Supporting optimal health and well-being with a focus on prevention. Click "About" to learn more! Public health nursing services are available free of charge to Mattapoisett residents of all ages.
Mattapoisett Public Health
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Promoting Community Health and Well Being
Public health nursing services are available free of charge to Mattapoisett residents of all ages. Services Include: * Wound Assessment * Dressing Change * Integrative Health and Nutrition Information * Blood Pressure Monitoring * Explanation of Lab Results * Tuberculosis Screening (Mantoux skin test) * Individual and Family Health Counseling * Health Liaison * Referrals * Breastfeeding and Newborn Care Guidance (Telephone consultation/Home visits) * Welcome Baby! (Community resources/Support) * Routine Adult Vaccinations (State-supplied when available) * Vitamin B12 injections (as prescribed) * Allergy injections (as prescribed) * Annual Flu Vaccination Clinic (October) * Safe Sharps Program (Sharps disposal/Replacement sharps containers) * Home visits to homebound residents (Assessment/Guidance/ Referral) * Emergency Preparedness (Information/Guidance) Walk-In Clinic @ Center School: Clinic open to Mattapoisett residents of all ages. Clinic hours are Tuesday and Thursday mornings 10:00 AM -12:00 PM or by appointment. Walk-In Clinic @ Village Court: Clinic open to residents of Village Court. Clinic hours are Tuesdays 3:00PM - 4:00PM in the Community Room. In addition to the regularly scheduled clinics, services are available Monday-Friday by appointment. For more information, please call the Public Health Nursing Office at 508-758-4118. Home visits by Appointment (for homebound residents and residents with limited mobility): Health assessment and/or referral. For more information and/or to schedule a home visit, please call the Public Health Nursing Office at 508-758-4118. Maternal and Child Health Services: Breastfeeding and newborn care guidance offered free of charge. For more information, please call the Public Health Nursing Office at 508-758-4118.