly snapshot is run on Sundays and be available to the public no later than Tuesday. To view the reports, click or copy and paste the following link into your preferred browser: https://www.ci.greenfield.wi.us/1250/Weekly-Snapshot-City-of-Greenfield

12/08/2020
12/07/2020
Winter storms can lead to power outages. Here’s everything you need to know about keeping food safe before, during, and ...
12/07/2020

Winter storms can lead to power outages. Here’s everything you need to know about keeping food safe before, during, and after an outage: http://b.link/food-power-outage

What is your favorite winter sport to do? Maybe it is skiing 🎿, snowboarding 🏂, ice skating ⛸, or sledding 🛷? Drop your ...
12/04/2020

What is your favorite winter sport to do? Maybe it is skiing 🎿, snowboarding 🏂, ice skating ⛸, or sledding 🛷? Drop your winter sports in the comments below ⬇️ and remember #helmetsafety this winter!

12/02/2020

Address

7325 W Forest Home Ave
Greenfield, WI
53220

General information

The Greenfield Health Department is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM. After regular office hours health care providers reporting a condition of urgent health importance may call the Greenfield Police Dispatch at their non-emergency number, (414) 761-5300. A Health Department staff member will return your call as soon as possible.

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00

Telephone

(414) 329-5275

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Our Story

In partnership with our community, we will seek to improve the quality of life for our citizens and businesses by reducing the fear of crime and disorder through the implementation of problem-oriented and data-driven approaches embodying our motto “pledged to progress” and our guiding principles of Honor, Integrity, Courage, Competence, and Restraint.

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