COVID-19 Vaccine

Do you have children between the ages of 5-18 who need a COVID-19 vaccine? Or do you need a booster dose of Pfizer or Moderna? Sign up using the link below: 


November 29th sign up: https://smpediaricnov29dose2.timetap.com/#/ 

SM Rawson Clinic with boosters 11.29.21


The Cudahy, Oak Creek, and South Milwaukee/St. Francis Health Departments are working together to provide COVID-19 vaccine clinics for our communities. 


South Milwaukee/St. Francis Health Department, 2424 15th Avenue, South Milwaukee
Date/Time: 
Tuesdays and Fridays from 9:00am – 3:00pm by appointment only. Call 414 768 8055 ext. 3 to schedule

Details:  Pfizer (ages 5+), Moderna or Johnson & Johnson (ages 18+), We are providing first and second doses, third doses, and boosters 

Second Dose (for Pfizer and Moderna)21 or 28 days later at SM/SF Health Department, 2424 15th Avenue, South Milwaukee

Oak Creek Health Department, 8040  S. 6th Street, Oak Creek
Date/Time:  
Tuesday and Friday from 9:00am – 3:00pm

Details:  Walk-in clinic; Pfizer (ages 12+), or Janssen (18+)

Second Dose (for Pfizer)21 days later at Oak Health Department

Cudahy Health Department, 5050 S Lake Drive, Cudahy WI 53110

Date/Time:  Tuesdays & Thursdays 9:00am-4:00pm

Details:  Appointment or Walk-in clinic; Pfizer (ages 12+) or Moderna (ages 18+) or J&J (ages 18+)

Schedule an appointment: https://vaxatcudahyhealthdept.timetap.com/#/ 

Booster Information 

In order to be eligible for a Johnson & Johnson booster dose, you must be at least 18 years old and at least 2 months must have passed since you received your first dose of vaccine. There are no additional eligibility criteria for Johnson & Johnson.

In order to be eligible for the Moderna and Pfizer booster doses, you must be at least 18 years old, at least 6 months must have passed since you received your 2nd dose of vaccine, and you must be a member of one of the eligible groups listed below in order to receive a booster vaccine at this time. 

Groups that are recommended to receive a booster dose of Moderna or Pfizer include:

  • People aged 65 and older
  • Residents of a long-term care facility
  • People aged 50-64 with certain underlying medical conditions including:
  • Cancer
  • Chronic kidney disease
  • Chronic lung disease
  • Dementia or other neurological conditions
  • Diabetes (type 1 or 2)
  • Down syndrome
  • Heart conditions
  • HIV infection
  • Immunocompromised state (weakened immune system)
  • Liver disease   
  • Overweight and obesity
  • Pregnancy
  • Sickle cell disease or thalassemia
  • Smoking, current or former
  • Solid organ or blood stem cell transplant
  • Stroke or cerebrovascular disease
  • Substance use disorders

 

Groups that may receive a booster dose of Moderna or Pfizer, after considering their individual risks and benefits, include:

  • People aged 18-49 with certain underlying medical conditions (listed above)
  • People aged 18-64 who are at increased risk for COVID-19 exposure and transmission because of their job or institutional settings. Occupations at increased risk for COVID-19 exposure and transmission include frontline essential workers and health care workers, including:
  • First responders (heath care, firefighters, police, staff at congregate facilities)
  • Education staff (teachers, support staff, child care workers)
  • Food and agricultural workers
  • Manufacturing workers
  • Corrections workers
  • Postal service workers
  • Public transit workers
  • Grocery store workers

Forms and EUAs

Minor consent form

COVID Vaccine Consent and Screening 


Moderna Fact Sheet

Pfizer Fact Sheet for 12 and Older

Pfizer Fact Sheet for 5-11

Janssen Fact Sheet


Vaccines for Homebound Individuals 

If you or someone you know is unable to leave the home to be vaccinated, please contact the South Milwaukee/St. Francis Health Department to schedule a home visit at 414-768-8055. 


Please be aware that if anyone from the Health Department calls you we will always identify ourselves and WILL NOT ask for any type of payment for the vaccine.

The South Shore Health Departments of Cudahy WI Health Department, Oak Creek Health Department, and South Milwaukee/St. Francis Health Department want to keep our communities up-to-date on the latest vaccine information.

May 3rd Mayor's Message Citywide Phone Call text
April 5th Mayor's Message - National Public Health Week

March 24th Mayor's Message Citywide Phone Call text


Where can I go for the most up to date information about vaccines and vaccination data?

Milwaukee County’s Unified Emergency Operations Center (UEOC) vaccination website https://www.healthymke.com/.

Wisconsin Department of Health Services COVID-19:   Vaccine

CDC COVID-19 Vaccines

Milwaukee County COVID-19 Dashboard

Wisconsin Department of Health Services COVID-19: Vaccine Data

FAQs

Am I able to receive the vaccine in another state while traveling?

Yes, as long as you are there long enough to receive the second dose. 

We thank you for your patience during this time of navigating vaccine distribution.