Washtenaw County Public Health

Washtenaw County Public Health Website

Link to the communicable disease section of the School Portal on the Washtenaw County Public Health website -   School Portal Link
Find the 
Common Communicable Disease Guidance

Link to the Washtenaw County Public Health Pertussis Fact sheet: 
Pertussis Fact Sheet Link 

Washtenaw County Health Department

Is my family protected against measles?

Link to Measles vaccine guidelines flyer

A Message from the Washtenaw County Health Department:

Washtenaw County Health Department Alerts Public to Possible Exposure to Measles

https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/images/cleardot.gifFor Immediate Release

Contact: Susan Ringler Cerniglia, Communications Manager
Washtenaw County Health Department
734-544-6759 or 734-678-7010

Make sure you are fully vaccinated; watch for symptoms if possibly exposed

YPSILANTI, Mich., April 9, 2019 – The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has confirmed one case of measles in Washtenaw County as of April 8, 2019. Washtenaw County Health Department is providing additional information to local residents because of potential exposure to measles in public areas. Measles is very contagious, potentially serious and vaccine-preventable.
Click here for more information about the alert

If you do not have a record of two measles (MMR) vaccines,
or if you are unsure if you have been vaccinated or have had 
measles in the past, contact your healthcare provider about
getting vaccinated. You can also call the Health Department at 734-544-6700.

For more information, visit www.washtenaw.org/health or Michigan.gov/MeaslesOutbreak. 

The Washtenaw County Health Department Fact Sheet on 
Measles is available 
at www.washtenaw.org/DocumentCenter/View/5346/Measles-PDF

Link confirming one case in Washtenaw County

RAHS Clinic Information


Days and hours

RAHS Clinic has open hours for vaccinations. Please see a school nurse for more information.

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