Health for all who live, work and play in Cudahy…Committed to Healthier Cudahy.
The mission of the Cudahy Health Department is to protect and promote the overall health and wellbeing of the community by recognizing the unique values and needs of our diverse population.
Katie Lepak, MS
Phone: (414) 769-2239
Fax: (414) 769-2291
The Cudahy Health Department is committed to helping Cudahy become a healthier community. We provide various services related to health to all Cudahy residents. If you have any questions, comments, or would like to learn more about the services the health department offers, please contact us Monday-Friday 8:00AM-4:30PM (No holidays).
We look forward to seeing you out in the community!
Cudahy Health Department
5050 South Lake Drive
Cudahy, WI 53110
Phone: (414) 769-2239
After hours phone: (414) 769-2260
If there is a public health emergency after regular business hours please call:
Cudahy Dispatch Center (414) 769-2260.
Ask that the Health Department Personnel contact you.
Public Health Updates:
Emergency Preparedness BAT 16 Mass Clinic Exercise
Thank you for all who were able to participate in this exercise. Area local health departments had the opportunity to practice our mass clinic plans in effort to prepare ourselves in the event of a real emergency. This exercise was helpful to improve our efforts!
Elizabethkingia in Wisconsin
Elizabethkingia are bacteria that are rarely reported to cause illness in humans, and are uncommon colonizers of the respiratory tract. The signs and symptoms of illness that can result from exposure to the bacteria can include fever, shortness of breath, chills or cellulitis. Confirmation of the illness requires a laboratory test. Click here to read updates on Elizabethkingia in Wisconsin.
Click here to learn more about Governor Scott Walker increasing support in the fight against Elizabethkingia
Zika Virus Update
According to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, there are currently no reports of Zika virus infections in Wisconsin travelers.
For the most up-to-date information, please visit the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Centers for Disease Control Website, or the World Health Organization Website