March 1 Update: Although the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) has announced that new groups will be eligible to be vaccinated on March 1, the State has emphasized that vaccine providers should prioritize previously eligible groups before newer groups. Both State and County plans do not anticipate vaccine becoming available to additional groups until mid-March.
Aurora Health Care
Aurora will send a special code and instructions on how to schedule your vaccine appointment when you are eligible.
Aurora asks people not to call their doctor's offices and clinics. Patients will be contacted by phone, email or text when they can schedule an appointment. Please note that national weather conditions have impacted vaccine delivery and we are experiencing delays. Please download the LiveWell app to prepare to schedule an appointment when it’s your turn. For more details, visit aah.org/vaccine.
Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin health network
It will contact patients by email, letter, phone call, text or the MyChart feature of its electronic health records system to schedule vaccine appointments.
In preparation, patients are encouraged to set up a MyChart account and to download the Froedtert & MCW mobile app.
Froedtert Health will not have a waiting list.
For information go to Froedtert.com/covidvaccine.
Ascension asks people not to call its doctor's offices and clinics. Staff will reach out directly to eligible patients.
More information is available at https://healthcare.ascension.org/COVID-19/vaccinations.
Individuals who don’t have internet access can call: 844-803-6446
ProHealth Care will contact patients directly through MyChart and email, text or phone to let them know when they can schedule a vaccination appointment.
All vaccinations are by appointment only. No walk-ins will be accepted.
A waiting list for people with an interest in vaccination is not available.
Additional information is available at ProHealthCare.org/Vaccination.
Some pharmacies have online registration systems for individuals seeking vaccine outside of healthcare providers. However, low vaccine supply means appointments remain extremely limited. More information is available at https://wcwiki.waukeshacounty.gov/covidvaccine/can-i-get-added-to-a-list-to-get-the-vaccine
Updated February 25, 2021 • 11:32 am
COVID-19 vaccination is now ongoing in Waukesha County. However, we don’t have access to enough vaccine for the entire population yet.
Until more vaccine is available, the state of Wisconsin is following prioritization guidelines from the federal Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) and the State Disaster Medical Advisory Committee (SDMAC).
Frequently Asked Questions:
For questions or immediate needs related to COVID-19:
• Text COVID19 to 211-211
• Visit 211Wisconsin.org
• Phone 211
Save time: Use text and online options (above).
If you are experiencing signs and symptoms of COVID-19, contact your health care provider.