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For information or questions about the flu or the vaccines, or to make an appointment, please call our offices: Dickinson County 1-906-774-1868 and Iron County 1-906-265-9913


Pediatric/Adolescent (6 mo. - 18 yrs) FLU CONSENT FORM 2022-2023


Adult - Non Medicare (19 yrs and older) FLU CONSENT FORM 2022-2023


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To inquire about the DIDHD Upper Peninsula Environmental Health Code, or to make suggestions or comments in regards to the code please send an email to rlafave@didhd.org or call 1-906-779-7239

DIDHD Upper Peninsula Environmental Health Code



2021 U.P. Community Health Needs Assessment



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Community Health Services

Community Health services provided by the Dickinson-Iron District Health Department (DIDHD) include Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), Hearing and Vision Testing, Children's Special Health Care Services (CSHCS), Maternal and Infant Support Services (MSS/ISS), MIChild a (health insurance program for uninsured children in Michigan's working families), Influenza Immunizations, Immunizations clinics, Family Planning Programs, Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Programs as well as many others.

Environmental Health

The Environmental Health Division is responsible for preserving, protecting, and improving the public health, welfare and environment within Dickinson and Iron counties. To fulfill this responsibility, the Department's Environmental Health Division maintains a highly trained and qualified staff that provides the following services: Inspection programs, consultation services, educational outreach and regulatory enforcement.

Emergency Preparedness

The Dickinson-Iron District Health Department (DIDHD) must be prepared to respond to any emergency impacting the public's health. The mission of the Emergency Preparedness Section is to prepare the health department staff to respond to public health emergencies, to collaborate with local, regional, and state emergency response partners, to educate the public, and to provide rapid detection and intervention of public health diseases and emergencies. The DIDHD has developed this section of its website to provide information and resources related to preparing for emergencies and disasters that may effect the public's health.

 
CURRENT NEWS & UPDATES
11/8/22
Special District Board of Health Meeting Scheduled
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9/6/22
Health Department Announces Influenza Vaccination Clinics
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9/1/22
Dickinson-Iron District Health Department Kicks off National Preparedness Month in September
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6/22/22
Extreme Heat
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6/20/22
Temporary Food License Requirement
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6/16/22
Dickinson-Iron District Health Department Promotes Food Safety
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5/27/22
Dickinson-Iron District Health Department Advisory: Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza Confirmed in Two Bald Eagles
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5/17/22
Free Vision and Hearing Screenings
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4/4/22
Dickinson-Iron District Health Department Celebrates Public Health Week in April
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3/24/22
Free Children’s KN95 Masks Available at the Dickinson-Iron District Health Department
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2/4/22
Updated Environmental Health Code
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1/28/22
Free KN95 Masks Available at the Dickinson-Iron District Health Department
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1/28/22
Dickinson-Iron District Board of Health Appointments
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1/4/22
DIDHD Changes Guidance on COVID-19 Isolation and Quarantine Periods Guidance aligns with U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Protocols
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7/1/21
Tick season is here - Michiganders urged to prevent tick bites
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6/15/21
Marijuana, Some Things You Need to Know Before Using
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4/9/21
“New Points” Dickinson-Iron Syringe Service Program to begin at Dickinson-Iron District Health Department
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5/7/20
The Dickinson-Iron District Health Department to Assist with Tick Identification
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2/25/20
Dickinson-Iron District Health Department Gains Accreditation Status
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8/8/18
Upper Peninsula Health Data Report Released
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7/31/17
Rapid HIV Testing is a new service being offered within the Dickinson-Iron District Health Department’s Family Planning and STD programs.
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8/10/15
Breastfeeding: Anytime, Anywhere
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8/5/15
School Fluoride Rinse Program
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6/9/14
Body Art
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