The Immunization Clinic is staffed by registered nurses and administrative support. The clinic is a walk-in clinic and serves the general public by administering both required and recommended vaccinations to children and adults. It is a regional immunizations clinic, as many of the vaccines needed by overseas travelers are offered.
Appointments are required for travel assessments and travel vaccines; all other immunization clinic services are walk-in.
PPD skin tests require two visits to the clinic; the first visit is to place* the skin test, a second visit 2-3 days later to read your skin results.
In order to serve you better, please bring the following documentation with you:
- Photo I.D.
- Shot records
- Insurance cards
- Custody/Legal guardianship documentation
- Signed letter of consent from parent/legal guardian of a minor (Only needed if anyone other than a parent/legal guardian brings a minor in for immunizations.) The letter needs to include the parent's name, child's name, and the date. The person bringing in the child must provide a photo I.D.
Appointments are not needed for the Immunizations Clinic. Walk-ins will be accepted each day until the clinic reaches capacity. To better assure you will be able to receive requested services, walk-ins will not be accepted after 4:30 PM Monday - Thursday or after 12:30 PM on Friday.
PPD (TB skin test) placements are available in the Immunization Clinic on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. and the 2nd and 4th Tuesday until 6:30 p.m.
What Shots Do You Need?
A copy of your immunization records are available on a walk-in basis. Medical Records Department, https://www.cumberlandcountync.gov/departments/public-health-group/public-health/vital-medical-records/personal-medical-records .
For questions about the cost of immunizations and the fee structure, please call the Immunization Clinic at 910-433-3633.