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Infant/Child/Teen Immunization

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Immunizing your children is one of the best things you can do to keep them healthy. Since childhood diseases are especially dangerous for infants, it is important to start your child's immunizations on time, usually at birth or 2 months. Children need most of their vaccinations in the first two years of their lives, when they need protection the most. Immunizations will be done by appointment only. Call (608) 266-4821.

Recommended Immunization Schedule

PHMDC can immunize children through 18 years who:

  • Are completely uninsured
  • Have Medical Assistance or Badger Care
  • Have 'major medical insurance' (only covering hospitalization; no preventive care coverage)
  • Are Native American or Alaska Native

PHMDC provides all recommended children's vaccines, free at Public Health Immunization Clinics:


Immunization Clinic appointments

  • Bring your child's immunization records
  • Parent must attend clinic with child. If this is not possible, call us first, (608) 266-4821.
  • Attention Foreign Exchange Student Host Families: Please let us know you are the host family when making the appointment. Special arrangements for parental permission need to be made before the clinic appointment.


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Key Contacts

(608) 266-4821

Wisconsin Immunization Registry
Preteens and Teens Need Vaccines Too!
Protect Your Baby From Pertussis
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