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The Health Department works closely with the school districts in Clark County. Services provided include:
vision and hearing screening and referrals
communicable disease surveillance and consultation
blood pressure checks
education regarding puberty, STIs and contraception
promoting the importance of proper nutrition and physical activity
various other topics.
Our Nurses also provide services to the many Amish and Mennonite schools throughout the county. Immunization clinics are hosted by some of these schools schools and take place every other month.
Feel free to contact us at 715-743-5105 regarding these or other school-based services.
Located in the Memorial Medical Center building at 201 S. Main Street, Greenwood.
ALL SERVICES ARE COMPLETELY CONFIDENTIAL
Education & Counseling
Low cost methods of birth control
STI testing for men and women
Pap & pelvic exam
Presumptive Eligibility for Family Planning Waiver
Assistance with application for Wisconsin Well Woman Program
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Tuesday and Thursdays 8:00 AM- 4:00 PM
To set up an appointment please call Kelsey Lynn RN, BSN at:
Toll free: 1-866-594-0361
Check out the following links for more information on how to sign up for the family planning waiver, and for information on pregnancy, pregnancy prevention, and sexually transmitted infections.
http://vimeo.com/47731118 (Importance of screening for breast cancer)
The Clark County Highway Department employs 29 full time employees. The Highway Department is responsible for the maintenance and construction of 300 miles of County Trunk Highways and responsible for the maintenance of approximately 225 miles of state and U.S. highways. The Highway Department's administrative office is located in Neillsville.
The Clark County Health Department wants to ensure that you are informed and prepared for public health emergencies within Clark County.
In the event of a public health emergency (during business hours), contact the health department at 715-743-5105. If you need to report a public health emergency during non-business hours, please call 911.
Check out this link for information on what you can do to prepare for a potential emergency: http://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/preparedness/whatyoucando.htm
The purpose of the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) is to promote and maintain the health and well-being of nutritionally at-risk pregnant, breastfeeding and postpartum women, infants and children.
Breast Feeding Information
Breastfeeding is one of the most important things a mother can do to protect the health of her infant. Research has shown that breast milk is the best food for a baby in their first year of life. Breastfeeding provides many health, nutritional, economical and emotional benefits for both mother and baby.
A Public Health Nurse from the Clark County Health Department visits you at your home or other preferred location throughout your pregnancy to provide you with a variety of educational materials. An individualized plan is made after the first visit to meet the needs of the client and focus on areas of concern. This personalized plan helps keep the mother and baby healthy and focused through the end of their pregnancy.
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Car Seats for Kids
FREE Car Seat Services! Ensure the safety of your special cargo. Your child’s safety could be in jeopardy if your child’s car seat is not installed correctly.
Cribs for Kids
The Clark County Health Department is pleased to offer the Cribs for Kids Program. This is a safe sleep program designed to educate families on proper sleep practices for their babies and provide safe sleep environments for the babies if needed.
First Breath - Smoking Cessation
First Breath is a program that helps pregnant women in Wisconsin quit smoking. The program is coordinated by the Wisconsin Women's Health Foundation with partners: State of Wisconsin Division of Public Health Bureau of Community Health Promotion, and APS Healthcare Inc. First Breath cessation strategies are integrated into existing prenatal care models, including public health services and private healthcare clinic appointments.
For more information on the First Breath Program please call the Public Health Department at 715-743-5105 or visit http://www.wwhf.org/programs/first-breath/
To report a public health emergency or communicable disease after hours, please contact Clark County Dispatch at (715) 743-3157.