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Whether you get the vaccine or not, our care teams are ready to meet your needs.


Important update regarding new vaccine recommendations made by the CDC and Wisconsin DHS. COVID-19 vaccine appointments are now available for these new groups: Booster doses of mRNA vaccines five months after the primary series, an additional primary dose for children age 5-11 that are moderately to severely immunocompromised and booster doses for teens age 12-15. Some limitations apply.

Get the Vaccine

Access to great health care shouldn’t be complicated. That’s why we’re making it easier to get your COVID-19 vaccine in a way most convenient to you.

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Everyone 5 and over can get the COVID-19 vaccine. Learn more

People 12 and older can receive a booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Learn more

People five and older who are moderately to severely immunocompromised can receive an additional primary dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Learn more

Complete form to request an appointment

Key features:

• We will contact you when we have your vaccine.
• A vaccine will be available to you at the time of your scheduled appointment. No need to wait in line or take a chance that a vaccine may not be available.
• No need to contact us if you get your vaccine elsewhere.

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Self-schedule online

Key features:

• Make an appointment at a convenient time for you, without waiting for us to call you back.
• Appointments may book up quickly.
• Only available for individuals that have used Marshfield Clinic Health System services.
• Please cancel your appointment if you get your vaccine elsewhere.

Book your COVID-19 vaccine appointment online by clicking the “Get COVID Vaccine” button on your My Marshfield Clinic account via our website or mobile app.

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NOTE: You cannot self-schedule a COVID-19 vaccine appointment at our Cornell, Chetek, Cumberland, Hayward, Ladysmith or Rice Lake centers. Please request an appointment online or call 877-998-0880.

NOTE: The Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) COVID-19 vaccine is not available via online self-scheduling. Please request an appointment online or call 877-998-0880.

Don’t have a My Marshfield Clinic account? Go here and click “Register Now” on the left side.

Walk-in clinic

Key features:

• If you are eligible, get your vaccine during walk-in times.
• No appointment needed, but limited number of vaccines. Once we are out of vaccine, walk-in clinic will close.
• Will need to watch for dates and times of walk-in clinics.

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NOTE: The Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) COVID-19 vaccine is not available via online self-scheduling. Please request an appointment online or call 877-998-0880.

Call to request an appointment

Key features:

• Call Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. to schedule a COVID-19 vaccine appointment. During all other times, please leave a message and we will contact you to schedule your appointment.
• A vaccine will be available to you at the time of your scheduled appointment. No need to wait in line or take a chance that a vaccine may not be available.
• Please contact us if you get your vaccine elsewhere.

Book your COVID-19 vaccine appointment by calling us Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Call 877-998-0880

How to protect yourself

No matter your choice, you can protect yourself and loved ones:

Isolate with symptoms.
• Wear a mask in public.
• Social distance when possible.
Continue wellness visits.
Eat a healthy diet and exercise.

Questions? Your provider can answer questions and connect you to the care you need.

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Vaccine Stories

Thousands of individuals have already received the COVID-19 vaccine. Read some of their stories below.

COVID-19: ‘We want this all to be in the rearview mirror’

Brian Forrest oversees the health of 1,700+ animals on a local farm. He got the COVID vaccine to protect the health of his workers & family.

More vaccine stories

Why I got the COVID-19 vaccine: A firefighter’s perspective

“It was a Miracle.” 65 and older now receiving COVID-19 vaccines

What Caring For COVID Patients Has Done To These Nurses

Safety And Effectiveness

Our nationally-recognized infectious disease providers and epidemiologists agree with other experts that the vaccines’ benefits outweigh the risks.

COVID-19 vaccines effectively prevent hospitalization and death and have low risk of complications.

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News And Resources

Wisconsin COVID-19 Vaccine Assistance Hotline – 844-684-1064

WI DHS - Find a COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment

COVID-19 Shine365 blog posts

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Concerned about COVID-19? Remember these five steps

Ever since early 2020, the world has been concerned about COVID-19. As science continues to catch up to the pandemic, important recommendations are coming out to better control the virus.


More vaccine blog posts

COVID-19 vaccines and children: 3 things to know

Is it COVID-19, a cold or influenza?

Another COVID-19 vaccine dose? What you need to know

Lessening COVID-19 symptoms with monoclonal antibody therapy

COVID-19 vaccine news releases

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Visitor restrictions back in place as COVID-19 cases surge

12/2/21 - Marshfield Clinic Health System has tightened visitor restrictions at its flagship hospital, Marshfield Medical Center in Marshfield and surrounding regional clinics, as a result of the surge in COVID-19 cases.


More vaccine news releases

11/5/21 - Marshfield Clinic Health System now scheduling pediatric COVID-19 vaccinations

8/4/21 - Marshfield Clinic Health System to require COVID-19 vaccinations for employees

5/13/21 - Marshfield Clinic Health System offers COVID-19 vaccinations for 12-15 year olds

4/27/21 - Marshfield Clinic Health System resumes use of Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine