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Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

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In order to protect our communities and our health care workers from inadvertent exposure to coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), we are making regular changes in order to  stay up-to-date on the rapidly changing situation and recommendations from the Center of Disease Control, United States Surgeon General and others.

We can’t stress enough how important your health is to us. There is a lot of information circulating about (COVID-19), and it’s important for you to have access to accurate information and as well as resources for your overall health and wellness. For your convenience we have condensed information to make it easier for you to filter through.
Prevea COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics

Prevea COVID-19 vaccine clinics

To schedule your vaccination appointment, search the locations listed by your perferred vaccine type or location.
COVID-19 testing locations

Prevea COVID-19 testing locations

Prevea requires appointments for all COVID-19 testing*. You will receive instructions on where to go once you select the location you would like to have your test performed. For instructions on how to create a MyPrevea account, click here.
Pre-travel COVID-19 testing

Pre-Travel Testing

Prevea Health now offers pre-travel COVID-19 antigen testing prior to travel. Results will be received on your MyPrevea account within 24 hours.
COVID-19 Recovery Clinic

COVID-19 Recovery Clinic

Prevea is now offering a COVID Recovery Clinic for individuals who continue to experience ongoing symptoms 14 days or longer after they initially tested positive for COVID-19.
For additional prevention articles, visit our COVID-19 resource library here.

Prevea Health experts weigh in on the COVID-19 pandemic on Plug in to Health, a podcast produced by Prevea Health and available for free at and on major podcast platforms such as Apple and Spotify. 

*Prevea Health, in partnership with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, is able to provide COVID-19 PCR testing without billing the patient or their insurance in many circumstances, including when one is displaying COVID-19 symptoms or was exposed to the virus.

Frequently asked questions and preventative actions to reduce the spread: