• 2015-16 Seasonal Influenza (Flu) Vaccine

    The Waukesha County Public Health Division has flu vaccine available as a walk-in service.

    Preventing Seasonal Flu: Get Vaccinated

    A flu vaccine is the FIRST and BEST step to prevent getting the flu. Flu vaccine will keep you and your loved ones safe from a very serious disease. The recommendation for flu vaccine is EVERY ONE - EVERY YEAR. Flu shots are available for children and adults. Please call ahead (262) 896-8430 to be sure the flu vaccine is available.

    Children

    The CDC recommends that children ages 6 months through 18 years of age receive a flu vaccine every year.

    Bring vaccine records to clinic.

    Parent or guardian must sign Public Health Division forms for children's immunizations.

    If your child is insured, please make an appointment with your primary care provider for vaccinations.

    If your child is eligible for Vaccines for Children (VFC), you can visit the Public Health Division clinics for flu vaccinations for a fee of $8 (price will increase as of January 1, 2017) which can be waived if necessary.

    Who is eligible for VFC? Children through 18 years of age who are:

    • Medicaid eligible or enrolled
    • Uninsured
    • American Indian or Alaska Native
    • Insured but insurance does not cover flu vaccine

    Adults

    • The CDC recommends that all adults receive a flu vaccine every year.
    • For adults, the cost for flu vaccine is $30. The cost for pneumonia vaccine is $60 (price will increase as of January 1, 2017).
    • In addition to cash and check, the Public Health Division also accepts Medicaid (Title 19) for Wisconsin residents.
    • Medicare is accepted for flu vaccine only.

    For more information on flu, look at our Flu Myth Fact Sheet, or you can go to the following websites: CDC Flu Information Seasonal Influenza (Flu): Is it Cold, Flu, or Pertussis?