A wide range of programs for persons affected by alcohol or drugs. These programs include detox centers, day treatment, inpatient/outpatient facilities, residential programs, and intervention/prevention efforts.
DHS provides regulatory oversight of Ambulatory Surgical Centers.
Individuals may donate unused or discontinued medications and supplies to a participating pharmacy or medical facility.
Wisconsin's Caregiver Law requires background and criminal history checks of certain caregivers.
DHS certifies and provides regulatory oversight of Clinical Laboratories.
Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) are licensed in the State of Wisconsin.
DHS provides regulatory oversight of End Stage Renal Dialysis Facilities.
DHS is required to review and approve construction and remodeling plans for certain health and residential care providers.
DHS licenses and provides regulatory oversight of Hospitals.
DHS provides regulatory oversight of nursing home personnel who are able to administer medication to nursing home residents.
The Assisted Living Medication Management website includes resources to address some of the most common medication issues that arise in assisted living facilities.
DHS approves and oversees the standardized training and testing programs for feeding assistants, medication aides and nurse aides, and maintains the Wisconsin Nurse Aide Registry.
The Department of Health Services certifies and provides regulatory oversight of Outpatient Rehabilitation Facilities.
DHS certifies and provides regulatory oversight of Pain Clinics.
DHS certifies and provides regulatory oversight of Rural Health Clinics.
Section 254.31- 254.45 of the Wisconsin Statutes requires annual registration, by the Department of Health Services, of all x-ray devices.
Last Revised: January 2, 2018