Information and locations for getting vaccinated in the Milwaukee area.
Commonly used links to immunization information.
Details on services and programs provided by our Immunization division.
"shot record", "Immunization record", "vaccination record", WIR
Specific information for parents, schools and childcare facilities on immunization requirements.
Childcare and school immunization requirement charts as well as legal information for parents.
Links to trustworthy sources of information on immunizations.
Answers to common questions about immunization safety.
Chart showing which immunizations are required within each age range.
Data on immunization effectiveness in preventing disease as well and compliance data for our area.
General information about immunizations and vaccine-preventable diseases for the public and for health professionals, as well as information about our immunization program and clinic services.
Protect yourself and your children from vaccine-preventable diseases at home and abroad with the info links on this page.
List of immunizations currently available for youth, adults, and for travel needs, and more information about each category.
Answers to common questions about Immunizations.
Answers to common questions about our Immunization Program.
Causes of infant mortality, information about our Fetal Infant Mortlity Review, and resources for further information.
An overview of the May 3rd, 2010 Safe Sleep Summit, along with video and presentation files, panel Q & A notes and general information on safe sleep practices.
Information and archived materials for the 2011 Infant Mortality Summit on preventing premature birth.
Information for this year's 2012 Infant Mortality Summit: Changing the Determinants of Health.
Home page for Infant Mortality Summit information and archives.
Information about screening tests given to babies shortly after birth.
Influenza (flu) information and FAQs for both the general public and health care professionals.
City of Milwaukee Health Department's lab information management web page for the 2009 H1N1 (swine flu) epidemic.
Academic articles about antiviral use for influenza.
Answers to common questions about the flu.