Winneshiek County Public Health has been proudly serving the residents of Winneshiek County for over half a century with their public health and home health care needs. This agency is dedicated to maintaining the health of our community through communicable disease surveillance, safe water and sanitation issues and prevention of health problems. We are an official Home Health Agency, certified as a participating agency under the Health Insurance Benefits Program XVIII and XIX (Medicare and Medicaid).
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Learn more about the importance of our home care services below.
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We will be closed on November 23 and 24 for Thanksgiving. Call our on-call nurse at 563-419-1259.
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Turkey Talk

Prepare food safely this holiday season so all can eat safely.  Follow these tips: http
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National Home Care Month–Learn More!

Home care is the preferred method of care for the infirm, disabled and dying.  Our staff p...
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Reduce Your Risk for Diabetes

Living with diabetes can be challenging to manage every day. You are the most important me...
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New Blood Pressure Guidelines

Several medical organizations have recently made significant changes to blood pressure gui...
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Prevent Colds and Flu from Getting You!

It's that time of year and people are getting sick.  There are many viruses that can be easily spread from person to per...

Do You Need Help with a Bath?

As we age, our risk of falling increases.  Falls are common in the bathroom where surfaces are slippery.  Perhaps you or...

Ask for Winneshiek County Public Health

When your family or health care provider suggests that you have home health care, be sure to ask for Winneshiek County P...


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