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Immunization Clinics - Childhood and Adolescent
The Vaccine For Children (VFC) Program was created to meet the vaccination needs of children from birth through 18 years of age. Children eligible to receive VFC provided vaccines include: children enrolled in Medicaid, children who do not have insurance and children who are American Indian or Alaskan Native. In addition, children who have health insurance that does not cover the cost of vaccines are considered to be "underinsured" and are eligible for the VFC Program.

Although there is no charge for immunizations, a donation of $5.00 is suggested to offset the cost of medical supplies. Contact Tanya 712-328-4666 for more information.

Upcoming Children's Immunizations Clinics 2016

These clinics are open to all children in Pottawattamie County, through the age of 18 years, who are enrolled in Medicaid, have no health insurance, their insurance does not cover vaccines and/or Alaskan Native or American Indian. Questions regarding immunizations/vaccines contact Tanya 712-328-4666.
 
Please arrive to all walk-in clinics 15 minutes prior to closing.

2016 Children's Immunization Schedule (English)

2016 Children's Immunization Schedule (Spanish)




Clinic Updates and Information

  • Walk-in for Children's Immunizations at the WIC Clinic, 300 West Broadway, Ste #9-Omni Center, Every Tuesday 1-3 p.m. (except the 5th Tuesday of the month.)
  • Tuesday Evening  Walk-in clinic for Children's Immunizations, 2nd Tuesday of the Month, 4-6 p.m. at City Hall, in the basement, 209 Pearl Street. Enter East side of the building. NO JUNE EVENING CLINIC  
  • Children's Immunization Clinic every Thursday 1-4 p.m. by appointment only, at City Hall, in the basement. Enter East Side of the building.
  • Children's Immunization Clinic the 1st Wednesday of the month 9-11 a.m. by appointment only, at City Hall, in the basement. Enter East Side of the building.    
  • ***Special arrangements can be made on a case-by-case basis for children's immunizations.


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