The Door County Public Health Department is able to provide vaccines to:

  • Children (18 years of age and younger) who:
    • Have no insurance
    • Are enrolled in Medical Assistance/BadgerCare
    • Are Native American or Alaskan Native
    • Have health insurance that does not cover vaccines (please check with your child’s insurance provider)
  • Adults who:
    • Have no insurance
    • Have health insurance that does not cover vaccines (please check with your insurance provider)

For all children who are eligible for vaccines at the health department, all routine childhood and adolescent vaccines will be given at no charge.

Eligible adults may receive some vaccines free from the health department, please ask about vaccine availability. Some vaccines may have a charge. We accept cash, check, or Medicare Part B for seasonal influenza vaccines. We accept cash or check only for hepatitis A vaccines and TB skin tests.

  • Seasonal Influenza Vaccine: $40.00
  • Seasonal Influenza High Dose Vaccine (ages 65+): $75.00
  • Adult Hepatitis A: $70.00 per dose
  • TB (Mantoux) Skin Tests: $15.00

Travel Health Please consult this link if you are traveling. You may call Public Health at 920-746-2234 to ask about vaccine availability.

Drive-Thru/Walk-In Clinics For a list of upcoming flu and COVID-19 bivalent booster vaccine clinics, click here.

Immunization Clinic LocationImmunization Clinic Time
County Government Center
Public Health Department
421 Nebraska Street, Sturgeon Bay
Every Wednesday by appointment, please call to schedule 920-746-2234
Washington Island
Community Center, Rutledge Room (unless otherwise announced)
Every 1st Thursday of every other month (even months).
Appointments required, please call 920-746-2234

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Wisconsin Immunization Registry

Vaccines, also called shots or immunizations, are given over a person’s lifetime to keep everyone healthy. The Wisconsin Immunization Registry, also called WIR, allows patients, parents, and guardians of children to view their vaccine record and keep track of their vaccines.

Looking for you or your child’s vaccine record? Follow this link: Wisconsin Immunization Registry