One of the best ways to protect yourself and those around you from vaccine preventable diseases is to keep your immunizations up-to-date.
Where can I get immunized?
While Clark County Public Health no longer offers immunizations directly, we are happy to assist with connecting you to services in our area. To get immunized, please contact your healthcare provider or local pharmacy.
For low or no-cost options, call Sea Mar Community Health or Delta Direct Care
For COVID vaccine you can also refer to Vaccine Locator
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 you have full protection before you travel. Call your local pharmacy or visit Yellow Fever Vaccination Clinics for a list of travel vaccination clinics. For more information on immunizations may be recommended for travel visit the CDC Yellow Book.
What vaccine do you or your child need?
The CDC publishes updated immunization schedules with the recommended vaccines by age annually. These schedules will help you and your provider know what immunizations are recommended at each stage of life.
How to access immunization records
Visit the Department of Health’s website for more information on options for accessing you and your families immunization records.
What vaccines are required for school or childcare?
For Washington State school and childcare immunization requirements visit the Washington State Department of Health.
Additional information on immunizations can be found at:
- Shot of Prevention blog and immunization news
- Vaccinate Your Family
- Vaccine Education Center