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MKE Wellness Symposium - Reconnecting for a Healthier Community
Virtual Event on May 26 from 8:30 - 11 a.m.
MORE INFORMATION HERE
Presented by the Milwaukee County DHHS-Division on Aging and AARP Wisconsin.
Register for this event here.
Providers Offering In-Home COVID-19 Vaccines:
Health Connections –
Welltopia Pharmacy –
call 262-429-9429 or submit a contact form on their website.
Hayat Pharmacy –
VaccineFinder - VaccineFinder helps you find clinics, pharmacies, and other locations that offer COVID-19 vaccines in the United States.
COVID-19 vaccines at North Shore Pharmacy: Schedule an Appointment
COVID-19 vaccines at SAGE Specialty Pharmacy: Pfizer vaccine is still available this week - Sign up here or call 414-861-7243 to make an appointment.
Greenfield Health Department MODERNA COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic on Wednesday 04/14/2021 - located at the Milwaukee County Sports Complex, 6000 W Ryan Rd, Franklin, WI 53132.
Sign Up Here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/april14jj
Ascension Wisconsin is now administering COVID-19 vaccinations for any eligible person, regardless of health system affiliation.
The website to self-schedule is open to the public for those age 18 and older. For patients aged 16-17, individuals are asked to schedule directly through an Ascension Medical Group Wisconsin provider. To schedule an appointment, individuals may use this link: http://ascn.io/6188HaTLi.
Appointments are scheduled in advance. No walk-in vaccinations are available at this time. Please check the scheduling link often as new appointment times are added on a weekly basis. For more information on COVID-19 vaccines through Ascension Wisconsin, please visit: https://healthcare.ascension.org/COVID-19/Covid-Vaccine.
COVID-19 Vaccinations at the Wisconsin Center
Starting Monday April 5, everyone 16 years and older is eligible for the Covid-19 Vaccine.
Thousands of vaccines are available daily at the Wisconsin Center.
All 16 and 17 year olds must have parent/guardian consent.
Vaccines are provided free of charge.
Vaccinations at the Wisconsin Center are now open to all eligible individuals living and working throughout the region. Individuals meeting the eligibility criteria can sign up for vaccination appointments through the health department’s scheduling portal and vaccine information hub at milwaukee.gov/covidvax. People without internet access can schedule appointments by calling 414-286-6800.
COVID-19 Testing at Health Connections: March Schedule
February 17th Reopening Update:
Letter to North Shore Residents and Community Leaders
Visit our Safe Practices Page for more information.
COVID-19 Testing at Health Connections: More Information
NSHD Vaccine Update 1/29/21: Click Here
NSHD Vaccine Update 1/27/21: Click Here
Health Connections Inc. COVID-19 Testing: Mon-Wed & Fri 10am to 4pm, Sat 9am to 1pm.
Testing is done at East Lake Towers, 4425 N. Port Washington Road, Glendale, WI 53212
All testing is drive thru. No appointment needed, but you must PRE-REGISTER HERE. Find more information on their website.
Vaccine Update 1/25/21: We are continuing to vaccinate Phase 1A at this time. We are not currently making appointments for Phase 1B and do not have a waiting list. We will share information about Phase 1B via our email updates list.
Vaccine Update 1/20/21: Click Here
We are continuing to vaccinate Phase 1A at this time. We are not currently making appointments for Phase 1B and do not have a waiting list. We will share information about Phase 1B via our email updates list.
COVID-19 Vaccinations at Meijer: Click Here
NSHD COVID-19 non-Phase 1A Vaccine Updates Email List:
Sign Up Here
The North Shore Health Department is aligning with Wisconsin DHS prioritization guidelines and is beginning Phase 1A vaccination this week. More information on Phase 1B and 1C will be shared when available. Updates: COVID-19 Vaccine Information
COVID-19 Vaccine Connector Tool:
Registration is open for organizations and individuals seeking to deliver - and access - Phase 1A vaccinations. You should register at the above link if your organization is a certified COVID-19 vaccinator or you are a Phase 1A organization or individual, such as an unaffiliated healthcare provider, looking to be vaccinated.
COVID-19 Testing at Health Connections in Glendale: January Hours
COVID-19 Vaccine Information
Check back regularly for updates.
The North Shore Health Department is aligning with Wisconsin DHS prioritization guidelines and is not currently vaccinating the general public. As additional vaccine supply becomes available, we will provide updates.
Healthy MKE – A Resource for COVID-19 Vaccine Information: healthymke.com
COVID-19: At-Home Collection Kit | Wisconsin Department of Health Services
Wisconsin Exposure Notification app is available starting December 23. WI Exposure Notification is a smartphone app that uses Bluetooth Low Energy technology to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in Wisconsin. Once you activate the app, your phone exchanges anonymous signals with other phones that are near it for at least 15 minutes. If somebody who has the app tests positive for COVID-19, they can then send an alert using the app to the phones with those signals.
WI Exposure Notification FAQ
Milwaukee Community Testing Sites Holiday Hours
Additional testing sites in Milwaukee County
Join Experts from the Medical College of Wisconsin for a Community Briefing Focused on COVID-19 Vaccines
Briefings will include opportunities to ask questions from MCW experts and highlights include safety, distribution planning, what you can expect from the vaccine and community protection.
Register for Friday, Dec. 18, 12:00-12:45 pm: http://ow.ly/mRNh50CPinS
Register for Monday, Dec. 21, 6:00-6:45 pm: http://ow.ly/qNov50CPinU
MCW COVID-19 Vaccine Website: http://ow.ly/5VhR50CPinT
COVID-19 and Winter Holidays | CDC
COVID-19 Testing information in Milwaukee | TestUpMKE
Updated NSHD Quarantine Guidance
DHS Announcement on New Quarantine Guidelines
Different Types of COVID-19 Tests: PCR, Antigen & Antibody
Diagnostic COVID-19 Testing Explained: PCR & Antigen
Health Connections Glendale COVID-19 Testing: December Hours
WI Office of Children’s Mental Health: Guidance and Ideas for the 2020 Holidays. The 2020 holidays are going to be different. With the advice being to stay home, be safe, and help stop the spread of COVID-19, we offer suggestions on how to make the holidays still meaningful and fulfilling: Click Here
Milwaukee Area COVID-19 Community Testing Sites
COVID-19 Testing in Glendale: Click Here
NO TESTING FRIDAY 11/27
Dementia Education - "Proven Ways to a Healthier Brain"
Virtual event on Tuesday, November 10th from 6:30-7:30 pm
To sign up, email ShorewoodConnects@gmail.com or call 414-847-2727.
The American Lung Association has selected Brown Deer's Lorraine Lathen as the recipient of the national 2020 C. Everett Koop Unsung Hero Award - Press Release
IMPORTANT UPDATE for October 30:
The North Shore is moving back into Phase B of our reopening plan.
Phase B Guidelines and Phases Summary Table
Read the Call to Action from area local health departments:
Wisconsin Southeast Region Health Alert & Call to Action 10/29/20: Do Your Part, Stop the Spread
Tested positive for COVID-19? Notify your close contacts
School Superintendent Letter to Families in the North Shore and Washington-Ozaukee Counties
Important Updates Regarding WI COVID-19 Data:
The Wisconsin Electronic Disease Surveillance System (WEDSS) will be undergoing routine maintenance beginning on Friday, October 16, 2020, through Sunday, October 18, 2020. DHS will not be updating COVID-19 visualizations during this time. For a more accurate representation of COVID-19 in Wisconsin during this upgrade, we recommend looking at the 7-day rolling averages.
Tested positive for COVID-19? Help slow the spread by notifying your close contacts of their exposure.
How to notify close contacts
COVID-19 Response Job Openings
Get your flu shot!
Other Drive-Thru Testing Locations - Open starting 10/12/20:
Milwaukee Health Department Northwest Health Center - 7630 W. Mill Rd.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Wednesday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Closed Saturday & Sunday
Milwaukee Health Department Southside Health Center - 1639 S. 23rd St.
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Wednesday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Closed Saturday & Sunday
New Statewide 25% Limit on Indoor Gatherings:
Governor Tony Evers today directed the Department of Health Services (DHS) to issue Emergency Order #3 limiting public gatherings to no more than 25 percent of a room or building’s total occupancy. See full the order and list of exemptions here.
This directive is effective at 8 a.m. on Oct. 8, 2020, and will remain in effect until Nov. 6, 2020, and applies to any gatherings at locations that are open to the public such as stores, restaurants, and other businesses that allow public entry, as well as spaces with ticketed events. A frequently asked questions document is available for review here.
COVID-19 Testing Locations in Milwaukee County
Who should get tested? It is recommended that anyone with symptoms of COVID-19 or anyone who has been exposed to COVID-19 get tested. More information.
September is National Preparedness Month
What you can do to prepare for an emergency: Click Here
Preparedness resources: https://www.ready.gov/
August 31st is International Overdose Awareness Day - Knowing the Signs Can Help Prevent Drug Overdose Deaths
WI DHS Press Release
Know the Signs
August 2020 Newsletter
NSHD 2020 FLU CLINICS
Call 414-371-2980 to make an appointment.
Brown Deer Flu Clinics
Shorewood Flu Clinics
Quarantine Guidance from CDC
How to correctly wear and dispose of face masks
IMPORTANT: Pre-registration is required.
Monday, Aug. 17 | Noon - 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 18 | 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 19 | 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Please enter State Fair Park via Gate 9 located at S. 76th Street and W. Pierce Street.
The National Guard will offer 1,000 tests each day. Once 1,000 tests are reached no more will be given that day.
Preventing COVID-19 in Schools: Watch the video here!
Gov. Evers Issues Executive Order Declaring Public Health Emergency and Requiring Face Coverings Statewide:
Read the full emergency order here. Press Release here. FAQ here.
Our July newsletter is now available. In it you will find information on COVID-19 data, testing, face masks, travel, and more.
Map of testing sites in Milwaukee County: Click Here Scroll under the dashboard to see the testing information.
Local Mask Requirements:
Brown Deer Resolution: Click Here
Glendale Resolution and FAQ: Click Here
Shorewood Ordinance: Click Here
Whitefish Bay Ordinance and FAQ: Click Here
North Shore COVID-19 Data: Click Here
Did you get tested at a National Guard testing site? Have you been waiting more than 5 days for your COVID-19 test results? Do you need a copy of your test results?
Get your results by calling the Wisconsin COVID-19 Results Line at (866)419-6988.
The COVID-19 Results Line is open Monday-Friday from 8am-6pm.
Once you call, you’ll need to provide: the date of your test, the National Guard testing site you visited, your name, and your date of birth.
In addition to getting your results over the phone, the Results Line can mail you your test results.
Please wait to call the Results Line until 5 days after your test. If you call before the 5-day mark, they cannot guarantee your results will be ready.
Testing at Nicolet High School has been extended to next week Monday, July 13 through Wednesday, July 15. People with signs and symptoms or that have had direct exposure to someone with COVID-19 are being prioritized. Sign up here: LINK
If you were tested at the Nicolet HS testing site, the National Guard is calling people with negative test results and your local health department is notifying people with positive results. The National Guard will call you twice and if you do not answer they will direct you to contact your local health department. If you live in the North Shore, please email us at email@example.com to request your results. Please include your full name, date of birth and address. We will send you a consent form to fill out before we give you your results. If you do not live in the North Shore we cannot release your results. Please contact your local health department.
The Shorewood Village Board passed an ordinance requiring everyone ages 4 and up to wear a face mask in indoor public places. Additional information will be coming out regarding when the mandate will go into effect. At this time, the ordinance goes until January 15, 2021.
Map of other testing sites in Milwaukee County: Click Here Scroll under the dashboard to see the testing information.
Registration for the COVID-19 testing at Nicolet High School Monday, July 6 through Friday, July 10 is full. Continue to check the sign-up page, as people are cancelling and opening up appointments: LINK
After getting tested, follow these guidelines from the WI Department of Health Services on what to do while you wait for your results: Click Here
Visiting friends and family with higher risk for severe illness?
Watch this video from the CDC:
The North Shore Health Department will be closed Friday, July 3 for the holiday weekend. If you have questions or concerns about COVID-19 over the weekend, call 211 or visit their website: http://211now.org/.
If it is an emergency, call 911.
If you were tested for COVID-19 and still need your results: If you live in the North Shore, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request your results. Please include your full name, date of birth and address. If you do not live in the North Shore we cannot release your results. Please contact your local health department.
Read our June newsletter here.
The North Shore Health Department and WI National Guard are offering free drive-thru COVID-19 testing at Nicolet High School Monday, July 6 through Friday, July 10. Please register ahead of time at this LINK.
Take the North Shore COVID-19 Community Survey: Click Here
North Shore COVID-19 data is available on our website: Click Here
This data is updated Monday through Friday at approximately 4:00 p.m. and is also included in the daily public briefings here.
For daily udpates on COVID-19 in the North Shore, read our Public Briefings released Monday through Friday: Click Here
COVID-19 Testing in Milwaukee Area: Click Here
Testing at Custer Stadium and UMOS will be closed July 2nd - 5th.
Do you have questions about COVID-19? Wondering about antibody testing? Want to know how you can safely enjoy your summer to the fullest? Check out COVID-19 Wisconsin Connect (CWC), either online or on your smartphone, to find your answers. CWC was created by experts in Wisconsin with the community in mind. The goal of CWC is to provide up-to-date, factual answers and information about COVID-19. It also offers resources you might find helpful if you are feeling lonely, sad, or stressed.
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction published Education Forward to guide school districts as they prepare for the 2020-21 school year: Click Here
CDC guidance on deciding to go out:
Guidance on Mass Gatherings from the NSHD:
The North Shore is now in Phase C of the NSHD Reopening Plan as of 6/12/20.
We highly recommend anyone present at recent protest events monitor their signs and symptoms for COVID-19 for 14 days after they attended an event. If you develops any signs, please get tested for COVID-19 and isolate at home until you know your test results.
The North Shore remains in Phase B of our reopening plan as of Thursday, June 4th.
Businesses and organizations should continue to follow Phase B of the North Shore Health Department’s Guidelines for a Safe, Phased Reopening.
Free COVID-19 drive-thru and walk up testing is now available at Custer Stadium across the street from Barack Obama School of Career and Technical Education: Testing is being done by the Wisconsin National Guard. The address is 4300 W. Fairmount Ave.
Mon – Thurs 11am to 7pm
Fri– Sat 11am to 5pm
UPDATE: The Ozaukee/Washington Public Health Department and North Shore Health Department COVID-19 Testing at Washington County Fair Park June 1-3 is full. The registration line is now closed. See here for other testing options.
Full Job Description
COVID-19 Test Results:
If you were tested for COVID-19 and directed to contact the North Shore Health Department for results, please email us at email@example.com to request your results. Please include your full name, date of birth and address.
Ozaukee/Washington Public Health Department and North Shore Health Department COVID-19 Testing at Concordia University May 28-30 and Washington County Fair Park June 1-3: Click Here
Other testing in Milwaukee: Click Here
DATCP released guidance for reopening different community establishments:
Reopening Pools & Water Attractions
These guidelines are to be used alongside the NSHD guidelines as well as other industry specific recommendations.
The North Shore is in Phase B of the NSHD reopening plan as of Friday, May 22:
Businesses and organizations should begin to reopen following Phase B of the North Shore Health Department’s Guidelines for a Safe, Phased Reopening.
Phased Reopening Update (5/19/20):
The North Shore Health Department released a Letter on the North Shore Reopening Plan. Moving forward, businesses and organizations should begin to reopen Friday, May 22, 2020 under the North Shore Health Department’s Guidelines for a Safe, Phased Reopening. These Guidelines are similar to those issued by other suburban health departments in Milwaukee County. The North Shore Health Department’s Guidelines should be used in conjunction with sector specific guidelines by agencies like the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC), the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS), the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families (DCF) and others.
Governor Evers and WI DHS released Emergency Order #36: Interim Order to Turn the Dial: This order allows all standalone or strip-mall based retail stores to offer in-person shopping for up to five customers at a time while maintaining required social distancing practices. Drive-in theaters are also now allowed to operate with some restrictions. The press release can be found here.
COVID-19 Testing in Milwaukee: Testing will be offered on Milwaukee's north and south sides -- at the Midtown parking lot near 57th Street and Capitol Drive, and at UMOS on S. Chase Avenue near Rosedale Avenue. Testing will take place between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. seven days a week, and you do not need to make an appointment, and do not need to be showing symptoms to be tested.
Our very own Kala Hardy, BSN, RN was featured on WISN 12 News. Get a behind-the-scenes look at what the Public Health Nurses at the North Shore Health Department are doing to slow the spread of COVID-19: Click Here
Reopening Guidance for Cleaning and Disinfecting Public Spaces, Workplaces, Businesses, Schools, and Homes: The CDC released a general framework for creating and maintaining a cleaning and disinfecting plan: website and toolkit.
Governor Evers directed the Department of Natural Resources to re-open several state parks, forests, and recreational areas on May 1 with special pre-cautions in place to maintain social distancing. The full list of parks to re-open and additional information can be found here: Press Release
Governor Evers and WI DHS released Emergency Order #34: Interim Order to Turn the Dial, which allows additional businesses to operate under certain restrictions: The order will go into effect on Wednesday, April 29th. Order Press Release FAQ
ATTENTION: If you received a phone call from our main number (414) 371-2980 and there was no voicemail or no identification of the number belonging to the North Shore Health Department this call was likely a spam call. We will always identify ourselves as the North Shore Health Department and leave a directive to call us back in a voicemail. Thank you for your understanding.
Governor Evers and WI DHS announce their plan to reopen Wisconsin: Badger Bounce Back Plan
Press Release Here
Governor Evers extends Wisconsin's Safer at Home order through Tuesday, May 26:
April 15th: Governor Evers released a statement following the Wisconsin State Senate's passage of COVID-19 response legislation.
“My pen has been waiting for weeks to sign legislation that guarantees Wisconsin will capture our fair share of federal dollars under the CARES Act and ensures workers experiencing unemployment and underemployment won’t be forced to wait an extra week for needed benefits to kick in. This bill is finally a step in the right direction, but there is much more work to be done."
Wisconsin is starting to see Safer at Home measures pay off – the curve is beginning to flatten: Thank you to everyone that is staying home and taking the proper precautions to slow the spread. We have seen fewer cases, hospitalizations and deaths because of the Safer at Home order than was projected at the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak. These measures are working, but we can't let up yet!
Governor Evers reminds Wisconsinites of options for religious gatherings and services: Press Release
Community transmission of COVID-19 is occurring in the communities of the North Shore: Everyone should assume they could be at risk of exposure to COVID-19 when out in public settings. The NSHD highly recommends, under the guidance of the WI Department of Health Services (DHS) and the CDC, that North Shore residents stay home unless it is absolutely necessary to leave for essential functions, such as grocery shopping, pharmacy visits or medical appointments.
Bayside Buzz Newsletter on Election
UPDATE on Absentee Ballots:
In order to be counted in this election a voter’s absentee ballot must be either (i) postmarked by election day, April 7, 2020, and received by April 13, 2020, at 4:00 p.m., or (ii) hand-delivered as provided under state law by April 7, 2020, at 8:00 p.m.
Letter from Local Public Health Officers to the State of Wisconsin Legislators supporting the postponement of the April 7th election and promotion of mail-in ballots: Click Here
Update on Absentee Voting: You must obtain a witness signature on your absentee ballot. The option for an absentee voter to submit a statement indicating they were unable to obtain a witness signature has been removed as of April 3. All voters MUST have a witness signature on their ballot for it to be counted. Visit the Wisconsin Elections Commission website for more information.
The NSHD has ordered the closure of public beaches throughout the North Shore: This order is effective as of April 3rd, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. and will be in effect for the period of time concurrent with any Order of the State of Wisconsin requiring “safer at home” practices. This is to slow the spread of the virus and preserve the health of our community.
Order Here and Press Release Here
We ask that you move through the parks for walking, running and biking – don’t stay and play! Follow the guidelines presented in this graphic from Public Health Madison and Dane County to #StopTheSpread. We are all #SaferAtHome.
Milwaukee’s NPR station, WUWM, took a deeper look into the response of the NSHD to COVID-19: Check out the story on their website.
Health Officer Ann Christiansen was interviewed by WUWM’s Susan Bence: Listen to the full interview here.
Today is Census Day!
April 1st earns this title because it is reference day for the 2020 U.S. Census., meaning today is used as the marker to determine who is counted and where. Your response to the Census will indicate where you live as of April 1, 2020, and include everyone who usually lives or sleeps in your home. Don't forget to respond to get counted in the 2020 U.S. population! To respond to the census, visit https://2020census.gov/.
Updated Playground and Tennis Court Closure Notice: Here
March 24th: Gov. Tony Evers directed Department of Health Services (DHS) Secretary-designee Andrea Palm to issue a Safer at Home order that prohibits all nonessential travel: with some exceptions as clarified and defined in the order. The order is available here.
The order is effective at 8 am on Weds., March 25, 2020 and will remain in effect until 8 am Fri., April 24, 2020, or until a superseding order is issued.
More info on our website: Click Here
Governor Evers to issue “Safer at Home” order on Tuesday, March 24th: Governor Evers notified the residents of Wisconsin of a new “Safer at Home” order that will be officially released Tuesday, March 24th and will go into effect at 8:00am on Wednesday, March 25th. This order will close all non-essential businesses throughout the state in an effort to minimize social contact and stop the spread of COVID-19.
More information will be provided tomorrow (Tuesday, March 24th) when the official order is released.
Community Letter from Health Officer Ann Christiansen on March 22, 2020: Click Here
If you have questions or immediate needs related to COVID-19 over the weekend:
Call volumes are high. Please be patient and try to use the text or online options first. If you are experiencing signs and symptoms of COVID-19, please call your health care provider.
PHONE SPAM on 3/19/20:
If you received a phone call from our main number, (414) 371-2980, and there was no voicemail or identification of the number belonging to the North Shore Health Department (NSHD), this call was likely a spam call. We will always identify ourselves as the NSHD and leave a directive to call us back in a voicemail. There is no need to call the number back unless you received a voicemail. Thank you for your understanding.
March 18th: HEALTH ALERT - North Shore playgrounds are now closed: Click Here
March 17th: Governor Evers orders statewide ban of all public gatherings of 10 or more people: Click Here
COVID-19 Press Releases:
March 17th: ORDER RESTRICTING FOOD AND BEVERAGE SALES: Press Release Here
March 16th: ELEVEN MILWAUKEE COUNTY MUNICIPALITIES RESTRICT FOOD AND BEVERAGE SALE: Press Release Here
COVID-19 Press Release on 3/13/20:
The North Shore Health Department received notification from the State of Wisconsin Department of Health Services that a person in Milwaukee County has tested positive for the novel coronavirus infection (COVID-19). CLICK HERE for the press release.
Regarding Coronavirus testing
You need to contact your medical provider to have the test conducted. The medical provider will then send the sample to a lab for processing.
Please do not come to the Health Department for testing.
Steps to avoid getting sick with respiratory diseases like the flu and COVID-19!
*Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
*Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom, before eating, and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
*Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
*Stay home when you are sick. Keep children home from school if they are sick. Children should be free from fever for 24 hours without fever-reducing medications for 24 hours prior to returning to school.
*Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
*Routinely clean frequently touched surfaces and objects with regular household cleaners.
Check out CDC's website for the latest information on COVID-19: www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html
North Shore Health Department is continuing to work with CDC and Wisconsin DHS on obtaining the most up to date information on the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. As of Feb. 28th there has only been one confirmed case in Wisconsin. The risk to the general public is still low at this time.
Wisconsin continues to report high influenza like illness activity. To prevent the spread of influenza and other viruses remember to cover your coughs and sneezes, wash hands frequently, stay home when you're sick and get your flu shot. The North Shore Health Department still has flu vaccine available. Please call 414-371-2980 to schedule an appointment.
North Shore Health Department
In partnership with the communities we serve, the North Shore Health Department assures, promotes, and protects the health and safety of the people in the North Shore.
Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm. Closed Holidays.
Please contact us at (414) 371-2980 during our regular business hours or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please leave your name, phone number and/or email.
If you have an urgent public heath need during non-office hours, please call the Bayside Communications Center's non-emergency number at (414) 351-9900 and the appropriate public health authorities will be notified.
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