Please review our visitor restrictions before coming to our hospitals or clinics. | Get the latest on COVID-19.

There is no panel matching the key "MicroAlert"

covid 19 vaccine

The latest on our COVID-19 vaccination efforts

  • To receive maximum protection from COVID-19 including its variants, it is important to receive both doses of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine. Johnson & Johnson remains a one-dose vaccine.  
  • Patients and non-patients age 12 and older can get the COVID-19 vaccine at Gundersen. 
  • Walk-in vaccine appointments are available at the Gundersen Onalaska Clinic 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. The vaccine clinic is closed Wednesdays and Fridays. 
  • Walk-in appointments are also available at select Gundersen regional locations. Check the list of Gundersen locations offering COVID-19 vaccine and call for availability.  
  • Adult Gundersen patients can walk-in, schedule their appointment through MyChart, or call the scheduling line at (608) 775-6829. Adult non-patients can walk-in or call the scheduling line. Press option 2.  
  • Be prepared: Watch this video before your appointment. 

number of fully vaccinated patients.*As of July 16, 2021

Latest news

Read the latest news on the vaccine.

Read now


Have questions on the vaccine? We have answers.

Get the facts

Other vaccine locations

See vaccination options in our community.

See your options

I'm vaccinated. Now what?

Side effects. You may have pain or swelling at the injection site. You may also feel tired and have a fever, chills, and headache. You'll feel better within a few days. Remember, mild side effects are normal as your body builds protection against COVID-19.

Immunity. You'll reach a maximum protection level of 95% within two weeks after your second dose.

Masking. You don't need to mask outdoors or in most indoor places if you're fully vaccinated. 

what to expect

We've taken steps at all our locations to keep you and our staff healthy and safe. Here's what to expect when you visit us.

Stay safe