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Who We Immunize

  • We give free childhood immunizations to infants and children (through 18 years of age) who:
    • Do not have insurance that covers immunizations, or
    • Have Medical Assistance or BadgerCare, or
    • Are Native American or Alaska Native.
  • If your child has insurance that covers immunizations, please contact their health care provider. 
  • We have free COVID-19 vaccines and boosters for all, regardless of insurance status.
  • For vaccinations for travel, see Immunizations for Work, School, & Travel.
  • For details on vaccinating adults, see Immunizations for Adults

To Schedule an Appointment

  • The immunization clinic is by appointment only. Our appointments can fill up fast. If you have a regular healthcare provider, please try them first.
  • We provide an interpreter, if needed.
  • A parent must come to the appointment with the child. If this is not possible, tell us while scheduling the appointment.
  • Bring all the immunization records you have for your child to the appointment.
  • Foreign Exchange Student host families: tell us you are the host family. Parental permission is required for us to vaccinate.
  • You can schedule an appointment at our South Park Street Clinic or at our East Washington Avenue Office. 

South Park Street Clinic
2230 S. Park St.
Madison, WI 53713
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East Washington Avenue Office
2705 East Washington Ave.
Madison, WI 53704
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If you are more than 15 minutes late, we may reschedule your appointment. If you need help booking an appointment, please call (608) 266-4821.


Forms for your appointment

Please complete a screening form and consent form (below). If you are unable to print them, you can fill them out at your appointment.

Screening Forms

Consent Forms


Immunization Requirements

Childcare

Diseases are easily spread in group settings of young children. Wisconsin law requires some immunizations for childcare settings to help protect children from these diseases. If your child has received all recommended vaccines for their age, they will meet childcare requirements.

School

The Wisconsin Student Immunization Law says that all students through grade 12 are required to have certain immunizations based on their grade and age. It is important that your child is up to date on immunizations so they don’t miss school.  


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