The Cudahy, Oak Creek, and South Milwaukee/St. Francis Health Departments are working together to provide COVID19 vaccine clinics for our communities. Vaccine clinics will be held at the South Shore COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic located at 6077 S. Packard Ave, Cudahy, WI 53110. An appointment is needed to receive vaccine at the clinic. On 4/13/21, CDC and FDA Call for Pause on Johnson & Johnson Vaccinations click here to view press release
The South Shore COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic is currently vaccinating all individuals ages 16+
We have scheduled the following FIRST DOSE vaccine clinics:
Location: South Shore COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic located at 6077 S. Packard Ave, Cudahy, WI 53110
Please click here to schedule an appointment for Monday, May 10, 2021 (Moderna and Johnson & Johnson, ages 18+)
Please click here to schedule an appointment for Wednesday, May 12, 2021 (Pfizer, ages 16+)
Select here for the Consent form for Minors
- Monday, May 10th from 12:00p to 5:00p (18+) Moderna and Johnson & Johnson available
- Thursday, May 13th from 9:00a to 5:00pm (16+) Pfizer and Moderna available
- Friday, May 14th from 9:00am to 12:00pm (16+) Pfizer and Moderna available
For more specific information about eligibility, please visit the DHS website
- If you are not able to schedule an appointment online, you can contact the Oak Creek Health Department at 414-766-7950 to schedule.
- We do not anticipate having additional vaccine clinic appointments this week. Clinic information is shared weekly through our email list – to sign up, complete this form. After registering, you will see a confirmation screen with your appointment information. Please do not sign up for more than one appointment per person.
- You will need to receive a second dose of this vaccine either 21 or 28 days after your first dose. If you will not be available for an appointment for your second dose of vaccine on those dates, please do NOT schedule an appointment for your first dose at these clinics. Second dose vaccine clinic dates are not flexible.
- Please do not arrive early for your appointment. Please plan to be at the clinic for 45-60 minutes as there is a required 15-30 minute observation period following vaccination. This vaccine may have side effects. If you have recently been diagnosed with COVID-19, you should wait until you are completely recovered before receiving the vaccine.
- If you are able, please complete, print, and bring this COVID Vaccine Consent and Screening form to your appointment. If you are not able to complete and print the form, there will be a paper copy for you to complete when you arrive. Additionally, please review the Moderna Emergency Use Authorization Fact Sheet and Pfizer Emergency Use Authorization Fact Sheet prior to your appointment. Finally, our Notice of Privacy Practices can be found here.
- Please wear a mask to your appointment. If you have tested positive for COVID-19 or have been exposed to an individual who tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 14 days, please wait until your isolation or quarantine period ends before scheduling an appointment.
We appreciate your patience and understanding as we work to vaccinate our communities.
Please continue to monitor the Cudahy Health Department website and social media as well as local media outlets for information about when additional individuals will be eligible for vaccine.
Although vaccine is slowly becoming available, we all still need to take the necessary precautions to prevent getting or spreading COVID-19. Please stay home when you’re sick, continue to wear masks, limit indoor gatherings, practice physical distancing, and wash your hands often. The combination of a vaccine and prevention measures will help us as we slowly return to “normal.”
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services will be launching a weekly newsletter to provide updates on COVID-19 response and vaccine rollout in Wisconsin. If you’re interested in receiving the newsletter, sign up here.
For more information on COVID-19 vaccines, please visit
For more information about COVID-19 vaccine distribution in Wisconsin, please visit Wisconsin Department of Health Services COVID-19: Vaccine Data.