Get Ready to Get Yours

COVID-19 Vaccinations at ThedaCare
COVID-19 vaccines offer new hope in our efforts to stop the spread of the disease and return to the life we love. We encourage everyone to roll up their sleeves and prepare to take the crucial step of getting vaccinated to protect our loved ones — and bring our communities back together.

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Vaccination Updates: February 24

Phase

1B

Wisconsin is currently in Phase 1B, meaning individuals over the age of 65 in our state (as well as individuals in group 1A) are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. For more information on currently eligible and next eligible groups, visit the Wisconsin Department of Health Services website.

2,340

To Be Received

This week, ThedaCare is expecting to receive 2,340 doses of COVID-19 vaccine. All available doses have been scheduled.

 

22,217

Administered

ThedaCare has administered 22,217 vaccines from Dec. 24, 2020 through Feb. 21, 2021.

More eligible patients will be contacted through MyThedaCare if additional doses become available. Walk-in vaccinations are not available at this time.

This information is updated every Wednesday to reflect current eligibility and dose availability at ThedaCare. Please check back for updates.

Getting Your Vaccine

In keeping with state and national guidelines, ThedaCare began vaccinating healthcare workers in December. As the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) continues expanding vaccine eligibility in the weeks and months to come, we will notify each patient as soon as you become eligible. The Wisconsin DSH website provides full details on who is currently eligible and next eligible groups.

Because vaccine supplies and eligibility are currently limited, we want to keep everyone prepared and up to date on how you can receive the vaccine when it becomes available to you.

Everyone with a MyThedaCare account will automatically receive a notification via MyChart — either as an email or app alert, based on your account’s communication preferences — when you become eligible to schedule a vaccination appointment.

If you’re not a current ThedaCare patient or do not have MyThedaCare, you can set up a free account at MyThedaCare.org. MyThedaCare is also accessible on mobile devices through the MyChart app (available on both iOS and Android).

Create a MyThedaCare Account:

*If you are having difficulty accessing MyThedaCare or the MyChart mobile app, call 1-877-259-6180. Do not call to make a vaccination appointment. You will be contacted when eligible.

Scheduling Vaccination Appointments

To schedule your appointment, you must be eligible. MyThedaCare account users will receive a notification based on their account preferences, as an email and/or an alert from the MyChart app (on mobile devices).

After receiving this notification, you will be able to sign into your MyThedaCare account and select a time and location to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

How to Schedule Your Vaccine Appointment

If you have received notification that you are eligible and see that no appointments are available, please continue to check your MyThedaCare account as we add new appointments weekly based on the number of vaccines we receive. We will also send reminder messages when more appointments are added.

If you have forgotten your login information, click forgot username or forgot password on MyThedaCare.org. You will be prompted to answer some security questions to verify your identity and reset or recover your information.

ThedaCare COVID-19 Vaccination Sites

For your convenience, ThedaCare is administering the vaccine at locations throughout the communities we serve, with plans to open more in the weeks to come as more doses become available and more individuals become eligible.

You will be notified through MyThedaCare when the vaccine becomes available to you. Individuals who have received their notification can use MyThedaCare to select the ThedaCare vaccination site that is the most convenient for you. Because the vaccines require two doses, 3-4 weeks apart, the second dose must be administered at the same location.

After scheduling an appointment, you can easily check in online on the day of your appointment.

How to Check In Online Before Your Vaccine Appointment

Get the Facts

While many have been waiting for this moment, we understand there are many questions — and even some concerns — regarding the COVID-19 vaccines. These vaccines have been proven safe and effective — and getting vaccinated is an important step we can take to protect those closest to us and reduce the impact of COVID-19 in our communities.

Common COVID-19 Vaccine Questions

ThedaCare is following the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) guidelines for eligibility as they continue expanding access. In the weeks and months to come, we will notify each patient via MyThedaCare as soon as you become eligible.

Everyone with a MyThedaCare account will automatically receive a notification via MyChart — through your email and as a MyChart app alert — when you become eligible to schedule a vaccination appointment.

If you’re not a current ThedaCare patient or do not have MyThedaCare, you can set up a free account at MyThedaCare.org. MyThedaCare is also accessible on mobile devices through the MyChart app (available on both iOS and Android).

Create a MyThedaCare Account:

Health systems across Wisconsin are working through the logistics to provide vaccines. The amount of vaccine health systems receive from the federal and state government will determine how quickly we can vaccinate eligible groups.

For example, while our state receives around 70,000 first-dose vaccines per week, there are approximately 700,000 Wisconsinites who are 65 and older, including roughly 120,000 in our region. It’s important to remember that this is going to take time. We are awaiting our supply from the state and appreciate the community’s patience as we work through coordinating vaccines for the 1B group. Our goal is to ensure a smooth, easy process for all who choose to receive their vaccine.

Specific details on how and when to schedule vaccine appointments will be available through MyThedaCare once you receive your eligibility notification. Click here to learn how. If you are having difficulty accessing MyThedaCare or the MyChart mobile app, call 1-877-259-6180. Please do not call to ThedaCare to schedule an appointment.

To explore more frequently asked questions and accurate, up-to-date information about the COVID-19 vaccines from ThedaCare, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and other public health organizations, visit our vaccine resource page.

Stay Up to Date

Get ready to get yours. Sign up for MyThedaCare — or update your account details — today. Together, #WeGotThis

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