It's so easy to get vaccinated - just schedule an appointment! You may call any VMH clinic and make an appointment to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
- Bland Clinic, Westby: 608-634-3126
- Hirsch Clinic, Viroqua: 608-637-3174
- Kickapoo Valley Medical Clinic, Soldiers Grove: 608-624-5203
- La Farge Medical Clinic: 608-625-2494
Beginning Tuesday, October 12, VMH will offer both Moderna and Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines.
The Moderna vaccine will be offered Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 8am – 5pm, to patients ages 18 and older. Vaccinations using Pfizer vaccine will be available Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, 1-5pm, for patients ages 12 and older.
APPOINTMENTS ARE MANDATORY! No walk-ins will be accepted. Please call your local VMH clinic to make an appointment!
Vernon Memorial Healthcare receives its supply of COVID-19 vaccine from the state of Wisconsin. If we do not have enough doses, we may have to cancel or reschedule your appointment.
Before you receive your vaccine, you are required to complete the COVID-19 Vaccine Consent Form for Vernon Memorial Healthcare. Please review the document and complete it (if possible) prior to arriving for your appointment: https://www.vmh.org/media/kqlpujhk/covid-19-vaccine-consent-form-vernon-memorial-healthcare-patient-1-29-21.pdf
Vaccine doses are provided to all patients or community members at no out-of-pocket cost. However, there is an administration fee. The administration fee will be 100% paid by your health insurance plan, Medicare, Medicaid, Employer, or the Federal Government. Please bring your insurance card and/or identification with you to your appointment.
Both types of vaccine require two doses. Your second dose will be scheduled in-person at the conclusion of your appointment. The second dose must be given where you receive your first dose. Please review the Emergency Use Authorization Fact Sheet and what you need to know before getting your Moderna vaccine: https://www.fda.gov/media/144638/download
After your vaccine, if you experience any side effects, please document them at vaers.hhs.gov and in the v-safe smartphone-based tool (if possible). Learn more at cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/safety/vsafe.html