General Information
Health Officer/Director
Debbie Siegenthaler, RN, MSN
Public Health Nurse
Ann Thompson, RN, BSN
Project Public Health Nurse
Carmen Carpenter, RN, BSN
Public Health Nurse
Carly Tibbits, RN, BSN
LTE Public Health Nurse
Kelly Deterding, RN, BSN
Public Health Community Coordinator/Educator
Geana Shemak, PhD, ATC
Department Assistant
Kathy Key
Environmental Health Consultant
Troy Moris, RS
Phone Numbers
(608) 930-9870
Emergencies: Dial 911
Location
303 W. Chapel St.
Suite 2200
Dodgeville,
WI
53533

Hours
Monday-Friday 8:00am-4:30pm

Education and Classes



  We encourage you to take a look and see if a program is right for you.  If you would like to sign up for a class or are interested in a class and have questions, please call the Iowa County Health Department at 930-9870 or the Iowa County ADRC at 930-9835.   



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         Stepping On              is a seven         ‐         week workshop offered throughout Wisconsin that is proven to reduce falls. Workshops are facilitated by trained leaders and provide a safe and positive learning experience.  The sessions focus on improving balance and strength, home and environmental safety, vision, and a medication review. Research shows that Stepping On participants have a 31% reduced risk of falls.    








         Healthy Living with Diabetes              is designed to help adults with type 2 diabetes or prediabetes learn skills and increase their confidence in managing their diabetes.  The workshop meets for 2½ hours once a week for six weeks,  The workshop provides information and support to people with  type 2 diabetes, pre-diabetes and family and friends affected by diabetes. Workshops are facilitated by two trained peer leaders, one or both of whom have diabetes themselves or a family member has diabetes.    








          Living      Well with Chronic Conditions             is a 2½ hours once a week for six weeks workshop.  The workshop provides information and support to people with on         ‐         going health problems such as arthritis, obesity, high blood pressure, heart disease, chronic pain, anxiety, and others. Workshops build the participants’ confidence in their ability to manage their health and maintain active and fulfilling lives.