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Health Care Services in Wisconsin

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The Wisconsin Department of Health Services[1] is responsible for the protection and promotion of health of Wisconsin Department of Health
the people of the state. The Department works to improve the health of the residents of Wisconsin. The Department offers care and services and operate programs for the betterment of the people.The divisions of the department includes care and services, Division of Quality Assurance, Division of Health Care Access and Accountability and Division of Long Term Care.

Hospitals in Wisconsin

The state of Wisconsin has several good hospitals which work efficiently for the improvement of people of the state. The hospitals in Wisconsin are well equipped with all the latest technologies. Some of the major hospitals of the Wisconsin include:

Amery Hospital & Clinic
Amery Hospital & Clinic

This hospital was established in the year 1956 and has provided the best health care services to the people since then. The services provided by the hospital include Outpatient Therapy & Psychiatric Services, Behavioral Health Center, Structured Outpatient Program (SOP), Behavioral Pediatrics, Inpatient Short-Stay Program, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Chiropractic Care, Chemotherapy, Diagnostic Imaging and Mammography.

Contact Details

Amery Hospital & Clinic
265 Griffin Street East
Amery, WI 54001
Phone no: (715) 268-8000

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Children's Hospital of Wisconsin

This hospital is the only independent health care system dedicated to the well-being and health of the children Children's Hospital of Wisconsinof the state. The services of the hospital include Primary care, Urgent care, Specialty care, Community health services, Foster and adoption services, Emergency care, Child advocacy services and Child and family counseling.

Contact Details

8915 W. Connell Ct.,
Milwaukee, WI 53226,
Phone no: 1 414-266-2000

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Rogers Memorial Hospital

Rogers Memorial Hospital

This hospital is a leader in effective, comprehensive and behavioral health care services for adults, teens and children.

Rogers Memorial Hospital Locations

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Berlin Memorial Hospital

This hospital is a member of Community Health Network. It is an organization established in the year 1911 to Berlin Memorial Hospital serve healthcare needs of the people in Central Wisconsin.

Contact Details

Berlin, Wisconsin 54923
Phone: (920) 361-1313
Fax: (920) 361-5714

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Wisconsin Blood banks and Organ Donators

Several organizations of Wisconsin are dedicated to provide blood, organ, and tissue to the people in need. The organizations are responsible and striving to meet the transplant needs of the people of Wisconsin.

Blood Banks and organ Donators

Some Major Blood Banks in Wisconsin are

Blood Center of Wisconsin
638 North 18th Street

Milwaukee, WI 53233

Blood Research Institute
8733 Watertown Plank Road
Milwaukee, WI 53226

Biolife Plasma Services
Oshkosh, Wisconsin 54904
Phone no: 1-920-231-9584

Community Blood Center
4406 West Spencer Street
Appleton, WI 54914
Phone no: (920)738-3131

Memorial Blood Centers
Essential Health St. Mary’s Hospital
3500 Tower Ave., Lower Level
Superior, WI 54880

Plasma Care, Inc.
2522 West State Street
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Phone no: 414-344-2100

Talecris Plasma Resources, Inc.
6530 N. 76 Street
Milwaukee, WI 53233
Phone no: 414-760-6105

Lions Eye Bank of Wisconsin

Lions Eye Bank of Wisconsin

The Lions Eye Bank of Wisconsin, is a nonprofit organizations where a team of volunteers and professionals are responsible to restore the Gift of Sight through recovery and transplantation of corneas.

Contact details

Lions Eye Bank of Wisconsin
2401 American Lane
Madison, WI 53704-3101
Phone no: 608-233-2354
Toll-Free Phone no: 877-233-2354

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Medicaid in Wisconsin

Medicaid is a health insurance program in Wisconsin which provide medical benefits to the elderly, blind or disabled people of the state. In order to be eligible for Medicaid one must have the following criteria:

  • One must 65 years or older, blind or disabled.
  • One must have a family income at or below the monthly program limit.
  • One must be a citizen of United States or legal immigrants.

Following are the Medicaid plan one can eligible depending on the income, type of care and assets:

  • Emergency Services Plan
  • Family Care
  • Medicaid Deductible
  • Medicaid Purchase Plan
  • Medicare Savings Programs
  • Tuberculosis (TB) Related Services
  • Well Woman Medicaid Plan

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Health Care Programs in Wisconsin

The Health Department of Wisconsin has taken up several health care programs to improve the health care  Women, Infants and Children Programsystem of the people of Wisconsin. Some of the Health care programs of Wisconsin include:

Wisconsin AIDS/HIV Drug Assistance Program

This program is designed to look after the health and independence of persons suffering from HIV by giving access to HIV-related prophylactic medications and antiviral drugs as well as vaccines for hepatitis A and hepatitis B.

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Commodity Supplemental Food Program

The Commodity Supplemental Food Program of the Health Service Department of Wisconsin offers nutritious foods free of cost to low-income seniors aged 60 years and older.

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Intensive Treatment Program

It is a short-term treatment program proposed to help an individual with an intellectual disability, whose needs for treatment cannot be adequately met in the community.

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Women, Infants and Children Program (WIC)

The purpose of the WIC program is to maintain and promote the well-being and health of breastfeeding and postpartum women, nutritionally at-risk pregnant, children and infants.

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Health Statistics and Vital Records of Wisconsin

The Health services Department of Wisconsin is responsible to maintain the entire system of Vital Records[2] and statistics of the state through documentation and certifying the facts of births, deaths, and family formation for the legal purposes of the people of Wisconsin.

  • Birth rate in 2013[3]: 11.6% (rates per 1000 lives)
  • Death rate in 2013: 8.7% (rates per 1000 lives)
  • Total Infant Deaths in 2013[4]: 414

Top Leading Causes of Death in Wisconsin (2013)
  • Tuberculosis
  • Syphilis
  • Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
  • Malignant Neoplasms
  • Diabetes Mellitus
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Diseases of the Heart
  • Atherosclerosis
  • Other Diseases of Circulatory System
  • Influenza and Pneumonia

  1. Wisconsin Department of Health services
  2. Wisconsin Vital Records
  3. Birth rates in Wisconsin
  4. Death rates in Wisconsin
  5. Leading causes of Death in Wisconsin
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