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 WELCOME to Platte County Public Health located in Wheatland, Wyoming!
Our mission is to protect and promote the health of citizens of Platte County. The services we provide are population based. We focus on improving the health status of the population rather than the treatment of individuals. These services are based on three core Public Health principles:
~Public Health agencies assess the community health status and determine whether the community has adequate resources to address the identified problems.
~Use the data gathered through the assessment to develop health policies and programs.
~Assure that necessary, high quality, effective services are available. However, "assure" does not always mean to provide, but to see that services are available.


General Information:
Open 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Closed for most government holidays.

Appointments strongly encouraged for all services we provide. We will accomodate walk-ins as much as possible depending on nurse staff availble. 

See our
page for information on COVID-19. Links provided to the CDC and Wyoming Department of Health. Remember the most important way to protect yourself is to wash your hands!

NEW!!!! Breastfeeding clinics now being offered! Please visit the MCH page to get more information or call our office!

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The purpose of Public Health is the prevention of disease, the promotion of health, and the limitation of disability.






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