CONTACT: Elizabeth Giese, Division of Public Health, (715) 836-2871
DUNN COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT PASSES REVIEW BY STATE
MADISON—Dr. Seth Foldy, State Health Officer, today announced that
the Dunn County Health Department has successfully passed the state’s
health department review. As a result, the Dunn County Health Department
will maintain their Level III status.
“The hard-working staff of the Dunn County Health Department help
make their community a healthier and safer place to live,” said Foldy.
“Their department has an actively engaged and supportive Board of
Health, and does an excellent job of identifying public health issues and
working collaboratively to address these.”
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services is required to formally
review the operations of all 92 Wisconsin local health departments at the
county or municipality level at least every five years. The review
establishes the health department as a level I, II or III agency. A level
I agency meets the minimum requirements and a level III agency meets the
maximum requirements established for a local health department.
The Dunn County Health Department provides services important to the
community, such as:
- Strong communicable disease and environmental health prevention and
- Public health prevention services related to chronic diseases
- Services to help mothers and infants be healthy through WIC and
Prenatal Care Coordination.
For information about the Dunn County Health Department, visit:
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or 2020, visit:
Last Revised: July 12, 2010