IMMUNIZATIONS

Immunizations are given at the Health Center on Wednesdays from 8 am to 3:30 pm and other days by appointment. All required childhood immunizations are provided at the health center for children with Medicaid, an accepted private insurance plan, or who would like to pay out of pocket.

Several adult immunizations are available including vaccinations that help prevent against tetanus, pertussis, shingles, and pneumonia. The Health Center is able to bill most Medicare plans and insurances, or individuals can pay out of pocket.

Flu vaccination is administered during flu season. The health center accepts Medicaid, Medicare, private insurance, and out of pocket payment for flu vaccination.   

IMMUNIZATION SCHEDULE
Are you and your children up-to-date on your immunizations? Look at the CDC's Immunization schedule to make sure you have all the vaccines you need, or contact the Health Center if you have any questions.

VACCINE AND DISEASE INFORMATION

General Information

Vaccine Information Sheets: www.immunize.org/vis/
Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System - vaers.hhs.gov/index.html
ShotbyShot.org - stories from families and people who contracted vaccine-preventable diseases
The History of Vaccines - articles, pictures, and a timeline on the development of vaccines, educational games and activities
Center for Disease Control
Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
Parent's of Kids with Infectious Diseases
Voices for Vaccines - parents speaking up for immunization
Vaccines for Children(VFC) - information for parents about eligibility for VFC vaccines
Vaccines.gov
Traveler's Vaccines - information on which vaccines are needed for traveling internationally
Missouri Immunization Coalition - moimmunize.org/
Immunize.org (Formerly Immunization Action Coalition) - www.immunize.org
Vaccinate Your Family - vaccinateyourfamily.org/

Flu

Center for Disease Control - information on the prevention and treatment of flu


Shingles

Center for Disease Control - information on the disease and vaccination
Shingrix.com - information from the shingles vaccine manufacturer

Pertussis (Whooping Cough)

Center for Disease Control - information on the vaccine and what you should know about pertussis

Fall Flu Clinics

2022 Immunizations Birth to 6 Years Old

re you and your children up-to-date on your immunizations? Look at the CDC's Immunization schedule to make sure you have all the vaccines you need, or contact the Health Center if you have any questions.

2022 Immunizations 7 to 18 years old

2022 Missouri Child Care & Preschool Immunization Requirements

2022-23 Missouri School Immunization Requirements

You Never Outgrow Vaccines!