Pierce, Polk, and St. Croix Counties are working closely with local hospitals and health systems to ensure that everyone who wants a vaccine can get vaccinated. We are moving as fast as supply will allow and are asking for everyone’s patience.
How to get Vaccinated
To be added to the St. Croix County Public Health list, select the request a vaccine link below and fill out the form to the best of your ability. Please only fill out the form once. You will be contacted by the Public Health or a provider when a vaccine is available for you. Check your email regularly.
Request a Vaccine
- Review the information about vaccine eligibility below to determine what priority group you are in.
- Fill out the Request a Vaccine Form.
You can also find information about where, when, and how you can get vaccinated on the website of your healthcare provider, county, or the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS). Contact information for regional healthcare providers and counties are available at the bottom of this page.
The Wisconsin State Disaster Medical Advisory Committee (SDMAC) determines the order in which groups of people receive a vaccine. Vaccines will be available to everyone who wants one. People at the highest risk of getting COVID-19 will receive a vaccine first. This information is subject to change depending on vaccine availability and guidance from the state of Wisconsin. Prioritization of eligibility may vary between vaccine providers. Learn more about vaccine eligibility on the DHS website.
DHS announced that individuals age 16 and older with certain medical conditions will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine beginning March 22.
View an infographic of the vaccine phases (Graphic has not yet been updated to include new eligibility groups.)
St. Croix County is currently vaccinating or are preparing to vaccinate:
- Healthcare workers
- Long-term care facility residents and staff
- Police, fire, and EMS
- People over the age of 65
- Education and childcare workers
- Medicaid long-term care program recipients
- Some public facing essential workers
- Non-frontline essential healthcare personnel
- Staff and residents in congregate living facilities
- Individuals age 16 and older with certain medical conditions
Everyone included in these eligible groups will have the opportunity to get vaccinated. We are asking for everyone’s patience as we work to complete the vaccinations of those in the previous eligibility groups. There continues to be a limited supply of COVID-19 vaccine in Wisconsin, and we are moving as fast as supply will allow. More information will be added to this page as it becomes available. Learn about the COVID-19 vaccine allocation process from the Federal Government.
Even after completing your COVID-19 vaccination, please continue to follow safety precautions. Experts need to understand more about the protection that COVID-19 vaccines provide before deciding to change recommendations. It will be important for everyone to continue using all the tools available to us to help stop this pandemic, like wearing a face covering, washing hands often, and staying at least 6 feet away from others. Together, COVID-19 vaccination and following the CDC’s recommendations will offer the best protection from getting and spreading COVID-19.
- Next Steps from DHS
- New guidance for fully vaccinated individuals in a non-healthcare setting (New 3-11-21)
After receiving a vaccination:
- Wear a face covering.
- Maintain a 6-foot distance from people who do not live in your household.
- Wash your hands frequently with soap and water.
- Avoid touching your face.
- Cover your sneezes and coughs
- Get tested if you are symptomatic. Find testing information here.
- Quarantine if you are a close contact. Learn what to do if you tested positive or are a close contact here.
- Follow current recommendations on limiting gatherings, especially indoors.
- Are vaccines safe?
- Why should you get vaccinated?
- How do I get a COVID-19 Vaccine?
- How many shots of COVID-19 vaccine will be needed?
- What are the side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine?
- Are vaccines required?
- What should I do after being vaccinated?
- Where can I find more information on the COVID-19 Vaccines?
|Healthcare Provider Websites||Locations and Phone Numbers|
||River Falls Area Hospital (weekdays appointment only) – 715-307-6000
River Falls Area Clinic (Saturday and Sunday appointment only) – 715-307-6600
|Fairview (Vibrant Health)||River Falls – 715-425-6701|
|HealthPartners||Amery Hospital & Clinic – 715-268-8000
Hudson Hospital & Clinic – 715-531-6700
Westfields Hospital & Clinic (New Richmond) – 715-243-3400
|Hudson Physicians||Baldwin – 715-531-6800
Hudson – 715-531-6800
|Mayo Health Clinic System||Ellsworth – 715-273-5061
Elmwood – 715-639-4151
Glennwood City – 715-265-7321
Red Wing - 651-267-5000
|Osceola Medical Center||Osceola – 715-294-2111|
|St. Croix Regional Medical Center||Balsam Lake – 715-825-3278
Frederic – 715-327-4208
St. Croix Falls – 715-483-3221
|Western Wisconsin Health
||Baldwin – 715-684-1111|