We value how well they understand the restaurant industry and apply that knowledge to help our business." Affiliated company and WDPH
tenant Wendelta, Inc.
Since December 1, 2011, WDPH
, under its authority in the Department of Health Services Administrative Code Chapter 145, has required all 138 Wisconsin acute care and critical access hospitals to report laboratory-identified CRE, using the multidrug-resistant organism and Clostridium difficile infection module of the National Healthcare Safety Network (2).
or local health department personnel administered the confidential questionnaire in person or by telephone.
staff members initially focused on the renal transplant procedure and contacted the United Network for Organ Sharing for donor information.
interviewed the patient to determine possible environmental sources of lead.
, in partnership with community organizations, supports outreach and overdose prevention services for persons with drug dependence.
In this same region of Wisconsin, raw ground beef served as tiger meat was associated with large (more than 50 cases) outbreaks of foodborne illness reported to WDPH
during 1972, 1978, and 1994 (1-3).
On August 8, WDPH
was notified of a news report describing the aircraft incident involving the bat.
CDC, MHD, and WDPH
reviewed the timing of recently implemented HIV testing strategies and examined data from two sources: 1) name-based, confidential HIV surveillance data (collected in Wisconsin since 1985) and 2) HIV testing data from publicly funded test sites.
Epidemiologic investigation by WDPH
determined that the family had recently purchased small turtles at a souvenir shop (store B) in south-central Wisconsin.
distributed assessment tools to the local health department to screen health-care workers and community contacts of the patient for exposure to potentially infectious secretions.
During November 2002, WDPH
and the Wisconsin State Laboratory of Hygiene (WSLH) confirmed that two ill residents of county A had been infected with WNV.