The Greenfield Health Department does not dispose of unused/unwanted medication. Here is a list of locations that have a drop-box for you to dispose of unused/unwanted medications:
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Yes, Greenfield Residents can dispose of used or unwanted sharps in an approved red "sharps" container. These containers are available for purchase at the Greenfield Health Department for $4. Learn more by visiting our sharps disposal webpage.
Yes. Blood pressure assessment, health counseling and health education are available by appointment. Clinics are held the 1st and 3rd Wednesday afternoons of each month from 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Birth or death certificates can be obtained at the West Allis Health Department. Visit this website to learn more or call 414-302-8600.
Yes, WIC services are available at the Health Department through a partnership with the West Allis Health Department. WIC program staff are at the Greenfield Health Department on Mondays and Tuesdays from 8:00am-4:30pm. Call the WIC Program at 414-769-2229 for more information.
Yes, TB Skin tests are available at the health department by appointment only. Please keep in mind that we can NOT place skin tests on Thursdays. A Tb Skin test requires 2 visits. You must be available to return 48-72 hours (2-3 days) after test placement to have results read.
Yes, visit our immunization website to learn more.