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New Updates

The City of Milwaukee Health Department has recently updated its recommendations for testing for H1N1 influenza and management of exposed healthcare workers.

 

Updated Guidance

CDC Health Alert Network (HAN) Info Service Message: Recommendations for Early Empiric Antiviral Treatment in Persons with Suspected Influenza who are at Increased Risk of Developing Severe Disease

CDC: Novel H1N1 Influenza: Resources for Clinicians

MHD: Recommendations for Antiviral Treatment and Prophylaxis (6/5/09)


Updated Tools - Wisconsin Department of Health Services

Vaccine Administration Information


Frequently Asked Questions - Milwaukee

For a printable document with answers to frequently asked questions related to the healthcare profession, please click here. (last updated 9/16/09)


Summit Information

Milwaukee-Waukesha County Consortium for Emergency Public Health Preparedness partnered with the City of Milwaukee to present the Healthcare H1N1 Summit. The Summit provided up-to-date information about the risks of H1N1, best practices around preventing and treating the flu, and reducing the spread and impact of H1N1 in your hospitals, clinics, and offices.

The Milwaukee Health Department presentation from this summit will be available in the near future. Please check back. 


Sector Liaison

For more information, please contact Mary Jo Gerlach at mgerla@milwaukee.gov


Additional Contact Information

For answers to questions for your office and staff, contact the Wisconsin H1N1 Clinician Hot-Line

Hot-Line Number: 877-393-4161 (H1N1)
Fax: 608-261-8381
Hours: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm weekdays 

Additional questions may be answered on the pandemic.wisconsin.gov website for Healthcare Providers. To go directly to their Healthcare Professionals site, click here.