Disease Prevention & Immunizations
Immunization is one of the most important public health victories of the 20th century - defeating or sharply reducing diseases such as smallpox, polio, measles, diphtheria, rubella, pertussis, and other diseases. However, many organisms that cause these diseases have not been eliminated, and they could reemerge if immunization levels decrease.
Pierce County provides a variety of surveillance and investigation of reported or suspected communicable diseases. If you or someone you know has one of the following reportable diseases, please contact your Medical Care Provider or Pierce County Public Health 715-273-6755.
Click here for a full list of Wisconsin Local Health Departments.
Vaccines are available from the Wisconsin Immunization Program for children ages 0-18 that are insured through Badgercare/Medicaid, uninsured, underinsured, or are an American Indian or Alaskan Native.
If you have questions or need to schedule an appointment, please contact the Pierce County Health Department at 715-273-6755.
If you are traveling out of the country, please go to the CDC web site for disease and vaccination information.
Vaccines for your children: https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/parents/index.html
Vaccines for adults: https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/adults/index.html
Children & Teens Immunization Screening Questionnaire
Adult Immunization Screening Questionnaire
PIERCE COUNTY PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Immunization Clinics By appointment only
To schedule please call 715-273-6755
Public Health Office
1234 S Wasson Lane, Suite A
Immunizations available by appointment. Please call 715-425-8003 to schedule.
Public Health Office
412 W. Kinne Street
Immunizations are available in the Ellsworth office by appointment.
To schedule, please call
Schedule for Persons Birth through 18 years
Easy-to-Read Schedule for Preteens and Teens, 7-18 Years
Adult Schedule, by Vaccine and Age Group
Wisconsin Tobacco Quit Line
The Wisconsin Tobacco Quit Line continues to serve any Wisconsin resident who wants to quit smoking or chewing tobacco.
The Wisconsin Tobacco Quit Line is a valuable treatment extender. Please continue to refer people who smoke or chew to this free service at 1-800-QUIT-NO
Western Wisconsin Working for Tobacco-Free Living
Is a Multi-Jurisdictional Coalition (MJC) for Tobacco Prevention and Control. Pierce County is one of the six participating counties. The goal of W3TFL is to create a healthier, tobacco-free, culture where people live and work. We hope that an increased awareness of the health risks of tobacco will lead to more personal involvement of community members, which will create a better place for everyone to live.
If you have an interest in tobacco prevention and control please contact our lead agency for Western Wisconsin, Polk County Health Department:
MJC Tobacco Program Coordinator
MJC Tobacco Program Assistant Coordinator
Chewing Tobacco Resources