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COVID-19 Vaccinations at ThedaCare
COVID-19 vaccines and boosters are an important way to stop the spread of the disease and return to the life we love. We encourage you to roll up your sleeves and get vaccinated to protect yourself, your loved ones and the community.
Read on to learn more about scheduling your vaccine appointment at ThedaCare.
COVID-19 Vaccines at ThedaCare
All Wisconsinites age 6 months and older are now eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine per WI-DHS guidance.
Updated COVID-19 boosters are now available. The boosters have been authorized by the Food and Drug Administration and recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. They are the first Omicron-specific vaccines to be made available in the United States. They target the original strain of COVID-19 as well as the BA.4 and BA.5 Omicron subvariants. The highly contagious BA.5 Omicron subvariant is the dominant strain of COVID-19, making up about 90% of cases nationally.
ThedaCare offers direct COVID-19 vaccine scheduling for all eligible individuals through our free MyThedaCare app. ThedaCare will continue vaccinating eligible populations, following Wisconsin DHS eligibility guidelines. For more information, visit the Wisconsin DHS vaccine database.
ThedaCare has administered 131,418 vaccine doses to-date.
Those receiving the vaccine do not need to be ThedaCare patients. ThedaCare has available vaccine appointments open across our service area. For vaccine appointments, ThedaCare utilizes a direct scheduling process. No vaccine order is required for the direct scheduling process. Patients will have the opportunity to select a vaccine manufacturer, if there is a preference, along with the available appointment time and location that best suits them. ThedaCare only recommends vaccines that are deemed to be safe, and encourages community members to get vaccinated when they are eligible.
This information is updated to reflect current eligibility and dose availability at ThedaCare. Please check back for updates.
Getting Your Vaccine
You can make a COVID-19 vaccine apointment directly through MyThedaCare or the Ripple by ThedaCare app.
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:
- Visit MyThedaCare.org
- Click “Sign Up Now”
- Follow the prompts
*If you are having difficulty accessing MyThedaCare or the MyChart mobile app, call 1-877-259-6180.
Scheduling Vaccination Appointments
All individuals ages 6 months and older who live, work or study in Wisconsin may make an appointment to be vaccinated.
Individuals, including parents or guardians of children ages 6 months to 17, may sign into MyThedaCare or the Ripple by ThedaCare app and select a time and location to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Parents and guardians making appointments on behalf of minors should note that Pfizer is currently the only vaccine authorized for minors, and appointments for children ages 6 months to 17 will be based on our Pfizer dose availability.
To schedule your vaccine appointment via:
- Log in to MyThedaCare
- Click on the “Schedule Now” icon within the COVID-19 Vaccine message. Available appointments will show, based on which vaccine(s) you have selected
- Select your preferred appointment time and location
If 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.
To make an appointment for a minor, a parent or guardian will need to request proxy access by logging in to MyThedaCare, click on “Account Settings” within the “Menu” tab on your own account, and click “Proxy access to other people”.
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.
Click here or visit the Apple / Android app store and download the Ripple by ThedaCare application. Once you have downloaded the App, follow the instructions to set-up your account.
You will be prompted to connect your My ThedaCare account.
- To see the FAQs on connecting your MyThedaCare account to Ripple, please log into Ripple and choose “Support” > “Knowledge Center” > “FAQs” > “Ripple/MyThedaCare Integration FAQs”
- If you have not created a free MyThedaCare account, please click here. If you already have an account, please log in to ensure your contact information, including email, phone number and address, is up to date.
If you have already connected your MyThedaCare account to Ripple, click to schedule your appointment under “Providers” and navigate to “Appointments.
If you have questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
Note: Parents/guardians are not yet able to link to their 12-17 yr olds proxy account to the Ripple Health Circle at this time and therefore are not able to schedule their 16-17 year old child’s vaccine appointment through Ripple.
ThedaCare COVID-19 Vaccination Sites
For your convenience, ThedaCare is administering the vaccine at locations throughout the communities we serve. Individuals making vaccination appointments may use MyThedaCare or the Ripple by ThedaCare app to select the ThedaCare vaccination site that is most convenient. If you are receiving an initial vaccine that requires two doses, 3-4 weeks apart, the second dose must be administered at the same locations.
After scheduling an appointment, you can easily check-in online on the day of your appointment. Click here to learn more about completing online check-in.
Get the Facts
We understand that you may have many questions — and even some concerns — regarding 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.
Find answers to frequently asked questions and accurate, up-to-date information about the COVID-19 vaccines from ThedaCare, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other public health organizations, by visiting our vaccine resource page.