For Infants, Children & Teens
Our Immunization Clinics
- Are by appointment only.
- Provide an interpreter, if needed.
- Will be canceled, if Madison schools close due to weather.
Who We Can Immunize
We give all childhood immunizations for free to infants and children (through 18 years of age) who:
- Do not have insurance that covers immunizations, or
- Have Medical Assistance or BadgerCare, or
- Are Native American or Alaska Native.
If your child has insurance that covers immunizations, please contact their health care provider.
To Schedule an Appointment
Please call (608) 266-4821.
- A parent must come to the appointment with the child. If this is not possible, talk to us while scheduling the appointment.
- You may print and fill out one screening form and one consent form (links below) for each person being immunized. Bring forms with you to the clinic.
- Bring all immunization records for your child to the appointment.
- Foreign Exchange Student host families, tell us you are the host family. Parental permission is required.
- Your appointment will either be at our South Clinic, or our East Washington Office.
2230 S. Park St.
Madison, WI 53713 East Washington Office
2705 East Washington Ave.
Madison, WI 53704
Immunizations Required for Children in Daycare
To protect young children in group settings where diseases are easily spread, Wisconsin law requires some immunizations for daycare at ages that children are most vulnerable. If your child has received all recommended vaccines for their age, they will meet daycare requirements also.
Immunizations Required for Children in School
The WI Student Immunization Law says that all students through grade 12 are required to have certain immunizations based on their grade and age.