Gundersen Health System has fully vaccinated nearly 40,000 people across its system. This milestone comes as nearly 50% of eligible Wisconsin residents have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, along with 62% in Minnesota, and about 50% in Iowa.
In addition, Gundersen has provided more than 800 Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine doses to children ages 12 to 15 years old across the region. Anyone age 12 and older can schedule a COVID-19 vaccine appointment at Gundersen.
New this week: Hours for convenient walk-in vaccine appointments at the Gundersen Onalaska Clinic are changing.
- 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mondays (Pfizer, Moderna), Tuesdays (Pfizer) and Thursdays (Pfizer, Moderna)
- Wednesday, June 2, and Wednesday, June 9 (Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson): 1 to 6 p.m.
- Closed Fridays
Walk-in appointments are also available at select Gundersen regional locations. Check MyChart or the list of Gundersen locations offering COVID-19 vaccine to 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 at (608) 775-6829, option 2, for a vaccine appointment.
Patients under age 18 need parent or guardian consent in person or by calling the Gundersen scheduling line at (608) 775-6829.
COVID-19 vaccine, which was developed after decades of research by the world's best medical professionals, significantly lowers the risk for infection, especially as many people begin returning to the activities they have delayed due to the pandemic, including seeing family and friends. The benefits far outweigh the health risks of getting COVID-19 and the very low risk of severe complications from the vaccine. Getting the vaccine protects you, your family, neighbors and anyone else around you from COVID-19 and the disease variants in our area.
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