'Important for kids': Children’s Wisconsin opens COVID-19 vaccine clinics for 12 and older
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) – Children’s Wisconsin is working to get the COVID-19 vaccine to kids 12 and older across southeastern Wisconsin.
This week, clinics were opened around the area in nine locations.
Those eligible do not need to be Children’s Wisconsin patients, but need to schedule an appointment.
The following locations are administering the vaccines on weekdays:
- Kenosha Pediatrics (6809 122nd Ave., Kenosha)
- North Shore Pediatrics (1655 W. Mequon Rd., Mequon)
- Midtown Clinic (5433 W. Fond Du Lac Ave., Milwaukee)
- Milwaukee Hospital campus (8915 W. Connell Ct., Milwaukee)
- Southwest Pediatrics Clinic (4855 S. Moorland Rd., New Berlin)
Saturday vaccine appointments will also be available, 8-11 a.m., at the following locations:
- May 22: West Bend Pediatrics (611 Veterans Ave., West Bend)
- June 5: Bluemound Pediatrics (12635 W. Bluemound Rd., Brookfield)
- June 12: Greenfield Clinic (3365 S. 103rd St., Greenfield)
- June 12: Lakeside Pediatrics (8600 75th St., Kenosha)
“These vaccines are important and important for kids so kids are protected, but also that their families are protected, their community is protected and we want to make vaccines equitable for everybody,” Children’s Wisconsin pediatrician Dr. Brilliant Nimmer. “That’s really the most important part and that’s why it’s important for them to be located in multiple locations.”
Parents who bring their child in for a vaccine can also get their shot at the same appointment.