As of May 12, 2021, anyone 12 years old and up who lives, works, or studies in Wisconsin is eligible for COVID-19 vaccination.
NOTE: 12-17 years old can receive a Pfizer vaccine-
anyone 18 and older can receive Pfizer, Moderna, or Johnson & Johnson
COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics in Greendale
There are currently no clinics scheduled at the health department. Please see below for other options. Thank you for your continuous support.
COVID-19 Vaccines in Neighboring Communities
South Shore COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic is hosted by the Cudahy, Oak Creek, and South Milwaukee/St. Francis Health Department at 6077 S. Packard Ave. Cudahy.
- For clinic information and to schedule an appointment, visit the Cudahy Health Department website.
- For those unable to schedule online, you can contact the Oak Creek Health Department at 414-766-7950 to schedule.
- Dates vary based on vaccine availability.
To see what your health care system is offering in regards to COVID vaccine go to:
- Froedtert & Medical College of Wisconsin, the best way to stay informed is through MyChart and the Froedtert & MCW mobile app.
- Advocate Aurora Health, the best way to stay informed is through the LiveWell app.
Please note that registering through any or all of these links does not guarantee a vaccine within a certain time frame. Thank you for your patience and understanding with the uncertainty.
Vaccine Finder and Vaccine Spotter (you can check which vaccine you are looking for and filter by miles from your zip code):
Wisconsin Department of Health Services Vaccine Hotline
Looking for somewhere to get tested?
- Visit your healthcare provider's web site for information
- Visit testupmke.com to take a self-assessment, find out where to get tested, or get information.
- Other opportunities: Summit Clinical Labs; Hayat Pharmacy; Walgreens
Testing for COVID-19 is also one of several key strategies in this pandemic. By utilizing the strategies together, they can help us suppress the virus. If you are feeling sick, even mild cold symptoms, or have been exposed to COVID-19, it is important that you get tested. There are a few types of COVID-19 tests available and these tests are available at community testing sites, hospitals and health centers, and some pharmacies. To see what testing options are available in our area, call your healthcare provider or visit testupmke.com.
Let's start planning ahead to this fall. While COVID remains a very large concern, we also need to plan for other preventable diseases.