Saturday, August 30, 2014

Services Provided

  • Provides vaccines.
  • Provides immunization education.

What You Can Do

  • Get vaccinated to prevent the spread of disease, personally and among others.
  • Vaccinations are recommended for persons of every age and health status.

Immunization Clinic

The Immunization Clinic reduces and eliminates the spread of vaccine preventable diseases by providing immunization education and vaccination services.

The Immunization Clinic provides routine immunizations to children from birth to 18 years of age through the publicly funded VFC program. These vaccines are also provided at outreach clinics around the county.

Immunization Schedule

The Immunization Clinic also provides vaccines for adults, international travelers, those with occupational risk, medical indications, and for post-exposure disease control efforts.  The International Travel Line is: 937-224-8697.

Teens Health

Common Questions

What vaccines does my baby need?
Your child needs shots at 2, 4, 6, and 12 months of age and again at 4 to 6 years of age. Here’s a helpful chart.
Are babies the only persons that need vaccines?
No. Vaccines are needed for children before starting school, again at Teens, and even into adulthood.
Are vaccines safe?
Yes. Studies have shown that vaccines are safe and effective. Extensive research and testing is conducted prior to FDA approval of vaccine.
More Common Questions

Downloadable Files

Percentage of children immunized
Percentage of children fully immunized by 35 months of age

Public Health in the Community

What to Do When Your Home Has Flooded

House FloodTorrential rains and storms in the Spring can result in flash flooding throughout the Miami Valley.

Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County wants residents to be informed about proper food and water handling when disasters occur. The following are precautions to take before, during and after a flood happens.

Flood waters often carry bacteria or other contaminants, so take safety precautions by wearing rubber boots and gloves, and be careful not to let the water touch your skin. If you are exposed to the water, wash your skin with soap and water.

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