The best way to prevent the flu is by getting a flu vaccination every year. The CDC recommends seasonal influenza vaccine for everyone, 6 months of age and older. Listed below is information about scheduled flu clinics open to the public and school-based clinics (for students). Clinic schedules are subject to change based on vaccine supply.
Some people are at higher risk of serious flu-related complications. This includes people 65 years and older, people of any age with chronic medical conditions (asthma, diabetes, or heart disease), pregnant women, and young children.
The cost of flu vaccine is $30.00 per dose, and high dose vaccines (for age 65 & up) are $75.00. All of our vaccine is injectable ("flu shot"). We can accept Medicare Part B, and the following Medicare Advantage Plans: Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Network Platinum Plus, United HealthCare/AARP Complete, and Medicaid; please bring your insurance information with you. We cannot accept Humana Plans. You can also pay by check or cash; receipts will be issued upon request. If you have additional questions about payment, please call in advance, (920) 929-3085.
Schedule of School and Public Flu Clinics
School Flu Consent Form - English
School Flu Consent Form - Spanish
As of November 5th, we received additional flu vaccine, both standard dose and high dose fluzone (this is reserved for ages 65 and older). These vaccines will only be available during the following clinics:
Tuesday 11/12/2019: 12:30-2:00pm at North Fond du Lac Community Center
3:00-6:00pm at the Fond du Lac County Health Department (3rd fl).
We are not offering flu vaccine on a walk-in basis at this time. We will update our website as more vaccine becomes available.