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Category: Health

Measles Information

Public Health Information Regarding Measles

With the recent outbreaks of measles occurring in the United States, the Wayne Health Department understands that there might be some questions or concerns. We have provided the attached documents to help explain what is considered an exposure and what you need to do if you have been told that you have been exposed to measles. Any questions please contact the Wayne Public Health Nurses at 973-694-1800 ext. 3373.

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Nursing FAQ

  Where do I dispose of used or new (no longer needed) needles?Chilton Medical Center- Access Center accepts the needles, call them at 973-831-5191 for more information. Where do I dispose of medication that is expired or no longer needed?The Wayne Police Department has a Project Medicine Drop Box in their lobby for pills and capsules.  Liquids can be disposed

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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

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Wayne Township Office of Vital Statistics

Please note that the Office of Vital Statistics only maintains vital records for births, deaths, marriages, civil unions and domestic partnerships that have occurred in the Township of Wayne. This office does not maintain records for births, deaths, marriages, civil unions and domestic partnerships that have occurred in other municipalities in the County of Passaic. Such requests must be directed

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Health Department

One of the primary purposes of the Wayne Health Department is to prevent the premature onset of disease and disability and to help all residents achieve healthier, more productive lives. The health department is committed to maintaining, protecting, and promoting the health of its residents through organized health promotion and disease prevention efforts. These efforts are based on state-wide standards

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