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Are you South Asian?  Do you have High Blood Pressure, High Cholesterol or Diabetic and are between the ages of 18-65?  You could qualify for a health screening at NO COST and compensated for your participation.  Click here for more details.

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The Animal Control Department has now relocated to the Skokie Police Department on Niles Center Road.  For Animal Control inquiries click here or call them directly at (847) 982-5970

Welcome from the Skokie Health Department

Public health touches the lives of everyone, and Skokie is fortunate to have one of the few state-certified municipal health departments in Illinois.  Skokie Health Department employees work every day to improve the quality of life in Skokie by ensuring safe food and water, maintaining vital birth and death records, controlling outbreaks of infectious diseases and much more. Since early 2020, much of the Skokie Health Department's focus has been on the COVID-19 pandemic, and how to best protect the community. Although the Skokie Health Department personal health services are temporarily unavailable, the Department has historically offered a number of prevention services, such as immunizations and health screenings, and promote healthy behaviors through our tobacco cessation seminars and other programs. Flu clinics will be offered in fall 2020. Details will be announced in late August 2020.

Please call the Health Department at 847/933-8252 if you have additional questions.  

2018 Skokie Health Department Team

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Health Clinics


To schedule an appointment for one of the Health Department's clinics or services, please call 847-933-8252.