The CCCHD Immunization Clinic provides routine vaccines for infants, children, teens, and adults. Vaccines are also available to international travelers, those with occupational risk, medical indications, and for post-exposure disease control efforts.

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

The Immunization Clinic provides routine vaccines for infants, children, teens, and adults. The clinic also provides vaccines for international travelers, those with occupational risk, medical indications, and for post-exposure disease control efforts.

Approved means of immunization against diseases for school-aged children. 

Recommended Immunizations for Children from Birth Through 6 Years Old

Recommended Vaccinations for Infants and Children, Birth through six years

Recommended Immunizations for Children 7-18 Years Old

Recommended Vaccinations for Children, 7-18 years old

Recommended Adult Immunizations

Recommended Adult Immunization Schedule by Age Group

Recommended Adult Immunization Schedule by Medical Condition

Our Nursing Division works to create a healthy community through the control of vaccine-preventable diseases. Residents may schedule an appointment at any time by calling 937-390-5600 and asking to reserve an appointment. If you have stopped by our facility and do not have an appointment, we will do our best to find an appointment time for you.

Please bring the following items with you to every appointment:

  • Immunization (shot) record
  • Insurance card(s)
  • Form of payment (if applicable): cash, check or credit card
  • Any custody or guardianship papers (if applicable)
  • Photo ID for parent/legal guardian

The Clark County Combined Health District participates in the Vaccines For Children (VFC) Program that offers vaccines at no cost for VFC eligible children.  Your child is eligible for the VFC Program from birth through 18 years of age and if he or she is one of the following:
•    Medicaid eligible, or
•    Uninsured, or
•    *Underinsured, or
•    American Indian or Alaska Native.

*Underinsured means that your child has health insurance, but it:
•    Doesn’t cover vaccines, or
•    Doesn’t cover certain vaccines, or
•    Covers vaccines but has a fixed dollar amount or cap for vaccines.  Once that fixed dollar amount is reached, your child is then eligible for VFC vaccine.

An administration fee is requested for each VFC vaccine but no VFC eligible child ages 0 through 18 years of age will be denied VFC supplied vaccines due to inability to pay administration fees.

CCCHD has partnered with the Local Public Health Services Collaborative, LLC and our fee schedule and administration fees have changed.  We are unable to quote pricing due to the varying circumstances of each individual.

Click on the link below to see if your insurance is on the list of participating providers.

Local Public Health Services Collaborative Participating Payors

It is the responsibility of the insured client to know their insurance plan benefits Please bring ALL insurance cards and medical cards to be reviewed and eligibility confirmed.  Primary and secondary insurance information is needed, if applicable.

CCCHD will continue to offer vaccines to uninsured adults with payment due at time of service. Please contact us with any questions you may have at 937-390-5600.

The 2019-2020 Child Care, Head Start, Pre-School and School Attendance Immunization Requirements can be found by looking at these various links:

Immunizations for Child Care, Head Start, and Preschool

We have a satellite clinic in New Carlisle at the Honey Creek Presbyterian Church. Honey Creek Presbyterian Church is located at 212 West Jefferson St., New Carlisle, Ohio.  Please enter the annex building off of South Adams Street.  The clinic is held upstairs. Hours for this clinic are as follows:

  • 1st Tuesday of each month, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. by appointment *Beginning in April, New Carlisle clinics will be the first THURSDAY of each month.

We ask that if you are seeking immunizations that you call our main line for an appointment for the New Carlisle Clinic site.  (937) 390-5600.

Need to Find Your Immunization Record?  When a vaccine is given to you or your child, be sure to ask the provider of the vaccine to give you a copy of that vaccination record.  Future vaccines will be decided based on the information on that shot record or vaccination record.  Additionally, re-entering certain career fields may require you to produce a vaccination record and finding that vaccination history can be difficult if you do not have a copy of your record.  If you think you may have had vaccinations at the Health District, please call (937) 390-5600 to receive a copy of what vaccinations we have documented for you.

*Immunizations are given according to the schedule recommended by the Centers for Disease Control, Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices, American Academy of Pediatrics, and the Ohio Department of Health and per standing order of the Medical Director for the Health District. Adult clients and the responsible adult of minor children will fill out a questionnaire at each visit regarding health status and any reactions to previous vaccines administered. They have the opportunity to ask questions and have the information on the Vaccine Information Sheets (VIS) clarified if necessary. Clients under the age of eighteen years must be accompanied by a responsible adult to receive services.