Door County Public Health

Door County Public Health The Mission of the Door County Public Health Department is to provide and coordinate services to create a healthy future for all Door County residents.
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Situational Update for May 19th
05/19/2020

Situational Update for May 19th

Wisconsin Department of Health Services
05/19/2020

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

An increase in numbers because of expanded testing. It is the key to helping us #SlowTheSpread of #COVID19_WI. And tests are available. If you have any symptoms or think you've been exposed, call your provider or log on to find a testing site near you: dhs.wisconsin.gov/testing

05/19/2020
Door County Medical Center

Door County Medical Center

Dr. Jim Heise, DCMC Chief Medical Officer, and Susan Powers, Public Health Manager/Health Officer of Door County Public Health, are LIVE for a conversation about COVID-19. They will share the most recent news on what is happening in our community and address viewers questions and concerns.

Additional Resources >

Door County Medical Center COVID-19 Online Information Center: https://www.dcmedical.org/coronavirus

Wisconsin Department of Health Services:
https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/index.htm?fbclid=IwAR1qKw-smSMXqCnglE2jm0It01G_gMvadJrGS7NRbUdFn0S73QpgWwuuXvQ

CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html

Wisconsin Department of Health Services
05/18/2020

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

See where Wisconsin stands when it comes to gating criteria, ensuring we can #SlowTheSpread of #COVID19_WI: dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/prepare.htm

Wisconsin Department of Health Services
05/17/2020

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

We are reporting new numbers today, and that Wisconsin has 52 active labs able to run more than 13,000 tests a day. If you have any #COVID19_WI symptoms or have been exposed to a positive case, call your doctor for a test or find a testing site: dhs.wisconsin.gov/testing

Think you have Lyme disease but don’t see a bullseye rash? You’re not alone; 20-30% of people with Lyme disease do not g...
05/17/2020

Think you have Lyme disease but don’t see a bullseye rash? You’re not alone; 20-30% of people with Lyme disease do not get a rash. Learn more about other common symptoms: http://b.link/aboutlymedisease #lymediseaseawarenessmonth

Wisconsin Department of Health Services
05/16/2020

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

We are seeing an increase in #COVID19_WI numbers because of an increase in testing. But remember, it's about the percentages. And that's part of the #BadgerBounceBack. We want to see the daily percent of positive cases decrease. Learn more: dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/data.htm

Governor Tony Evers
05/16/2020

Governor Tony Evers

Staying home is about more than protecting your health. When you stay home, you are helping keep your neighbors, your postal worker, your doctor, your grocery clerk, and so many more folks healthy and safe. Why do you stay home? #WIStaysHome

Wisconsin Department of Health Services
05/15/2020

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

We are making progress toward the #BadgerBounceBack. See how Wisconsin is moving forward: dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/prepare.htm

Wisconsin Department of Health Services
05/14/2020

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

An increase since yesterday - 373 new #COVID19_WI cases and 13 deaths. Burnett County is reporting a life lost for the first time, which is also that county's first case. Pepin County is also reporting a first case.
That means just two of Wisconsin's 72 counties have no cases - Langlade and Taylor. See the data: dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/data.htm

05/13/2020
Wearing a Mask

We are proud that Dr. Heise serves as Door County Public Health’s medical advisor- clearly he cares about our community!

Looks like we may be wearing masks for awhile! Join Dr. Jim Heise from Door County Medical Center as he talks about and demonstrates how to apply a mask.

Situation Update 05/12/2020
05/12/2020

Situation Update 05/12/2020

Wisconsin Department of Health Services
05/12/2020

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

New numbers and new green indicators on our #BadgerBounceBack gating criteria. Take a look: dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/prepare.htm

Thank you for all you do for our community Door County Sheriff's Office!
05/12/2020

Thank you for all you do for our community Door County Sheriff's Office!

National Police Week is May 10th-May 16th, 2020

Respect, Honor, Remember

In 1962 President Kennedy proclaimed May 15 as National Peace Officers Memorial Day and the calendar week in which May 15 falls as National Police Week.

National Police Week pays special recognition to those law enforcement officers who have lost their lives in the line of duty for the safety and protection of others.

National Police Week is a collaborative effort of many organizations dedicated to honoring America’s law enforcement community.

Thank you to all past, present and future Police Officers for what they do.

Thank you for all you do for our community Sturgeon Bay Police Department!
05/12/2020

Thank you for all you do for our community Sturgeon Bay Police Department!

National Police Week is May 10-16, 2020.

Each year, during National Police Week, our nation celebrates the contributions of law enforcement from around the country, recognizing their hard work, dedication, loyalty and commitment to keeping our communities safe.

The names of the fallen officers who have been added in 2020 to the wall at the National Law Enforcement Memorial will be read on Wednesday, May 13, 2020, during a Virtual Annual Candlelight Vigil. Because public events have been suspended as a result of COVID-19, the vigil will be livestreamed to the public at 8:00 pm (EDT). Register for the free online event at LawMemorial.org/webcast

Learn more about National Police Week and the virtual candlelight vigil at policeweek.org.

Thank you to our current staff:

Chief Porter
Captain Brinkman
Lieutenant Henry

Sergeant Investigator Hougaard
Sergeant Tassoul
Sergeant Albertson
Sergeant Coyhis

Officer Bilodeau
Officer Snover
Officer Jose
Officer Crabb
Officer Haack
Forensics Investigator Mielke
Officer Shew
Officer Hajny
Officer Deibele
School Resource Officer Mielke
Officer Gander
Officer Engebose
Officer Jennerjohn
Officer Zach
Officer Brandt

05/12/2020
Door County Medical Center

Door County Medical Center

Dr. Jim Heise, DCMC Chief Medical Officer, and Susan Powers, Public Health Manager/Health Officer of Door County Public Health, are LIVE for a conversation about COVID-19. They will share the most recent news on what is happening in our community and address viewers questions and concerns.

Additional Resources >

Door County Medical Center COVID-19 Online Information Center: https://www.dcmedical.org/coronavirus

Wisconsin Department of Health Services:
https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/index.htm?fbclid=IwAR1qKw-smSMXqCnglE2jm0It01G_gMvadJrGS7NRbUdFn0S73QpgWwuuXvQ

CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html

Wisconsin Department of Health Services
05/11/2020

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

An increase in numbers today, but another turn of the dial on #SaferAtHome. More Wisconsin businesses, including some retail, as well as drive-in theaters, are able to open with safety measures in place. Read the latest: content.govdelivery.com/accounts/WIGOV/bulletins/28af33b

05/10/2020
Wisconsin Department of Health Services

Currently all contact tracing for Door County cases is done by Door County Public Health with the assistance of staff from other divisions of the Door County Department of Health and Human Services.

"Thanks to our partnership with the Wisconsin National Guard, we are standing up more and more community testing sites across the state." Did you catch yesterday's briefing with #DHSWI Secretary-designee Andrea Palm and Governor Tony Evers? Much of it focused on testing. That's a key part of the #BadgerBounceBack, ensuring everyone who needs a test gets one. If you have #COVID19 symptoms, call your provider or log on to find a testing site: dhs.wisconsin.gov/testing

Wisconsin Department of Health Services
05/10/2020

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

280 new #COVID19_WI cases and 2 deaths since yesterday. One of those, coming from Calumet County, which is reporting a life lost for the first time. Get the latest data: dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/data.htm

Celebrating #mothersday virtually this year? Send Mom some flower and vegetable seeds and let her know you’re thinking o...
05/10/2020

Celebrating #mothersday virtually this year? Send Mom some flower and vegetable seeds and let her know you’re thinking of her. Gardening is great for the body and mind! http://b.link/gardeningbenefits

Wisconsin Department of Health Services
05/09/2020

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

An increase in #COVID19_WI cases because of an increase in tests. Testing is key to beating this virus. The more people who get tested, the better we can track the spread to box in this virus and open up the state. If you are having any COVID-19 symptoms, call your provider for a test or find a testing site near you: dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/testing.htm

Situation Update for May 7th
05/07/2020

Situation Update for May 7th

Door County Sheriff's Office
05/07/2020

Door County Sheriff's Office

Quick tip Tuesday:

Do you suspect a friend or loved one is suicidal? Know the warning signs. Don't sit by, get help immediately. Call 911 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK. Every life matters.

Wisconsin Department of Health Services
05/07/2020

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

Another 314 #COVID19_WI cases and 12 deaths since yesterday. While some of the gating criteria to get Wisconsin moving again has been met, we still have work to do. Take a look at the #BadgerBounceBack and where we are: dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/prepare.htm

Wisconsin Department of Health Services
05/06/2020

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

335 #COVID19_WI cases since yesterday, and an additional 9 deaths. Get the information you need: dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/index.htm

It’s #nationalnursesday! Thank a nurse for all they do to keep us healthy by staying #saferathome.
05/06/2020

It’s #nationalnursesday! Thank a nurse for all they do to keep us healthy by staying #saferathome.

Wisconsin Department of Health Services
05/05/2020

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

We are seeing 353 #COVID19_WI deaths today, up 13 from yesterday. And our teams are involved in 237 facility-wide public health investigations. Learn how those work: dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/investigations.htm

Address

421 Nebraska St
Sturgeon Bay, WI
54235

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 16:30
Tuesday 08:00 - 16:30
Wednesday 08:00 - 16:30
Thursday 08:00 - 16:30
Friday 08:00 - 16:30

Telephone

(920) 746-2234

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