Caring for the health of Madison County residents through immunizations, Nurse visits, blood pressure clinics, diabetes/cholesterol screening, newborn and maternal health, homemaker visits, emergency preparedness and Lifeline.


  Madison County, Iowa - Public Health

For immediate disease reporting, call the Iowa Department of Public Health’s 24/7 hotline: 1-800-362-2736. After hours local disease reporting call 515-689-3800.

Caring for the Health of Madison County Residents is important to us.  To view more information about the following services, simply click on the bolded links below:

Homemaker Services
Child and Adult Immunizations
Flu Clinics
Blood Pressure Clinics
Nursing Services
Lifeline Medical Alert Systems
Emergency Preparedness
Maternal & Child Health Services
Matter of Balance Classes


The 2016 Iowa Youth Survey state report is now available.  Click to view. 

Measles Infographic 
 

Click here to open the 2015 Madison County Community Health Needs Assessment & Health Improvement Plan

Madison Public Health logo 2015

Click here to visit our Facebook Page

Address of
Public Health's office:

Madison County
209 E. Madison Street
Winterset, IA 50273

Hours Office is open:
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Please call ahead for an appointment.
*Walk-ins are welcomed*

Phone Number:
(515) 462-9051

FAX Number:
(515) 462-9061
 
Public Health Administrator:
Stacey Falke BS(HS)

Public Health's Links:

Iowa Department of Public Health (IDPH)

Center for Disease Control (CDC)

Madison County Health Care System
 
             

Keeping babies helathy

Keeping children happy

Good Health is for everyone

Family Health is very important