The Greenfield Health Department provides a variety of programs and services to meet our mission to protect and promote the health of all members of the Greenfield community. With this thought in mind the Greenfield Health Department is committed to community health and wellness. The Greenfield Health Department provides programs and services in multiple areas, including communicable disease control, childhood and adult immunizations, restaurant and retail food inspections, community health education and outreach, emergency preparedness, and many more.
In areas where the Greenfield Health Department does not provide direct programs and services, we work tirelessly with our partners to assure the provision of health services throughout the community. Examples of these partnerships include the provision of Women, Infant, and Children (WIC) clinic services in cooperation with another local health department; another example includes the regional consortium that coordinates regional emergency public health preparedness.
Please contact the Greenfield Health Department with additional questions at 414-329-5275.
After regular office hours health care providers reporting a condition of urgent health importance may call the Greenfield Police Dispatch at their non-emergency number, (414) 761-5300. A Health Department staff member will return your call as soon as possible.