County Division of Health reminds citizens of services for National Public Health Week

stethescope-mf-drummerboy-webIn recognition of National Public Health Week, April 1-7,, the Kenosha County Division of Health wants to take this opportunity to share with the community all the ways it is here to help all of us lead healthier lives.

“We all have a role in making our communities healthier places and the Kenosha County Division of Health is excited to lead the way,” said Cynthia Johnson, Health Officer. “Even small steps can make a big difference in helping to prevent chronic diseases.”

Toward that effort, the Kenosha County Division of Health provides access to the following services:

  • Immunizations, flu shots, TB skin tests, pregnancy tests.
  • Sexually Transmitted Infection and Reproductive Health Clinics.
  • Pre-natal Care Coordination.
  • Child Passenger Safety Seats.
  • Safe Sleep.
  • Radon test kits.
  • Well Water testing.

National Public Health Week is designed to showcase the role that public health agencies play in making illness prevention possible to create a healthier community for this generation and the generation to come. To learn more about what programs and services the Kenosha County Division of Health offers, visit


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