For information on the African Ebola epidemic and State and Local response to the situation follow the link below:
Minnesota Department of Health Ebola Information Site
Dispose of Unwanted Medicines at Free Drop Boxes
Getting rid of medicines just got easier for Hennepin County residents!
- Residents can drop off unwanted medicines at drop boxes in Edina (Hennepin County Library Southdale), Brooklyn Park, Minnetonka, downtown Minneapolis and Spring Park.
- Medicines from households, including prescription medicines, over-the-counter medicines, vitamins, supplements and pet medicines, are accepted.
- Bring medicines in their original containers. No ID is required. This is a free service.
- Proper disposal of unwanted medicines is important to prevent abuse or poisoning and protect the environment.
- Learn more at this web link www.hennepin.us/medicine.
Bloomington Public Health
The City of Richfield entered into a contractual agreement with the City of Bloomington back in 1977 for the provision of public health nursing services and has continued to provide them to Richfield residents for the past 35 years. They provide effective services in a very cost efficient manner to Richfield residents who continue to indicate that those receiving their services are very satisfied.
Richfield/Bloomington Public Health Division
1900 West Old Shakopee Road,
Bloomington, MN 55431
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Nurse information line: 9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.