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Don't miss out on our last public mass flu vaccination clinic of the season! Join us at the West Allis Senior Center tom...
10/28/2021

Don't miss out on our last public mass flu vaccination clinic of the season! Join us at the West Allis Senior Center tomorrow from 1 p.m.-3 p.m. to get your flu shot! No appointment needed.

Visit www.westalliswi.gov/flu to find out more information about the required documentation needed to receive your shot!

鉁匒s a reminder, per the CDC, it is safe to receive the COVID-19 vaccine AND the flu vaccine without waiting 2 weeks in between. Keep in mind, COVID-19 and the Flu are two different viruses. The COVID-19 vaccine does NOT protect you against the Flu and the Flu vaccine does NOT protect you against COVID-19.

Don't miss out on our last public mass flu vaccination clinic of the season! Join us at the West Allis Senior Center tomorrow from 1 p.m.-3 p.m. to get your flu shot! No appointment needed.

Visit www.westalliswi.gov/flu to find out more information about the required documentation needed to receive your shot!

鉁匒s a reminder, per the CDC, it is safe to receive the COVID-19 vaccine AND the flu vaccine without waiting 2 weeks in between. Keep in mind, COVID-19 and the Flu are two different viruses. The COVID-19 vaccine does NOT protect you against the Flu and the Flu vaccine does NOT protect you against COVID-19.

Using a car seat or booster seat correctly can help prevent injuries and even death. Talk to a Child Passenger Technicia...
10/26/2021

Using a car seat or booster seat correctly can help prevent injuries and even death. Talk to a Child Passenger Technician on how to safely install and use a car seat. Learn more about our Child Passenger Safety Seat Program by visiting https://www.westalliswi.gov/1897/Car-Seat-Program

Al usar correctamente un asiento de seguridad para ni帽os en el autom贸vil o un asiento elevado pueden ayudar a prevenir lesiones e incluso la muerte. Obtenga m谩s informaci贸n sobre nuestro Programa de Asientos de Seguridad para ni帽os visitando https://www.westalliswi.gov/1897/Car-Seat-Program o llamando al 414-302-8620 para m谩s informaci贸n sobre c贸mo instalar y usar de forma segura un asiento de seguridad.

Using a car seat or booster seat correctly can help prevent injuries and even death. Talk to a Child Passenger Technician on how to safely install and use a car seat. Learn more about our Child Passenger Safety Seat Program by visiting https://www.westalliswi.gov/1897/Car-Seat-Program

Al usar correctamente un asiento de seguridad para ni帽os en el autom贸vil o un asiento elevado pueden ayudar a prevenir lesiones e incluso la muerte. Obtenga m谩s informaci贸n sobre nuestro Programa de Asientos de Seguridad para ni帽os visitando https://www.westalliswi.gov/1897/Car-Seat-Program o llamando al 414-302-8620 para m谩s informaci贸n sobre c贸mo instalar y usar de forma segura un asiento de seguridad.

Does your child still need to get caught up on back to school immunizations? The Health Department will be providing ano...
10/26/2021

Does your child still need to get caught up on back to school immunizations? The Health Department will be providing another immunization clinic on Wednesday, November 3 from 3:30 p.m.-6 p.m.

Call 414-302-8600 to make an appointment.

Good news, mom! Kids who participate in WIC are more likely to receive regular healthcare and get fewer childhood illnes...
10/25/2021

Good news, mom!

Kids who participate in WIC are more likely to receive regular healthcare and get fewer childhood illnesses like ear infections, stomach viruses, and colds.
#momstrong

Good news, mom!

Kids who participate in WIC are more likely to receive regular healthcare and get fewer childhood illnesses like ear infections, stomach viruses, and colds.
#momstrong

馃弲 West Allis is a proud recipient of the GOLD Wisconsin Healthy Communities Designation 馃弲West Allis had previously recei...
10/25/2021

馃弲 West Allis is a proud recipient of the GOLD Wisconsin Healthy Communities Designation 馃弲

West Allis had previously received a Silver designation in 2018 for work made towards improving local health. Reaching this higher tier is recognition of the significant progress made in those efforts.

To learn more visit: https://bit.ly/2ZdPugK

馃弲 West Allis is a proud recipient of the GOLD Wisconsin Healthy Communities Designation 馃弲

West Allis had previously received a Silver designation in 2018 for work made towards improving local health. Reaching this higher tier is recognition of the significant progress made in those efforts.

To learn more visit: https://bit.ly/2ZdPugK

馃敻Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Week馃敻Did you know? Low levels of lead found in the blood can affect learning, abili...
10/24/2021

馃敻Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Week馃敻
Did you know? Low levels of lead found in the blood can affect learning, ability to pay attention and academic achievement. The good news is lead poisoning is 100% preventable. Visit https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/lead/clppp-info.htm to find out more information on how you can prevent your child from lead poisoning. #leadsafewisconsin

馃敻Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Week馃敻
Did you know? Low levels of lead found in the blood can affect learning, ability to pay attention and academic achievement. The good news is lead poisoning is 100% preventable. Visit https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/lead/clppp-info.htm to find out more information on how you can prevent your child from lead poisoning. #leadsafewisconsin

Enjoy the beautiful colors of fall by heading out for a bike ride at one of the many parks that our West Allis/West Milw...
10/22/2021

Enjoy the beautiful colors of fall by heading out for a bike ride at one of the many parks that our West Allis/West Milwaukee community has to offer. Biking is a great activity to enjoy as a family, with friends or alone. But, don鈥檛 forget to wear your helmet!

Obtain a free adult size helmet by calling the West Allis Health Department at 414-302-8620 to schedule a helmet fitting. We also have children鈥檚 size helmets for a reduced price. Learn more at https://www.westalliswi.gov/1831/Bike-Helmets

Enjoy the beautiful colors of fall by heading out for a bike ride at one of the many parks that our West Allis/West Milwaukee community has to offer. Biking is a great activity to enjoy as a family, with friends or alone. But, don鈥檛 forget to wear your helmet!

Obtain a free adult size helmet by calling the West Allis Health Department at 414-302-8620 to schedule a helmet fitting. We also have children鈥檚 size helmets for a reduced price. Learn more at https://www.westalliswi.gov/1831/Bike-Helmets

As a local health department we are required by law to complete follow-up with any members of the community that test po...
10/21/2021

As a local health department we are required by law to complete follow-up with any members of the community that test positive for diseases that can be passed from person to person.

Follow up consists of a series of disease related questions including discussion about treatment options. For a more detailed list of reportable diseases, please visit https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/disease/diseasereporting.htm and expect a call from us! 馃摓

As a local health department we are required by law to complete follow-up with any members of the community that test positive for diseases that can be passed from person to person.

Follow up consists of a series of disease related questions including discussion about treatment options. For a more detailed list of reportable diseases, please visit https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/disease/diseasereporting.htm and expect a call from us! 馃摓

Superhero Training Day + Flu Vaccines Today!!!3-7pm @ the West Allis-West Milwaukee Recreation & Community Services Depa...
10/19/2021

Superhero Training Day + Flu Vaccines Today!!!

3-7pm @ the West Allis-West Milwaukee Recreation & Community Services Department

Children 18 and under free! All children who get vaccinated and complete the obstacle course will receive a star medal and superhero lollipop馃Ω馃徎鈥嶁檧锔忦煃

Please bring all insurance cards including
Forwardhealth, Medicare & Medicare Advantage Plans

Children 3-18 YRS: NO COST from October - December, while supplies last.

Children 6MO - 18 YRS: $30 for quadrivalent dose (Cash or Check ONLY) or
NO COST IF:
- Child has no health insurance
- Child has health insurance but vaccines are not covered
- Child has Medicaid (ForwardHealth)
- Child is American Indian or Alaskan Native

Adults 19-64 yrs: $30 for quadrivalent dose (Cash or Check ONLY). NO COST for individuals with Medicaid (ForwardHealth) or Medicare Part B

Adults 65+ YRS: $60 for high dose (Cash or Check ONLY). NO COST for individuals with Medicaid (ForwardHealth) or Medicare Part B

Superhero Training Day + Flu Vaccines Today!!!

3-7pm @ the West Allis-West Milwaukee Recreation & Community Services Department

Children 18 and under free! All children who get vaccinated and complete the obstacle course will receive a star medal and superhero lollipop馃Ω馃徎鈥嶁檧锔忦煃

Please bring all insurance cards including
Forwardhealth, Medicare & Medicare Advantage Plans

Children 3-18 YRS: NO COST from October - December, while supplies last.

Children 6MO - 18 YRS: $30 for quadrivalent dose (Cash or Check ONLY) or
NO COST IF:
- Child has no health insurance
- Child has health insurance but vaccines are not covered
- Child has Medicaid (ForwardHealth)
- Child is American Indian or Alaskan Native

Adults 19-64 yrs: $30 for quadrivalent dose (Cash or Check ONLY). NO COST for individuals with Medicaid (ForwardHealth) or Medicare Part B

Adults 65+ YRS: $60 for high dose (Cash or Check ONLY). NO COST for individuals with Medicaid (ForwardHealth) or Medicare Part B

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10/19/2021

TODAY鈥硷笍鈥硷笍

The West Allis Health Department will be providing a flu vaccine clinic at the West Allis/West Milwaukee Recreation Department.

馃敶 In addition to receiving the flu vaccine, children will have the chance to become a Superhero by completing the 鈥淪uperhero in Training鈥 obstacle course put on by the Rec Department staff. 馃敶

Don鈥檛 miss the fun! 馃
Tuesday, October 19, 2021 from 3p.m.鈥7 p.m.
West Allis/West Milwaukee Rec Department
2450 S. 68th St.

Be a #FluFighter. Get the flu vaccine!

鉁匒s a reminder, per the CDC, it is safe to receive the COVID-19 vaccine AND the flu vaccine without waiting 2 weeks in between. Keep in mind, COVID-19 and the Flu are two different viruses. The COVID-19 vaccine does NOT protect you against the Flu and the Flu vaccine does NOT protect you against COVID-19.

The West Allis Senior Center will be hosting 2 informational sessions presented by the Milwaukee County Department on Ag...
10/18/2021

The West Allis Senior Center will be hosting 2 informational sessions presented by the Milwaukee County Department on Aging.

On Wednesday, 10/20 at 1 p.m. Medicare Gap Plans will be the topic of discussion.
On Thursday, 10/21 at 1 p.m. Fun Things to do in Milwaukee is the topic of discussion.

Both sessions will be hosted at the Senior Center located at 7001 W. National Ave.

Membership is not required to participate.

The West Allis Senior Center will be hosting 2 informational sessions presented by the Milwaukee County Department on Aging.

On Wednesday, 10/20 at 1 p.m. Medicare Gap Plans will be the topic of discussion.
On Thursday, 10/21 at 1 p.m. Fun Things to do in Milwaukee is the topic of discussion.

Both sessions will be hosted at the Senior Center located at 7001 W. National Ave.

Membership is not required to participate.

Know someone who might qualify for WIC? Tell her about us! She can find out more at signupwic.com/local or she can call ...
10/17/2021

Know someone who might qualify for WIC? Tell her about us!

She can find out more at signupwic.com/local or she can call the West Allis WIC Program at 414-302-8642.
#spreadtheword

Know someone who might qualify for WIC? Tell her about us!

She can find out more at signupwic.com/local or she can call the West Allis WIC Program at 414-302-8642.
#spreadtheword

The West Allis Health Department will be providing a flu vaccine clinic at the West Allis/West Milwaukee Recreation Depa...
10/15/2021

The West Allis Health Department will be providing a flu vaccine clinic at the West Allis/West Milwaukee Recreation Department.

馃敶 In addition to receiving the flu vaccine, children will have the chance to become a Superhero by completing the 鈥淪uperhero in Training鈥 obstacle course put on by the Rec Department staff. 馃敶

Don鈥檛 miss the fun! 馃
Tuesday, October 19, 2021 from 3p.m.鈥7 p.m.
West Allis/West Milwaukee Rec Department
2450 S. 68th St.

Be a #FluFighter. Get the flu vaccine!

鉁匒s a reminder, per the CDC, it is safe to receive the COVID-19 vaccine AND the flu vaccine without waiting 2 weeks in between. Keep in mind, COVID-19 and the Flu are two different viruses. The COVID-19 vaccine does NOT protect you against the Flu and the Flu vaccine does NOT protect you against COVID-19.

The West Allis Health Department will be providing a flu vaccine clinic at the West Allis/West Milwaukee Recreation Department.

馃敶 In addition to receiving the flu vaccine, children will have the chance to become a Superhero by completing the 鈥淪uperhero in Training鈥 obstacle course put on by the Rec Department staff. 馃敶

Don鈥檛 miss the fun! 馃
Tuesday, October 19, 2021 from 3p.m.鈥7 p.m.
West Allis/West Milwaukee Rec Department
2450 S. 68th St.

Be a #FluFighter. Get the flu vaccine!

鉁匒s a reminder, per the CDC, it is safe to receive the COVID-19 vaccine AND the flu vaccine without waiting 2 weeks in between. Keep in mind, COVID-19 and the Flu are two different viruses. The COVID-19 vaccine does NOT protect you against the Flu and the Flu vaccine does NOT protect you against COVID-19.

Did you know? There are limitations on the amount of dogs and/or cats you can have in one household? 馃惄馃悎The Animal Fancie...
10/14/2021

Did you know? There are limitations on the amount of dogs and/or cats you can have in one household? 馃惄馃悎

The Animal Fancier outlines the maximum amount of dogs and/or cats that are allowed in a single dwelling. Our furry friends are also required to be licensed in the City of West Allis. Visit our website to find out more about the Animal Fancier and how to obtain a pet license. https://www.westalliswi.gov/337/Dog-Cat-Licenses

Did you know? There are limitations on the amount of dogs and/or cats you can have in one household? 馃惄馃悎

The Animal Fancier outlines the maximum amount of dogs and/or cats that are allowed in a single dwelling. Our furry friends are also required to be licensed in the City of West Allis. Visit our website to find out more about the Animal Fancier and how to obtain a pet license. https://www.westalliswi.gov/337/Dog-Cat-Licenses

This October the West Allis Health Department urges residents to celebrate Halloween and other fall festivities safely. ...
10/13/2021

This October the West Allis Health Department urges residents to celebrate Halloween and other fall festivities safely. To learn more visit www.westalliswi.gov/covidvaccine

***Data source change: Due to a change in data availability, the "Cumulative total number of reported COVID-19 deaths among confirmed COVID-19 cases by date of deaths in Milwaukee County" is now being sourced from The Wisconsin Department of Health Services COVID-19 County Data. Previously Milwaukee County COVID-19 related deaths data was being reported from the Milwaukee County COVID-19 Dashboard. Find this data and more at: https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/county.htm

This October the West Allis Health Department urges residents to celebrate Halloween and other fall festivities safely. To learn more visit www.westalliswi.gov/covidvaccine

***Data source change: Due to a change in data availability, the "Cumulative total number of reported COVID-19 deaths among confirmed COVID-19 cases by date of deaths in Milwaukee County" is now being sourced from The Wisconsin Department of Health Services COVID-19 County Data. Previously Milwaukee County COVID-19 related deaths data was being reported from the Milwaukee County COVID-19 Dashboard. Find this data and more at: https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/covid-19/county.htm

Rain or shine Drive Thru Flu Vaccine Clinic today at the West Allis Farmers Market from 2-6pm. You can stay in your car ...
10/13/2021

Rain or shine Drive Thru Flu Vaccine Clinic today at the West Allis Farmers Market from 2-6pm. You can stay in your car the whole time, no need to get out and get wet. Hope to see you there! 馃拤

Rain or shine Drive Thru Flu Vaccine Clinic today at the West Allis Farmers Market from 2-6pm. You can stay in your car the whole time, no need to get out and get wet. Hope to see you there! 馃拤

October is National Protect Your Hearing Month! 馃憘馃徑  Did you know? Hearing loss is the third most common chronic health c...
10/12/2021

October is National Protect Your Hearing Month! 馃憘馃徑

Did you know? Hearing loss is the third most common chronic health condition in the United States. Repeated exposure to loud noises can cause future hearing problems.

Our Community Health Technicians offer hearing screenings to students in the community to help detect any possible hearing problems. Visit our website at https://www.westalliswi.gov/184/Health to learn more about the services offered at the West Allis Health Department.

Check out these helpful tips on how you can prevent hearing loss!

October is National Protect Your Hearing Month! 馃憘馃徑

Did you know? Hearing loss is the third most common chronic health condition in the United States. Repeated exposure to loud noises can cause future hearing problems.

Our Community Health Technicians offer hearing screenings to students in the community to help detect any possible hearing problems. Visit our website at https://www.westalliswi.gov/184/Health to learn more about the services offered at the West Allis Health Department.

Check out these helpful tips on how you can prevent hearing loss!

馃敶 REMINDER: Public Drive-Thru Flu Clinic @ the Farmer's Market 馃敶Visit www.westalliswi.gov/flu to find out what you MUST ...
10/11/2021

馃敶 REMINDER: Public Drive-Thru Flu Clinic @ the Farmer's Market 馃敶

Visit www.westalliswi.gov/flu to find out what you MUST bring to receive your flu vaccine.

See you there! 馃憢馃徑

馃敶 REMINDER: Public Drive-Thru Flu Clinic @ the Farmer's Market 馃敶

Visit www.westalliswi.gov/flu to find out what you MUST bring to receive your flu vaccine.

See you there! 馃憢馃徑

Address

7120 W National Ave
West Allis, WI
53214

General information

Immunization Clinic Hours: Wednesdays: 8:30 am -11:30 pm Thursdays: 11:30 am - 4:00 pm Flu Hotline: 414-302-8670

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm

Telephone

(414) 302-8600

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West Allis-West Milwaukee Recreation & Community Services are super excited to offer this new program for 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th graders at the Farmer's Market this summer! This program was made possible through a grant from the National Recreation and Park Association. Register online at www.wawmrec.com or by phone at 414-604-4900. #wawmrcs #wawmrec #wawmproud #NRPA #thatswhywestallis #westallis #farmersmarket #supportyourlocalfarmer #farmersmarketcoalition #westallis_farmersmarket #minimarketers #powerofproduce #fruits #veggies #eatinghealthy #communityfarmers #sourcelocal #healthyfoods #learningisfun
Thank you for my first Pfizer vaccine today. Everyone was so awesome and professional! xoxo 鈾ワ笍鈾ワ笍鈾ワ笍
There's still time to register for the BE ACTIVE Community fitness challenge. Everyone (Children & Adults) is invited to join the WAWM Team! We're competing against other communities throughout the state! Register online at wawmrec.com or call us on Monday at 414-604-4900. $10/$15NR per person which includes a t-shirt. You can join the team at any time! https://fb.watch/3Wg8O-qwao/
I need to get some older immunization records. Do I have to stop down in person for them?
Since March 18th my life changed so much. I was having symptoms that were similar to a sinus infection with actually being congested. I couldn't smell or taste...headaches were so bad...i could hardly move...fevers got as high as 101.9! I kept in contact with this clinic. They even prescribed me an antibiotics. Still had no relief! Well April 7th i was tested for covid-19. April 8th results were in. All I read was detected...i thought how could this be...so I waited till nurse called to confirm what I thought wasn't possible and sure enough I tested positive for covid-19. I've never traveled any where except to the local store if I really needed something. I used every precaution. Sanitizer in all vehicles, lysol and bleached everything too....it just shows that there are people carrying this virus that are have no symptoms at all and some who do have symptoms. How fast it spreads and how tricky it is. Each day is a different day. One day you could be fine and the next your not. As of today I'm happy to report that I have recovered and have learned a new way at life! Love what you have, appreciate life you live, and know the governor is only protecting us from an evil virus! There's still carriers with no symptoms that I spreading it!! There's many still at high risk and many dying! This isn't influenza..this is covid-19 that strikes at its own risk! God is good!!! Thank you West Allis Health department and our nurse Yvonne for working close with us and thank you Froedtert for all you dedication in protecting and helping us recover! #thankful #gratefultobealive
Someone needs to inspect Pick and Save on 68 and National. Was there today. Bunch of packages of yogurt with expired dates. A guy was stocking in the dairy section. I bring it to his attention. He says. He just started working here. I said. Didn't management teach you about FIFO. First in and first out. In accordance with Serv Safe. With the state of Wisconsin. I said it loud enough for others to hear. This yogurts were 6 days past expiration.