Immunizations

Public Health offers immunizations against childhood and adult vaccine-preventable diseases. Vaccination continues to be one of the most important things you can do to protect your child and yourself from dangerous diseases.

Immunization Clinic Schedule 2023
January
Thursday, January 5th: 8am - 11am
Wednesday, January 18th: 2pm - 5pm
July
Thursday, July 6th: 8am - 11am
Wednesday, July 19th: 2pm - 5:00pm
February
Thursday, February 2nd: 8am - 11am
Wednesday, February 15th: 2pm - 5pm
August
Thursday, August 3rd: 8am - 11am
Wednesday, August 16th: 2pm - 5pm 
March
Thursday, March 2nd: 8am - 11am
Wednesday, March 15th: 2pm - 5pm
September
Thursday, September 7th: 8am - 11am
Wednesday, September 20th: 2pm - 5pm
April
Thursday, April 6th: 8am - 11am
Wednesday, April 19th: 2pm - 5pm
October
Thursday, October 5th: 8am - 11am
Wednesday, October 18th: 2pm - 5pm
May
Thursday, May 4th: 8am - 11am
Wednesday, May 17th: 2pm - 5pm
November
Thursday, November 2nd: 8am - 11am
Wednesday, November 15th: 2pm - 5pm
June
Thursday, June 1st: 8am - 11am
Wednesday, June 21st: 2pm - 5pm
December
Thursday, December 7th: 8am - 11am
Wednesday, December 20th: 2pm - 5pm
Call to schedule your immunization appointment and verify vaccine availability! 
Monday - Friday 8am - 4:30pm 262-741-3200


Resources

  • Vaccination Schedule: To make sure you keep up with your child’s vaccinations, the Center for Disease Control (CDC) has created an easy schedule.
  • Wisconsin Immunization Registry (WIR): The Wisconsin Immunization Registry electronically stores immunization records for Wisconsin residents in a secure system. Parents can look up their child’s records online or access their own.