COVID-19 Vaccinations

Current offerings (click each for vaccine information):

Please make an appointment using the buttons below and arrive at your scheduled appointment time.  Make sure to bring along with you your...

  • Previously issued vaccination card (if applicable)
  • Proof of insurance or Medicare advantage plan
  • Medicare number (if applicable)

Have questions?  Scroll down to see our most frequently asked questions about the vaccine schedule and eligibility.  If you question still isn't answered, visit our Contact Us page for other ways to find your answer!

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FAQ

Am I immunocompromised?

Many conditions and treatments can cause a person to be immunocompromised (have a weakened immune system).  People in this category have different vaccination recommendations than those with a normal immune system. 

The CDC has determined that you are moderately to severely immunocompromised if you...

  • have been receiving treatment for cancer
  • are a recipient of an organ transplant
  • received a stem cell transplant within the last 2 years
  • have a primary immunodeficiency condition (such as DiGeorge syndrome, Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome, etc)
  • have advanced or untreated HIV infection
  • are being treated with high-dose corticosteroids (such as prednisone) or other drugs that may suppress the immune system

For more information on the CDC's recommendations for immunocompromised people, please click here.

Am I eligible for a booster?

For an easy way of determining your eligibility, refer to the colored chart on this page or use the tool found on the CDC's website on eligibility.

Eligible for 1 booster:

  • Everybody ages 5 years and older

Eligible for 2 boosters:

  • Adults ages 50 years and older
  • People ages 12 years and older who are moderately or severely immunocompromised
What should I do if I lost my card?

The CDC has asked that we NOT issue duplicate or replacement vaccination cards.  However, the Wisconsin Immunization Registry has record of your vaccinations that were given in the state of Wisconsin.  The quickest and easiest way to get a copy is by visiting their website.  There you can print off a detailed list of your vaccinations.

Can I get other vaccines at the same time?

Flu shots can be given in the same visit as COVID-19 vaccinations, if desired.  Our pharmacists recommend any other vaccines be separated from the COVID-19 vaccine by at least 2 weeks.  Speak with your doctor or pharmacist about your vaccination schedule!

What are the vaccination cards used for?

Certain places of business, event venues, or travel destinations have asked for vaccination cards as proof of your vaccination status.  If you have plans to attend an event or go on a trip, it's best to check with that place, business, or destination to find out what they need from you as far as proof of vaccination status.

What if I don't have insurance?

Despite the federal program ending, we are continuing to offer COVID vaccines free of charge to those without commercial insurance, Medicare, or Medicaid plans.  

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