Vaccine Clinic

COVID-19 Vaccine

A Certified and Approved COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

Weber Health strives to provide a trusted and efficient clinic that serves the needs of our community. We've been at the forefront of the COVID-19 pandemic since April 2020 as a partner with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services and La Crosse County Health Department. Our expert nurses are highly skilled and experienced in dealing with COVID-related responses and questions.


The Process of Our Clinic

It can be a scary time and we want to make this process as easy and understanding as possible. Review our process below.

Vaccine Registration

Vaccines are in short supply and the best way to get yours, is to get your name on the vaccine registration list as soon as you can. Our easy-to-use, HIPAA compliant form, takes only about 4 minutes to complete and can be done on any computer or mobile device.

Consultation & Appointment

Once you fill out our registration form, you'll be submitted to our vaccine call list. Please make yourself available for a call back based on your preferences and the phone number submitted. One of our expertly trained COVID-19 nurses will call you to consult and schedule your appointment.

Appointment Day

This is the easy part. You show up at our clinic. Check-in with ID and insurance card (if you have it) and you get your vaccine. Our registered nurses will observe you for the required 15 minutes (to be safe), answer all questions, and verify your second appointment date & time.

Our Local News Feature from WKBT

Our clinic first opened in January with the goal of assisting as many La Crosse County residents as we can.


The best COVID-19 vaccine is the first one that is available to you. Do not wait for a specific brand. All currently authorized and recommended COVID-19 vaccines are safe, effective, and reduce your risk of severe illness. The CDC does not recommend one vaccine over another.


People 12 years and older


Type of vaccine: mRNA

Shot in the muscle of the upper arm


People 18 years and older


Type of vaccine: mRNA

Shot in the muscle of the upper arm

Johnson & Johnson

People 18 years and older


Type of vaccine: Viral Vector

Shot in the muscle of the upper arm