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Hudson Physicians has telemedicine visits for your convenience. We currently have availability. If you’re experiencing flu-like symptoms, fever, cough, or difficulty breathing. We can counsel on COVID-19 (Coronavirus) via Telemedicine.

Measures we are taking to avoid any possible exposure

Patients are required to wear a mask and will be greeted at the door by one of our staff. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided. You will be asked some screening questions, then guided to the appropriate area of the clinic for your appointment.

Center for Disease Control
and Prevention

World Health Organization

Wisconsin Department of
Health Services

COVID-19 Vaccine Update: 1.26.2021

January 18, 2021

This week we began calling Hudson Physicians’ patients 75 years and older to schedule an appointment for the COVID vaccine. We are prioritizing the list by age and started with those 85 years and older, then 80 years and older, and so on. We currently have 4,000 patients over the age of 75.

To date, we have vaccinated 971 patients.

Hudson Physicians is aware the State of Wisconsin has broadened the next phase of those eligible in phase 1b to include patients over the age of 65. However, we are not receiving a large enough supply of the COVID vaccine to start scheduling patients over 65, rather we are breaking it down into smaller age ranges. Our clinic is capable of vaccinating a much larger volume of patients, but unfortunately, we only receive 50% of the amount we request. Given the current vaccine supply is expected to remain unchanged in the next month or so, below is an estimated timeline of when we will be vaccinating various age groups.

Happening this week - Age 75 and older, healthcare workers, police and fire personnel

Feb 8th - Age 70 and older

Feb 22nd - Age 65 and older

March 1st - Educators

By March we expect, and hope, there will be clarity of supply issues so we can work with public health and other local healthcare providers to expand vaccine eligibility and speed up how many patients can be vaccinated.

How you can help?

We will call you, so no need to call us. We will be calling patients to schedule their COVID vaccine appointment. This helps us keep the phone lines open for patients in need of other healthcare services.

COVID vaccines are by appointment only. At this time, we cannot accommodate walk-ins as we have a limited supply and a specific timeline to manage the second dose of the vaccine for those previously vaccinated.

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If something is urgent

Walk-in to our Urgent Care Monday through Friday 7:30 am - 9 pm, Saturdays 8 am - 9 pm, and Sundays 9 am - 9 pm.

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