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IMMUNIZATION PROGRAM

COST- $5 PER VACCINE ADMINISTRATION FEE.
No one will be denied due to inability to pay. The fee is waived for children with Medicaid or Badgercare.

Beginning October 1st, 2012, if you have insurance that covers vaccines you will have to make an appointment with your physician to get vaccinated. Click here for more info. Current exceptions to this ruling are: flu shots.

The health department will continue to provide immunizations for:
  • Children who have no insurance, Medicaid, Native American/Alaska Native, or the insurance does not cover a particular vaccine
  • Adults who have no insurance or the insurance does not cover a particular vaccine
CLINIC DAYS AND TIMES: (By appointment only - (715)526-4808)
  • Courthouse, Public Health (main level) - Morning and afternoon appointments are offered monthly, can also find date and times on our calendar of events.

    Note: Children under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent.

    Click here for Notice of Privacy Practices


    AVAILABLE VACCINES:
    Children and Adolescents:
    All routinely recommended vaccines are available.
    Adults - Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis or whooping cough) are available.

    TB (Tuberculosis) Skin Tests - $20
    TB Skin tests are done to determine if you have been exposed to the TB Bacteria. Most tests are done as a condition of employment or prior to enrolling in a health care related field of study. When receiving a TB Test, you must be available to come back 48-72 hours after initial test to get results read.

    For more information follow the link below:
    Tuberculosis

    Tuberculosis (en espanol)


    Not sure if you or your child are up to date on vaccines?
    Check out the CDC's reccomendation for certain ages:

    Birth to 6 years old
    7 to 18 years old
    Adults (19 & older)


    Resources:
    Wisconsin Immunization Registry (WIR) - http://www.dhfswir.org
    Look up you or your child's immunization record!

    Northeast Wisconsin Immunization Coalition (NEWIC) - http://newisciz.org

    Immunization Action Coaltion - http://www.immunize.org

    Wisconsin's Immunization Law - WI requires immunizations for children in daycare centers and students in school( K-12).

    Contact Immunization Clinic
    Phone: 715-526-4808

    311 N. Main Street
    Shawano, WI 54166
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