family cookingWe give free flu shots to people 6 months and older in Dane County, who have BadgerCare, or who don't have insurance.

To Schedule an Appointment

  • A parent must come to appointments for children. If this is not possible, tell us while scheduling the appointment.
  • Bring all the immunization records you have for the person(s) who have 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. Both offices are in Madison.
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 and Consent Forms

About Getting a Flu Vaccine

  • The CDC recommends that everyone 6 months of age and older get a flu shot every year. Getting a flu shot protects you and the people around you!
  • This year, a flu shot is more important than ever due to COVID-19. Getting a flu shot this season helps protect you, your family and your community
  • If you still have not received your COVID vaccine, it is safe to get your flu and COVID shot at the same time or without regard to timing. Every year, flu vaccination prevents illnesses, medical visits, hospitalizations, and deaths.
  • Flu vaccination also is an important preventive tool for people with chronic health conditions. For example, flu vaccination has been associated with lower rates of some cardiac events among in people with heart disease.
  • Vaccinating pregnant people helps protect them from flu illness and hospitalization, and also has been shown to help protect the baby from flu infection for several months after birth, before the baby can be vaccinated.
  • While some people who get vaccinated still get sick, flu vaccination has been shown in several studies to reduce severity of illness.
  • Read more on CDC's website.