A Public Health Nurse is available Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. to provide residents with information, consultation, and community referral for any health-related concerns or questions. Please call 414-302-8600 and ask to speak to a Public Health Nurse.

Clinic Information 

Clinic Days Clinic Hours
Tuesday 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Wednesday 8:30 - 11:30 a.m.


Type of Service Cost
Adult Hepatitis A Vaccination $75
Adult Hepatitis B Vaccination $70
Blood Pressure Checks Free
COVID-19 Vaccination Free
Flu Vaccination
- Billable to individuals insurance
- Free for children 18 and under
- $35 regular dose
- $70 high dose
Immunizations (Childhood/Select Adult) Dependent on vaccine type
Pregnancy Testing Free
TB Skin Test

Non-Clinical Services Available
  • Harm Reduction Resources: Nurses are available to provide Narcan, training on how to administer it, and Fentanyl test strips for free to anyone who needs it. 
  • Children's Vision and Hearing Screenings: These screenings are conducted routinely, in the public and private schools, for targeted grades on an annual basis. Screening can also be done by the request of a parent or teacher. Parents will be notified of the screening results and are offered counseling and resources if medical follow-up is indicated.
  • Home Health Visits and Consultations: Information on infant and child care, parenting and community resources is provided to parents. Public Health Nurses are available to visit our older residents to assess their health status and assist them with obtaining community resources to meet their needs. Flu immunizations are available to homebound residents each fall.
  • Referral to Wisconsin Well Woman Program: The West Allis Health Department is part of a partnership of 13 suburban Milwaukee County Health Departments that have been given a grant to cover the cost of mammograms and pap smears for women, age 50 years and older, who lack insurance coverage and who meet income guidelines.
  • Child Health Screenings: Health screenings available include height, weight, iron level, blood lead test and a developmental screening. Information and resources on parenting, safety, nutrition and growth and development are also available.
  • Referral and Resources: A social worker is on staff to connect individuals, groups, and families with resources to deal with problems in their everyday lives.