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As of January 1st, 2019
Monday Immunization Clinic Hours: 2:00 pm-5:00pm
Appointments are scheduled every 30 minutes with last client registration is at 4:30PM
Walk-ins accepted for Flu/Tdap Only
All other walk-ins are welcome to wait for last minute cancellations on a first come, first serve basis
Immunization records are required to be dropped off one (1) week before appointment time
For appointments, eligibility or any questions, please call (530) 666-8552
(Business Hours: M-F 8:00 am-5:00 pm)
Where to Get Immunized
Your doctor’s office or primary care clinic is often the best and least expensive place to get vaccinated. Call in advance to check if there’s a cost and to make sure the vaccines you need are in stock.
Children are best served when they receive vaccines as part of a routine well-child visit from a primary care provider.
All children and adults can have access to medical care.
If your doctor's office does not have the vaccines you need, or you cannot get an appointment in time, use the HealthMap Vaccine Finder to find a doctor or clinic near you that offers vaccines. For Partnership Healthcare members, please contact Members Services at (800) 863-4155.
If you still need help call the Vaccine for Children Program at 530-666-8552
If you need immediate immunization assistance, please visit your nearest medical clinic or contact our immunization program at 530-666-8552 for assistance.
Finding Official Immunization Records
Yellow fever vaccine, and other related traveling vaccines, are available only at designated vaccination centers. Locations of centers are available on the Center for Disease Control – Traveler’s Health Yellow Fever Vaccination clinics page.
- World Health Organization (WHO)
- International Society of Travel Medicine (ISTM)
- International Association for Medical Assistance to Travelers (IAMAT)
All Recommended Immunizations are
offered based on eligibility & availability.
Please contact our Immunization Program
for eligibility requirements.
- 2017 Recommended Immunizations for children from birth to 6 years old
- 2017 Recommended Immunizations for children 7 to 18 years old
- 2017 Recommended Immunizations for Adults
Vaccine Information for School and Child Care
- Guide to Immunizations Required for School Entry
- Guide to Immunizations Required for Child Care
- The Shots for School website has information about the immunizations required for school and child care entry in California. Click on the following for more information.
- Tools for School: How to Implement Immunization Requirements and Educational Materials
- Answers to frequently asked questions about immunizations requirements and recommendations.
- Immunization Assessment Reporting
Vaccine Information for Healthcare Providers/Professionals
- 2017 Changes to Children and Adolescents Immunization Schedule
- 2017 Changes to Adults Immunization Schedule
- Current Issue: February 2017
- Use of a 2-Dose Schedule for Human Papillomavirus Vaccination
Vaccine Recall or Shortage Information
- Vaccine shortage information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Vaccine recall information from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
- Flu Season 2016 -2017
- Easy-to-read Immunization schedules (CDC)
- Create a Schedule of Vaccines Needed Since Birth
- Who Should NOT Get Vaccinated
- Preteen Educational Materials
- California Department of Public Health Immunization Branch
- Immunization Action Coalition
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Vaccine Information for Healthcare Providers
- The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP)
- Vaccines for Children (VFC) Provider locations
- Immunization Promotional Materials for Staff and Patients
- Asian Pacific Islanders
- Adults 19-26 years old
- Health care workers
- Hepatitis C infected individuals
- Diabetes Type 1 and Type 2 Adults
- People born 1945 – 1965
- Pregnant women
- HIV positive Adults
- Asplenic or post-splenectomy adults