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DATCP Cucumber Advisory

National Groundwater Awareness Week

March 8-14, 2015 What is  groundwater? It’s the water that fills cracks, voids, and other openings in soil, sand, and bedrock. Why is it important? Persons with wells use groundwater for drinking water.  Also, most groundwater flows directly into streams,

Food Safety During A Power Outage

This fact sheet provides information on how to determine if food is safe and how to keep food safe to help minimize the potential loss of food and reduce the risk of foodborne illness during and after a power outage.

DNR Public Drinking Water Supply

DNR water results for Public Water Supply Systems can be found on the DNR web site at:  http://prodoasext.dnr.wi.gov/inter1/pws2$.startup   Simply fiill out the Query information: Name Line:   Type first letter of your facility name DNR ID:  Leave blank Type:  Scroll down

Environmental Health Fees

2015 Fiscal Year Environmental Health Fee Schedule

Other Environmental Health Codes, Applications & Downloads

The Health Department is an agent for the State of Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) for the inspection and licensure of restaurants, lodging, swimming pools, youth camps, body art, campgrounds and temporary events.  We also administer the Department of Agriculture, Trade

Radon Testing Program

Radon kits are made available through the Oneida County Health Department in cooperation with the NorthCentral Wisconsin Radon Information Center at Marathon County Health Department.  Test results are mailed directly to participants.  Referrals are made to the NorthCentral Radon Information Center when radon remediation assistance is needed. Kits are available for $8.00.

Rabies Prevention Program

The Rabies Prevention Program provides surveillance of rabies, education about rabies prevention, follow-up on reported animal bites and referral for treatment. If you have been bitten by an animal, seek medical attention or first aid immediately. To report a domestic

Lead Program

The Lead Program identifies primary sources of lead hazards in the community and promotes and provides screening of children six months to six years of age, education on reducing lead exposure, and counseling and environmental assessments for children who have

Public Beaches

Help keep Oneida County Beaches clean. Beaches most often become contaminated after heavy rainstorms when sewage, pesticides, and animal wastes are swept into the lakes. Clean up after pets Change children’s diapers often and dispose of them properly Do not

Water

Testing The Oneida County Health Department promotes annual well water testing for homeowners and renters. Various water testing options are available through the health department.  Please contact us for more information. Unsafe water test results are referred to the Wisconsin Department

Food Inspection Program & Links

The Health Department is an agent for the State of Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) for the inspection and licensure of restaurants, lodging, swimming pools, youth camps, body art, campgrounds and temporary events.  We also administer the Department of Agriculture, Trade and

Health Hazards Investigations Program

The Oneida County Public Health Department provides investigation and follow-up for conditions that may present a hazard to human health. A complaint can be filed with the Health Department by calling 715-369-6111. Bed Bugs

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Contact Us

Oneida County Health Department
100 West Keenan Street
Rhinelander, WI 54501
Hours: 8:00am - 4:30pm Mon-Fri

Telephone (715) 369-6111
Fax (715) 369-6112

ochd@co.oneida.wi.us

To report a public health emergency or to report a notifiable disease after hours, please contact dispatch at 715-361-5100.

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Hotlines

Mental Health Hotline - Mental Health Crisis? Forest, Vilas and Oneida County call 1-888-299-1188.

Smoking Cessation - Break free of cigarettes. Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW.

Disaster Distress Line - Stress, anxiety, and other depression are common after a disaster. Call 1-800-985-5990 or visit the Disaster Distress Line to talk.

Wisconsin First Step – Information on services for children and youth with special needs, their families and providers. Call 1-800-642-7837 to speak with a parent specialist.

Maternal and Child Health Hotline – Call 1-800-722-2295 for information on BadgerCare Plus, WIC, HealthCheck, maternal depression, Prenatal Care Coordination, family planning, developmental screenings, and more.