Our mission at Amery Regional Medical Center is to provide convenient, quality healthcare services to all people in a caring, efficient and financially responsible manner that will enhance the quality of life in our community; to promote community wellness; and, to do so with compassion, dignity and respect for those we serve.
Osceola Medical Center
Welcome to the new, state-of-the-art, Osceola Medical Center. Here is where we combine technology, outstanding patient care and friendly service to provide you with the best care possible. Our great customer service, along with comfort, privacy and convenience, are designed right into the facility. Our patient-friendly
layout starts at the front door.
St Croix Health
St. Croix Health is a not-for-profit healthcare system located in Minnesota and Wisconsin and is dedicated to helping people live healthier, happier, and longer lives. For over 100 years, St. Croix Health has been serving the healthcare needs of the greater St. Croix Valley area. Today, St. Croix Health offers the services of 100+ providers and 20 specialties with five community clinics all supported by a critical access hospital on the main campus in St. Croix Falls.
Resources, access and empowerment for the health of all Polk County residents.
We envision a vital, healthy Polk County in 2018, in which resources and collaboration are maximized. Polk United - Healthier Together efforts will be centralized, sustainable, and strong because of diverse community involvement. Access to care and resources will be readily accessible. Individual and family efforts to seek good health will be fully supported and will be an accepted part of daily life.
The Mental Health Task Force of Polk County
The Mental Health Task Force of Polk County, Wisconsin is a grassroots, non-profit organization of area mental health providers, social service agencies, government and law enforcement representatives, health care facilities, and community members. Goals of the Task Force include:
- Reduce stigma associated with mental health issues
- Improve access to mental health careIncrease awareness of mental health issues via educational programming
- Identify and address mental health issues that face our community
Western Wisconsin Working for Tobacco-Free Living
W3TFL is a Multi-Jurisdiction Coalition (MJC) that includes five counties in Western Wisconsin; Burnett, Pierce, Polk, Rusk and St.Croix. With the help of our coalition partners and members, we are encouraging people to in our communities to live tobacco-free. We support reaching toward a healthier Wisconsin, one that embraces tobacco-free communities! Partners, members, youth, health officials, community members, volunteers, and many more from all walks of life have come together to work on improving the health of Western Wisconsin.
Western Wisconsin Public Health
Readiness Consortia (WWPHRC)
The Western Wisconsin Public Health Readiness Consortia (WWPHRC) is a regional consortia consisting of 13 local public health agencies and 1 tribal health agency, including Polk County. Established in 2003 with funding from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, our purpose is to help our members develop local capacity to effectively respond to all types of health emergencies including bioterrorism, infectious disease outbreaks, and natural disasters. We do this through networking, coordinating, standardizing, and centralizing our resources and planning efforts among our members.
Clear Lake 715-263-2117
St Croix Falls 715-483-9823
The Wisconsin Well Badger Resource Center-(MCH and First Step) is a statewide public health Information and Referral (I&R) service and resource program offering a toll free phone line and website. Soon the Well Badger website will include chat, text and mobile technology that will provide linkages to information and services for women, children and families, and families with children who have special health care needs and professionals. Wisconsin Well Badger is the central directory for all information and referral to services for the Maternal and Child Health (MCH) program, Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs (CYSHCN) program, Women, Infant and Children supplemental nutrition program (WIC), Health Check/Healthy Start and Medicaid Pregnancy Outreach program, and the Wisconsin Well Women Program (WWWP). The Well Badger Resource Center is staffed to provide information and referrals with a deliberate focus to engage high-risk populations and for those with special needs. Call the toll free number at 1-800-642-7837 OR visit https://wellbadger.org/ to access these resources.
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
Welcome to the Polk County Influenza (Flu) Resource Center. This website is intended to provide our partners and the citizens of Polk County with important information regarding the 2011-2012 flu season.
World Health Organization (WHO)
US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
HHS Safety Portal
"What is an Adverse Event?" An adverse event is an undesirable side effect or unexpected health or product quality problem that an individual believes was caused by the use of a tobacco product.
Anyone can report an adverse event to the FDA. In fact, these reports help us identify safety concerns with tobacco products that could cause health or safety problems beyond those normally associated with tobacco product use.
Report through the portal link above, or by calling a toll-free number, 1-800-FDA-1088.