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Free childhood vaccines available at back-to-school clinics

San Juan County Health and Community Services (HCS) is providing free childhood vaccines for K-12 students at back-to-school clinics on San Juan, Orcas, and Lopez Islands beginning the end of August and into September. These clinics are free and no appointment is needed. Immunizations will be given on a first-come, first-served basis.

Clinics will be available on:

San Juan Island

September 1 | Health and Community Services (HCS) clinic (145 Rhone St).

Orcas Island 

August 30 | Orcas Island School Cafeteria

September 7 | Orcas HCS clinic (Orcas Senior Services Center – 62 Henry Rd).

Lopez Island

August 31  | Lopez Island School Multipurpose Room

September 6 | Lopez HCS Clinic (Lopez Island Family Resource Center – 23 Pear Tree Ln, Ste 140).

For full clinic details please visit https://www.sanjuanco.com/1911/Vaccines-for-Children-Clinics.

All children in Washington are eligible for free routine childhood vaccinations through the Vaccines for Children Program. HCS will not be charging vaccine administration fees at these back-to-school clinics.

If you are not sure which vaccines your child needs, HCS public health nurses will be able to discuss vaccine schedules with you and can help look up your child’s vaccine record.

If you have other vaccine questions prior to the clinics, you may reach a public health nurse by calling 360-370-7511.

Relevant URLs:

SJC Vaccines for Children Clinics: https://www.sanjuanco.com/1911/Vaccines-for-Children-Clinics

SJC Vaccine Preventable Diseases & Immunizations: https://www.sanjuanco.com/420/Vaccine-Preventable-Diseases-Immunization

MyIR digital vaccine records: https://doh.wa.gov/you-and-your-family/immunization/access-your-familys-immunization-information

Childhood Vaccine Program: https://doh.wa.gov/public-health-healthcare-providers/public-health-system-resources-and-services/immunization/childhood-vaccine-program

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Last modified onTuesday, 09 August 2022 00:29