Health Unit Closed

We are closed on Monday, October 12 for Thanksgiving.


Windsor-Essex County | September 11, 2015, 12:30 pm


In Your Community

Sexual Health Campaign
Smoking Campaign
2015 Gord Smith Award
West Nile Campaign
Immunization Clinic - Keep your child up-to-date.
Stay Cool


Monday, October 12 | Closed for Thanksgiving Day
Thursday, October 15 | Falls Prevention Mobile Clinic
Thursday, October 15 | October Board Meeting
Monday, October 26 | Community Rabies Vaccine Clinics
Wednesday, November 18 | Promoting Early Development Clinic
Thursday, November 19 | November Board Meeting

Current Topics

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The Health Unit strongly recommends getting immunized according to the Publicly Funded Immunization Schedule for Ontario.

Blue-green algae are microscopic bacteria that occur naturally in fresh water lakes. In warm weather, with the right nutrients and low wind, they can form a large mass called a bloom.

Ticks are a relative to the spider and are a crawling, non-flying insect that feed on blood. They vary in size and colour. Female ticks will get larger and change colour when feeding. Ticks can spread Lyme disease.

West Nile Virus (WNV) is a mosquito transmitted virus that can be transferred to humans from the bite of an infected mosquito.