Dr. Robert Fox, the founder of Shalem Healing, said the nonprofit clinic takes a holistic approach to health care by attempting to treat the cause rather than the symptom of health issues.
A new public health order allows businesses, schools and sporting events to increase capacity as vaccination efforts ramp up in the city.
Scammers are posing as representatives from Froedtert and the Medical College of Wisconsin in an attempt to get financial information from those waiting for their COVID-19 vaccine.
A new effort led by Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers and Ascension Wisconsin seeks to quadruple the number of vaccines available on the city’s South Side.
The Milwaukee Health Department continues to face staffing upheaval and controversy with the announcement this week that two top-level department leaders were departing at the request of new Health Commissioner Kirsten Johnson.
A special effort by the Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services will put shots in arms of eligible tribal members.
Those 65 and older in the 53204 and 53206 ZIP codes will now have another option for receiving their vaccine, and another hotline will connect residents with information.
Sixteenth Street Community Health Centers is teaming with the Milwaukee County Behavioral Health Division to bring behavioral health services to the South Side.
We talked to some of Milwaukee’s health care experts to see what questions they receive about the vaccine, how they clear up misconceptions and where to go for reliable information.
New groups become eligible for vaccinations and federal officials approve a third vaccine for those 18 and older. Here’s what you need to know this week.