Immunizations

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Please be aware that due to a change in federal policy, clients whose insurance covers immunizations will not be able to receive vaccines at local health departments. This includes those plans which cover vaccines but have high deductibles/co-pays. Clients will need to visit their primary health care provider for their immunizations.

Uninsured clients and those covered by Medicaid or BadgerCare may continue to receive their immunizations at their local health department or from a private health care provider.

Clinic Dates / Times:

Immunizations are by appointment only.

  • Every Monday morning from 8:30 am – 11:00am. Enter through main City Hall doors.
  • 1st Wednesdays of each month from 2-5pm. Enter through the Council Chamber Door Only (southwest ramp entrance)

Clinic Fees:

Clinic Fees are by cash or check made payable to the City of Oak Creek. If you are covered by Medicaid, please present a current Forward Card to have the fees billed to Medicaid.

  • Children: The immunization administration fee is $10 per visit. We will bill Medicaid.
  • Adults:
    • 317 eligible immunizations from the Department of Health and Family Services, Wisconsin Immunization Program, eligibility guidelines. $10.00 administrative fee.  Will bill Medicaid.
    • Adult Pneumonia Vaccine......... Pneumonia Vaccine Purchase Price + $10.00 Administration Fee. We will bill Medicare part B.
    • Adult Hepatitis B Vaccine.......... HepB Vaccine Purchase Price + $10.00 Administration Fee
    • Adult Quadrivalent Influenza Vaccine (Fluarix)………. $35.00.  We will bill Medicare Part B and United Health Care Medicare Plans.


Children

Eligible to receive immunization through the health department (with parent or guardian consent):

Uninsured

OR

Have insurance that does not include coverage for immunization(s)

OR

Covered by Wisconsin Medical Assistance

OR

American Indian/Alaskan native

******Childhood immunizations can be given to minors only with parent or guardian permission.

Recommended Immunization Schedule
Birth Hep-B
2 Months Dtap, IPV, Hep-B,
Hib, PCV13, Rotavirus
4 Months Dtap, IPV, Hep-B,
Hib, PCV13, Rotavirus
6 Months Dtap, IPV, Hep-B,
(Hib*), PCV13,
Rotavirus
12-15 Months MMR, Hib, PCV13,
Hep-A
18 Months Dtap, Hep-A,
Varicella
4 - 6 Years (school entrance) Dtap, MMR, IPV,
Varicella
11 - 12 Years MCV4, Tdap,
HPV (series of 3)
16 - 18 Years 2nd MCV4
Every 10 years thereafter Tetanus (Td)/Tdap


Adults

Aged 19 years and older please call for eligibility and pricing. 414-768-6539
Certain vaccines such as Influenza, Hepatitis B and Pneumonia are available to the general public for a fee, regardless of eligibility criteria.

Tdap, Td, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, HPV, Meningococcal, MMR, Varicella (Chicken Pox), Pneumococcal

Vaccines for Travel
There are several clinics you can visit to get the appropriate vaccinations for travel.


For more information on each vaccine-preventable disease and its vaccine, as well as data on vaccine safety and the importance of vaccines see: http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/