Clinics

 

Our Nurses do their best to keep infants, children, and adults in tiptop shape! Our Health Educator strives to keep everyone updated as to the latest health information available. Our Sanitarians do everything possible to keep our food and environment clean and safe.  At the Wayne Health Department our goal is to work together, as a team, to prevent illness and improve the health of our community. With that in mind, we have designed programs, clinics, and screenings to promote, gain, and maintain good health.
 
2015 HEALTH DEPARTMENT CLINICS:

Blood Chemistry Profile | Schedule
This screening is offered in April and in October. This screening provides a complete cardiac risk profile while measuring the levels of 23 different elements found within the blood including: white and red blood cells, glucose, triglycerides, cholesterol (LDL and HDL ratios), iron, etc..

Blood Pressure ScreeningSchedule
Free blood pressure screenings offered on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month from 3 to 4 p.m. No appointment required.

Child Health Conference (Well Child Clinic)Schedule
The Child Health Conference is open to Wayne residents who do not have any health insurance. This program provides infants, preschool and school aged children (until their 19th birthday) with a full examination and age appropriate immunizations performed by pediatrician, Dr. Eisenstein. TB testing is also available. Lead poisoning prevention is provided with testing available. At each clinic session parents are counselled regarding growth, development, nutrition, and safety*. There is a $10 fee for each visit.

Dental Health ClinicSchedule
The Dental Health Clinic is provided for free to children of Wayne Township, ages 5 through 18 years of age, who cannot afford the services of a private dentist as determined by a financial screening. Children are referred through schools, by school nurses, dentists, and by parental request. The services of an experienced child friendly dentist are contracted for this program.

For Men OnlySchedule
A male cancer screening clinic for the prevention and early detection of prostate, testicular and colorectal cancers. This screening is a cooperative effort between the Wayne Health Department and Chilton Hospital. Screening includes: blood pressure evaluation, urinalysis, hemmocult test, prostate exam and a PSA (prostate specific antigen) blood test.

Immunization ProgramSchedule
The Immunization Program, held in June and September, provides vaccines to Wayne’s school-aged children in need of immunizations who do not have health insurance. The vaccines are free, however, there is a $10 administration fee. Children are referred by school nurses and various other agencies. Immunizations are administered by a physician who lives or works in Wayne Township.

Flu Clinic Schedule
The Wayne Health Department encourages residents to get their seasonal flu shot.  These clinics are offered to Wayne Township residents over age 6 months old. Due to the volume of registrants wishing shots, we use a Flu Clinic Online Registration Portal.

Lookin’ Good Aerobics Schedule
Lookin’ Good incorporates cardiovascular, core, strength and resistance training. The class consists of 30 minutes of aerobics which includes use of a step, gliders and traditional aerobic activity, followed by 30 minutes of resistance training using light weights, resistance bands, balls and body bars. The last fifteen minutes of class concludes with abdominal and core training. Current Flyer

Peripheral Vascular Disease Screening Schedule
This screening consists of an ankle-brachial index test which compares blood pressure in the upper and lower extremities.

Senior Dental Health Clinic Schedule
The Senior Dental Health Clinic is provided to adults of Wayne Township who are over the age of 60 and who do not have dental insurance. The services of an experienced dentist are contracted for this program. Cost is $10.

Shingles Vaccination Clinic | Schedule
This clinic is available for Wayne Township residents 60 years of age and older. Shingles is a painful skin rash caused by reactivation of the virus that causes chickenpox. Shingles can affect anyone who has ever had chickenpox in the past. The risk for contracting shingles increases with age, starting at around age 50, and the risk of complications from shingles rises after age 60. The shingles vaccine, Zostavax, works by boosting your immune system against the virus. This vaccine cannot be used to treat shingles once you have it. Cost is $175 and appointments are required.

Stroke ScreeningSchedule
This screening includes a blood pressure evaluation, cholesterol screening (HDL, LDL, and triglycerides), glucose screening, carotid bruits assessment and pulse palpation for atrial fibrillation. Fasting is recommended for accurate results, but not required.

Wayne Township’s Annual Health Fair Schedule
Numerous health and medical professionals will be available to answer questions and provide information on various topics. Free health screenings will be offered. The health fair is open to people of all ages and admission is free.

Women’s Awareness | Schedule
A female cancer screening clinic for the prevention and early detection of cervical, uterine, breast and colorectal cancers. Screening includes: blood pressure evaluation, urinalysis, hemmocult test, breast examination and pap smear.

Town Hall

475 Valley Road
Wayne, NJ 07470
Weekdays 8:30am-4:30pm
Tuesdays open until 7:00 pm
Sat & Sun: Closed
Closed on State Holidays

Wayne DPW Complex

201 Dey Road
Wayne, NJ 07470
Weekdays 7:30am-3:30pm
Sat & Sun: Closed
Closed on State Holidays