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Seneca immunization clinic announced
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The Crawford County Public Health Immunization Clinic will be held in the Seneca Town Hall, located at 21041 Town Hall Road, on Wednesday, June 18 from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m.

Each month, the clinic offers all childhood vaccinations. Immunizations to children age 18 and younger, who either do not have insurance, are on Medicaid or BadgerCare, or who have insurance that does not cover immunizations are free.

For those who will be attending the clinic with a child in need of a Varicella (chicken pox) vaccine, please notify the clinic by the day before the clinic. The vaccine is fragile and is only brought to the Seneca clinic upon request.

To prevent the spread of whooping cough, Tdap is available free to everyone. 

Zoster and flu vaccine are available as self-pay. Public Health is able to bill Medicare, Medicaid, Senior Preferred, Gundersen Lutheran and Health Traditions insurances for seasonal flu shots.  There is a patient assistance program to help those who qualify pay for the zoster vaccine.

No appointment is necessary for the clinic.

If you are unable to attend the clinic in Seneca, additional walk-in clinics are available in Prairie du Chien in the Crawford County Public Health office at 225 North Beaumont Road, Suite 306. Clinics will be held on Thursday, June 19 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. or Monday, June 23 from 3:30-5:30 p.m.

You can schedule an appointment if clinic times don’t fit your schedule or get answers to your questions by calling 608-326-0229 or 800-207-4774.