Prevea Health now taking appointments for Pfizer COVID-19 booster shots

Posted at 12:42 PM, Sep 28, 2021
and last updated 2021-09-28 13:42:25-04

Prevea Health announced Tuesday that it's now accepting appointments at locations across Wisconsin for Pfizer COVID-19 booster vaccinations for certain groups of people.

Prevea Health will accept appointments for the following groups:

  • People 65 years and older
  • All residents in long-term care
  • People aged 50-64 with certain underlying medical conditions
  • People aged 18-49 with certain underlying medical conditions
  • People aged 18-64 at an increased risk for COVID-19 exposure and transmission due to their job or institutional settings, including front line essential workers and health care workers:
    • First responders (health care workers, firefighters, police, staff at congregate-care facilities)
    • Education staff (teachers, support staff, childcare workers)
    • Food and agriculture workers
    • Manufacturing workers
    • Corrections workers
    • U.S. Postal Service workers
    • Public transit workers
    • Grocery store workers

The Pfizer COVID-19 booster vaccination can only be given to those whose primary vaccination series was the Pfizer vaccine, and only at least six months after receiving the second dose of Pfizer vaccine.

Prevea's announcement comes a day after the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) said it supports the FDA authorization and CDC recommendation to provide Pfizer booster doses to certain populations.

You do not need to be an established patient at Prevea Health to receive a Pfizer COVID-19 booster shots, additional COVID-19 doses, or any COVID-19 vaccination. The fastest way to schedule an appointment is through MyPrevea. Visit to set up an account at no cost.

MyPrevea is also available as an app on any smartphone or device. For those unable to use the internet, they may call 1 (833) 344-4373 to schedule an appointment. There is no cost for the Pfizer COVID-19 booster shot, additional doses of COVID-19 vaccinations or COVID-19 vaccinations in general.