Where can I get vaccinated?

COVID-19 vaccination is now available to those age 12 and older. At UWM, we strongly encourage faculty, staff and students to get vaccinated, as it is the best way to protect your health and help stop the pandemic.

Here is a round-up of resources on where to get vaccinated, whether you are on campus or many miles away:

On Campus
UWM is hosting a community COVID-19 vaccination clinic in the Wisconsin Room of the UWM Student Union in partnership with Advocate Aurora Health and the Milwaukee Health Department.

Everyone age 12 and older is eligible for vaccination. Those who are 12 to 17 years old are eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine. Schedule an appointment by going to the UWM vaccination clinic website.

Milwaukee County

Milwaukee Health Department

The City of Milwaukee has walk-in clinics open at the Northwest Health Center, 6431 N. 76th St., and at the Southside Health Center, 1639 S. 23rd St. In addition, the health department is holding various mobile clinics across the city.

For scheduling help, call the department’s hotline at (414) 286-6800.

Most Milwaukee metro area health care providers will be contacting patients when they’re eligible for vaccinations.

Advocate Aurora Health

The health system’s vaccination page includes information on how to schedule an appointment. Residents may call to schedule as well: 866-443-2584.

Froedtert/Medical College of Wisconsin

Patients will be contacted when vaccine is available. The health system has updates on its COVID-19 information page.

Ascension

The health system will be contacting residents for appointments; it will post updates on vaccination appointments across the area.

ProHealth Care

The health system posts updates on vaccine information, and patients may schedule an appointment by calling (262) 928-5566. The provider also has a coronavirus hotline: (262) 928-4499.

Waukesha County

Waukesha County Health Department

Residents in Waukesha County can sign up for the health department’s vaccination waitlist online or by calling the Waukesha County Vaccination Hotline at (262) 548-7626.

Those on the waitlist will be invited to register for appointments when they’re available. Residents also are encouraged to sign up for the county’s vaccination updates via email or by texting the word WAUKESHA to 22828.

Washington, Ozaukee counties

Washington Ozaukee Public Health Department

Residents in Washington and Ozaukee counties are encouraged to sign up for the health department’s vaccination waitlist. Those who are eligible will then be contacted by phone or email to sign up for an appointment.

The public health department also has a COVID-19 hotline for all vaccine-related questions: (844) 684-1064.

Racine County

City of Racine Public Health Department

The city health department is scheduling appointments for residents.

In addition, the State of Wisconsin and the city have opened a community-based vaccination clinic at Regency Mall, in the former Burlington Coat Factory space. The clinic is open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. For questions, call (844) 684-1064.

Central Racine County Health Department

The health department has a COVID-19 vaccine information page, which explains how to schedule an appointment.

Kenosha County

Kenosha County Public Health Department

The health department lists several options for vaccination appointments for Kenosha residents. Residents, and those who work in the county, may sign up or call (262) 605-6799.

Wisconsin

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

The state has a centralized site for all COVID-19 vaccine-related questions, including where to get vaccinated.

The health services department also has a vaccine hotline: (844) 684-1064.

Illinois

Illinois Department of Public Health

The State of Illinois’ public health site features vaccine FAQs, as well as information on vaccination eligibility and where to get vaccinated.

Residents who need assistance or don’t have online access may call the health department’s hotline at (833) 621-1284 to book an appointment.

National
To find vaccine sites across the country, go to vaccines.gov. Search for specific vaccine manufacturers, by location.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) also has a vaccine information page, including an FAQ section and how to find a COVID-19 vaccination site near you.