NEW! Appointments only! New Schedule!
Beginning January 1, 2014, immunizations will be done by appointment only. Clinics will be held in Madison (South and East), Sun Prairie, and Middleton but with some changes to time and frequency. Call (608) 266-4821 for an immunization appointment. Please see updated schedule below for more detail.
Immunization Clinic Schedule (July-December 2013)
Immunization Clinic Schedule (January-july 2014)
- Immunizations are provided free of charge.
- Beginning January 1, 2014, immunizations will be done by appointment only. Call (608) 266-4821.
- Bring all immunization records to each clinic.
- Interpreter provided.
- An immunization clinic will be cancelled if the public schools close in the community where the clinic is scheduled.
- Parent must attend clinic with child. If this is not possible, discuss concerns when making the appointment.
- Attention Foreign Exchange Student Host Families: Please let us know when making the appointment that you are the host family. Special arrangements for parental permission need to be made before the clinic appointment.
Who Can Get Immunizations Through Public Health?
Public Health Madison & Dane County can provide free immunizations to children through age 18 years who:
- Do not have insurance, or
- Do have Medical Assistance or Badger Care, or
- Have 'major medical insurance' (only covering hospitalization; no preventive care coverage), or
- Are Native American or Alaska Native
Forms can be completed before attending clinic. Please complete one screening and one administration consent for each person being immunized. Bring forms with you to the clinic.
- Screening Questionnaire for Adult Immunization:
- Screening Questionnaire for Child and Teen Immunization:
- Administration Consent Form for Adult Immunization:
- Administration Consent Form for Child and Teen Immunization:
If you have health insurance that covers vaccines, call your provider to be immunized.
- PHMDC can no longer immunize children or adults who have private health insurance covering vaccines, even if they must meet a deductible or have a co-pay.
- Call your insurance company to learn what vaccines are paid for with your policy.
Vaccines are safe and effective, and prevent many diseases that can have serious complications and may even be fatal. They protect you and also those around you.