The Greenfield Health Department is Committed
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The public health department has many programs and services for the community! Our staff is focused on supporting and promoting healthy behaviors and creating programs and services that help our community members live their best life possible.
What is public health? Public health is...
safe streets & sidewalks
Greenfield Farmers Market
bike & walk paths
flu shots & education
Healthiest Greenfield Coalition
Public health focuses on prevention.
The programs and services available to our community aim to prevent diseases and injuries before they happen. Here are some of our great programs and services:
- Blood pressure screening
- Educational classes and series
- Lead poisoning prevention
- Public health nurse line
- Disease control
- Child safety program
- Radon test kits
- Disabled parking certification
- Sharps disposal
- Licensing and permits
- Food safety
Greenfield Health Department:
Our vision is to create a place where all people can enjoy the best health possible, where we can live, grow and prosper in a healthy and safe environment.
Greenfield Health Department Mission Statement
Our mission is to assure optimal health and wellness of all community members through protection, promotion, education and partnership.
After Hours Phone
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.
- Accessible parking is available near each of the City Hall entrances. The health department is on the south side of the building.
- Accessible public restrooms are available in the City Hall rotunda.
- Service dogs are allowed to accompany an individual as needed.
- Health Department staff may be available to help assist as needed.
“Health care matters to all of us some of the time, public health matters to all of us all of the time.” United States Surgeon General C. Everett Koop, 1981-1989