Reproductive Health Clinic

February is Condom Month!

The Oneida County Health Department’s Reproductive Health Clinic (RHC) administers the Wisconsin Family Planning and Reproductive Health state grant which provides safe and effective contraception services to enable women and couples to achieve their family planning goals.

The Reproductive Health Clinic, (RHC), provides affordable and confidential reproductive health care services to both men and women.

We are now open late on Tuesdays until 6 p.m.

IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY AFTER HOURS, contact a local medical clinic:

Rhinelander: 715- 361-2000

Minocqua: 715- 356-8000

Eagle River: 715-479-7411

The Reproductive Health Clinic-Family Planning Program can offer:

Get Yourself Tested

  • STD screenings
  • Pap & Pelvic Exams
  • Pregnancy Testing
  • Birth Control Supplies
  • Sexual Health Education

Reproductive Health Forms:

Reproductive Health Clinic Updates:

Eligibility for WI Family Planning Only Services:

Income at or below $2,975.85 per month and be a current WI resident

All Family Planning clients need to make appointments to register for program annually. There is a charge for registration & updates based on counseling time. The FP/RH program is not a pharmacy and will not give supplies out to people who have not registered in the Family Planning program. Please call for an appointment. Thank you

Reproductive Health Videos:

To learn how to use a condom:

To learn more about Plan B:  The Science of ‘Plan B’ Emergency Contraception

        What is consent?: Consent video


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For more Reproductive Health information check out these links:

Birth Control Support Network:

Birth Control Methods including Emergency Contraception (PLAN B)  www.arhp.ORG/METHODMATCH/

STD Information:

General Health and Sexual Health Information for Teens

Tri County Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault:

Healthy living: Choose My Plate &

Healthy Relationships: Love Is Respect & Join One Love

Family planning waiver and Badgercare Applications:

WFP waiver for reproductive health services is now for both men & women!!!


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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

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

Click here to view map and additional contact information.



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