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We’re here for you.

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


We are experiencing high call volumes on our appointment line at this time. If you’d like an appointment for a Comirnaty (Pfizer-BioNTech) booster dose, please self-schedule online, complete the form to request an appointment or attend a walk-in clinic.

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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All individuals age 12 and over are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine.

People who are immunocompromised, 65 years and older, 18-64 years that have underlying medical conditions and 18-64 years that are at increased risk of COVID-19 exposure may be eligible to receive a third dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Learn more.

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.

Start here

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

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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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.

Start here

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.
• No need to contact us if you get your vaccine elsewhere.

Book your COVID-19 vaccine appointment instantly 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

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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.

As of Sept. 7, 2021, over 99.99% of fully vaccinated people have not had a breakthrough case of COVID-19 resulting in hospitalization or death.

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News And Resources