The decision to immunize yourself and your child(ren) is an important one. The best way to protect yourself and your family is by keeping your immunizations up-to-date.While Clark County Public Health no longer offers immunizations directly, we are happy to assist with connecting you with the services available in our area.
What vaccines do you or your child need?
The CDC immunization schedules break down the recommended vaccines by the age or age range when each vaccine or series of shots is recommended. This schedule will help you and your provider know what shots infants and children, pre-teens and teens, and even adults are due for.
Where can I get immunized?
To get immunized, please contact your healthcare provider or one of the following:
Many local pharmacies now offer a wide range of vaccines for adults. Contact your local pharmacy to find out if they have vaccine available.
Many Clark County pharmacies offer travel immunizations including Yellow Fever. Getting your immunizations at least 4–6 weeks before you travel is best, so that any vaccines you need have time to take effect. Call your local pharmacy or visit Yellow Fever Vaccination Clinics (website) for a list of clinics by county in Washington state. For more information visit the CDC Yellow Book (website) .
For further information on immunizations please visit one of the following sites:
- Clark County Immunization Coalition website
- Immunization Action Coalition website
- CDC Vaccines Page website
- Shot of Prevention – Blog and Immunization News website
- Every Child by Two website
- Vaccine Education Center website
- ShotbyShot.org website
- Washington State DOH - Immunization website
Contact us at our email address Immunizations@clark.wa.gov or call us at 360-397-8403.
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