Infant and childhood immunizations are available by appointment at no charge at Oneida County Health Department. Routine adult immunizations are also available.
The Wisconsin Immunization Law requires children in licensed day care centers and students through grade 12 to be immunized against certain diseases. Parents should keep up-to-date immunization records. If you need information on your child’s past immunizations, the Health Department may be able to access those records through The Wisconsin Immunization Registry.
Immunizations help to keep all residents of Oneida County healthy. Contact your health care provider or the Health Department (715-369-6111) for more information on vaccines, communicable diseases or to schedule an appointment for immunizations.
- Recommended Immunizations for Children from Birth to Six Years
- Recommended Immunizations for Children from 7 – 18 years
- Immunization Catch-Up Schedule
- Immunization Schedule for Adults Based on Medical and Other Indications
- Immunizations – Adult Contraindications and Precautions
- Immunization Schedule for Adults by Vaccine and Age Group
Vaccine related links:
- Wisconsin Immunization Registry
- For a free mobile app, go to: vaccine.chop.edu/mobileapp
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