The mission of the Wellesley Health Department is to assess and address the needs of the Wellesley community, in order to protect and improve the health and quality of life of its residents and work force.
This charge is carried out by the implementation of disease prevention programs, health promotion, community health and nursing services, public outreach, education and empowerment, as well as promulgation and enforcement of Health Department, Town and State regulations.
Health Department Spotlights
WELLESLEY KEEP WELL CLINICS
Have your blood pressure monitored and health questions answered. Keep Well Clinics are offered regularly at locations around town and are now at Wellesley Free Library on monthly Wednesdays from 10:30-11:30 (fall dates: September 19, October 17, November 21 and December 19). Click on read more for full schedule.
The Wellesley Health Department is offering walk-in flu clinics on Oct. 18 and Oct. 26 for residents 18+ years and older. Read More
VOTE EARLY AND GET A FLU SHOT
Vote early in the 2018 Massachusetts primary election and get a flu shot from the Health Department. Early voting and vaccinations are offered from October 22 through November 2 at the Warren Recreation and Health Building.