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The Shelby County Health Department has an immunization clinic at Shelby County Health Department Wednesday, January 18th from 8:30AM-11:30AM. The clinic is open to all children ages 2 months to 18 years. Vaccines offered are Polio, Hepatitis B, Menactra (Meningitis vaccine), DTaP, TD, Tdap, Varicella (chickenpox), MMR, Prevnar (pneumonia), Pediarix (DTaP-HEPB-IPV Combo), Rotarix, Pentacel, Hepatitis A, and Gardasil (Human Papillomavirus vaccine). Boosters of MMR, DTaP, and Polio are required after four years of age or prior to kindergarten entrance. The administration fee is $10.00 for each immunization. Make all checks payable to the Shelby County Health Department or IPA Medicaid Card is accepted. No one is denied if unable to pay.

If you are bringing children that attend school outside of Shelby County or are new to the school system in Shelby County, you must bring their past immunization records for the nurse to evaluate. Pre-registration before the day of the clinic is necessary to assure appointment time and vaccine availability. Clinic size is limited. All consents must be signed by parent or legal guardian and are valid for 30 days. If you have any questions concerning your child and immunization requirements, call the Shelby County Health Department at 774-9555.

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