Seasonal Influenza

Find out what you need to know about the 2015-2016 Influenza Season and where you can go for the vaccine.


Visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website for What You Should Know for the 2015-2016 Influenza Season.



Information on where seasonal influenza vaccine can be found is listed below.  (Changes to this list will be made as we become aware of them.)


Could you be at risk for a fall.... and not know it?

Many of us are unaware of the changes in our health that could put us at risk for a fall.  Join us for a 3-part series to help identify changes that put us at risk and how to make improvements so that we can Stay Active, Be Confident!


Episode I - Could I be at risk?




Flooding can happen at any time.  The Wisconsin Flood Toolkit is an excellent all-in-one resource containing:

Know Your Fall Risk

Take our Fall Risk quiz.  Visit our Falls Prevention page for more information.













Milk Depot

The Winnebago Count Health Department in Oshkosh is proud to be a milk depot for the Mothers' Milk Bank of the Western Great Lakes. For more information, contact Allison or Barb at 920-232-3000.

Ebola Virus

The likelihood of an Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) case in Winnebago County is very low, however, we are taking precautions by working with all of our local healthcare systems in preparedness planning and evaluating travelers who have returned from Africa.


If a case is suspected, we have processes in place to notify the local hospital as wwell as first responders.  We would also receive support from the State Department of Health Services and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).


ASK Campaign

The ASK (Asking Saves Kids) Campaign promotes a simple idea with the potential to help keep kids safe.  It encourages parents to ASK if there is an unlocked gun in the homes where their children play.  Check out the ASK website for information and resources.

2015 Poster Contest Winners

The Winnebago County Land and Water Conservation Department held its "2015 Conservation Awareness Poster Contest" on December 4, 2014 that was open to kindergarten through 12th grade students.  The contest’s theme this year was “Local Heroes - Your Hardworking Pollinators” which opened the door for students to gain a better understanding of What is a pollinator?, Why are pollinators important to us?, and What types of pollinators are


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