For adults, we offer tetanus, pneumonia, flu, hepatitis B and hepatitis A vaccinations. Adults need tetanus boosters every 10 years.

Why is childhood immunization important?
Because it will protect your child against diseases that can hurt, cripple or kill!

Before vaccines, parents in the United States could expect that every year:
Polio would paralyze 10,000 children.
Rubella (German measles) would cause birth defects and mental retardation in as many as 20,000 newborns.
Measles would infect about 4 million children, killing 3,000.
Diphtheria would be one of the most common causes of death in school-aged children.
A bacterium called Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) would cause meningitis in 15,000 children, leaving many with permanent brain damage.
Pertussis (whooping cough) would kill 8,000 children, most of whom were under the age of one.

Go to the appropriate link below to see the recommended immunization schedules. Click on the recommended vaccine(s) to read the vaccine information statement(s).

Return to the Health Department Website to print off the consent form. Complete the consent form to speed up your Health Department appointment.

(Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to view and print off the pdf forms.)

Childhood Immunization Scheduler
Teens and College Students Immunization
Adolescent & Adult Quiz
Printable Welcome Form
Printable Notice of Privacy
Printable Documentation/Consent Form - English (pdf)
Printable Documentation/Consent Form - Spanish (pdf)
Printable Multi-Vaccine Doccumentation/Consent Form (pdf)
Printable Flu and Pneumonia Consent Form (pdf)
Printable Vaccine Information Statements (VIS)

Recommended Resources:
What Parents Should Know About Childhood Vaccines
Get the Picture: Childhood Immunizations
Vaccines Your Best Shot at Good Health
For Parents: Vaccines for your Children

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