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Have you ever wondered what your public health laboratory does to protect your community? Check out this "What is a public health laboratory?" video produced by the Association of Public Health Laboratories.
For more information on public health laboratories in Wisconsin, click here.
The Eleven Core Functions of Public Health Laboratories
The national public health laboratory system is tasked with accomplishing the following core functions as part of its organizational capacity:
Disease Prevention, Control and Surveillance
Integrated Data Management
Reference and Specialized Testing
Environmental Health and Protection
Laboratory Improvement and Regulation
Public Health Related Research
Training and Education
Partnerships and Communication
City of Milwaukee Public Health Laboratories
841 N. Broadway, Room 205
Milwaukee, WI 53202-3653
Emergency after hours contact, call 414-286-2150.
Click here for our fillable, printable requisition.
►Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendment (CLIA) Certification
►Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendment (CLIA) Certification—Keenan Health Center
►Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade & Consumer Protection Laboratory Certification
►American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) Certification—Environmental Lead
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