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

How To Schedule an Appointment

  • We give immunizations by appointment only.
  • For children: a parent must come to the appointment. If this is not possible, tell us while scheduling the appointment.
  • Tell us if you are a host family of a foreign Exchange Student when scheduling an appointment. We have to get permission from the student’s parents before we can immunize them.
  • You can schedule an appointment at our South Park Street Office 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 making an appointment, please call (608) 242-6255.

Prepare for your appointment

  • Bring all the immunization records for the person who has the appointment.
  • You will get a text or email before your appointment with forms to complete.

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! Every year, flu vaccination prevents illnesses, medical visits, hospitalizations, and deaths.
  • It is safe to get your flu shot and a COVID shot or booster at the same time or without regard to timing. 
  • Flu vaccination is important for people with chronic health conditions. For example, for people with heart disease, flu vaccination has been associated with lower rates of some cardiac events.
  • Vaccinating pregnant people
    • Helps protect them from flu illness and hospitalization
    • Helps protect the baby from flu infection for several months after birth, before the baby can be vaccinated.
  • While some people who get vaccinated can still get sick, flu vaccination has been shown in multiple studies to protect against serious illness, hospitalization, and death. 
  • Read more on CDC's website