AlertTo schedule a COVID-19 test or vaccination appointment, please visit www.myprevea.com. Appointments are required; walk-in appointments will NOT be accepted. For more information, visit www.prevea.com/covid19 and www.prevea.com/vaccine. Scheduling is based upon vaccine allocation received from the state of Wisconsin.

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Prevea community COVID-19 vaccination clinics and resources


Prevea Health is performing community vaccination clinics for those who meet the criteria for vaccination as determined by the State of Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS). Click on community specific information below to learn about what vaccination clinics are available in your area. You do not need to be a Prevea patient to receive a COVID-19 vaccine from us. IMPORTANT: Please know that vaccination clinics will be added as we receive vaccine allocation from the state. We recommend checking MyPrevea frequently if you are unable to get a vaccine appointment. 
 

To schedule a COVID-19 vaccination appointment, please sign up with a MyPrevea account.

Appointments are required; walk-in appointments will NOT be accepted.

Scheduling is based upon vaccine allocation received from the state of Wisconsin.

CLICK HERE TO SCHEDULE  

If you don't have a MyPrevea account, click here to register.
 

Who is eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine?

 

Currently eligible populations

  • Frontline health care personnel
  • Residents and staff in skilled nursing and long-term care facilities
  • Police and fire personnel, correctional staff
  • Adults ages 65 and over

Next eligible groups beginning March 1

  • Education and child care
  • Individuals enrolled in Medicaid long-term care programs
  • Some public-facing essential workers
    • 911 operators
    • Utility and communications infrastructure
    • Public transit
    • Food supply chain
  • Non-frontline essential health care personnel
  • Facility staff and residents in congregate living settings
Details about each eligible group and additional information from DHS on vaccination prioritization guidelines can be found here.

Please note: upon scheduling your vaccination in MyPrevea, you will need to attest to the fact that you meet the eligibility requirements as determined by the State of Wisconsin Department of Health Services.
I was vaccinated for COVID-19
When scheduling your vaccine, you MUST be available 21 or 28 days later for the second dose of your vaccine. There are no exceptions to this.
  • If you receive the Pfizer vaccine, your second dose will be 21 days later.
  • If you receive the Moderna vaccine, your second dose will be 28 days later.
 
Patients are NOT able to choose which vaccine they will receive.

 

Vaccination clinic locations

Please click on the region below for specific information on where you can be vaccinated. Please note: appointments are required; walk-in appointments will NOT be accepted. More region specific vaccination clinics will continue to be added.
 
 
   

Frequently asked questions:

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Scheduling guides and additional resources

If you are unable to schedule online, please call: 1-833-344-4373
 
How to create a MyPrevea account

How to create a MyPrevea account

Vaccination scheduling is available only through MyPrevea.

Don’t have an account? No problem. Click "learn more" for step by step instructions or on the image above for a video tutorial.

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How to schedule your COVID-19 vaccine

How to register for your COVID-19 vaccine

Registration is required. Registration can be completed on MyPrevea – either on a mobile device or on MyPrevea.com

For a step by step tutorial on how to schedule, click "learn more" or the image above.

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COVID-19 Vaccine - Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

COVID-19 Vaccine - Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

Countless questions may be running through your mind and it can be difficult to know what to do. Should I get vaccinated? Will the vaccine affect my baby? Should I wait? We hope this resource provides you with information to ease your mind and answer some of your questions.

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How do COVID-19 vaccines work?

How do COVID-19 vaccines work and are they safe?

Learn more about how COVID-19 vaccines work inside the body and what steps were taken to prove vaccines are safe for the public. 

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