• Health

  • Department:
  • Immunizations

  • *Please note we are currently out of the yellow fever vaccine due to a manufacturing problem with the drug company. If you need to have this vaccine prior to your travel please call to check for its availability at 910.989.3974. 


    Immunization Updates

    Flu Shots 2016 Rotator

    Immunization Outreach 2016                                                                   
    School Immunization Outreach Packet 2016-2017 (to manually fill out) click here

    Information and instructions to have your child vaccinated in their school by the Health Department (click on link): Dear Parent Letter

    Click here to fill out ELECTRONICALLY from your computer, then click 'print form' button to turn into your child's school by September 29th, 2016 

    Required Childhood Vaccines for School Entry:  As of July 1, 2015 beginning with the 2016-2017 school year: 

    DTap Diphtheria, Tetanus and Pertussis   5 Doses
    Polio 4th dose must be on or after the 4th birthday 4 Doses  
    Measles Part of the MMR Vaccine 2 Doses
    Mumps Part of the MMR Vaccine   2 Doses
    Rubella Part of the MMR Vaccine   1 Dose
    Hib Haemophilus influenzae type B 4 Doses
    Hep B (HBV)   Hepatitis B 3 Doses
    Varicella Chicken Pox 2 Doses
    Prevnar 13 Pneumo conjugate 4 Doses


     Also, the following vaccines are now needed before entering the 7th grade or by 12 years old, whichever comes first:

    Tdap Tetanus, Diptheria, Pertussis 1 dose
    Meningitis Meningococcal     1 dose


    (Please note- vaccine requirements for Department of Defense Schools vary.) 

    We also carry many immunizations recommended by the NCIP (North Carolina Immunization Program) and the CDC: 

    Rotavirus   3 Doses
    Hep A (HAV) Hepatitis A  2 Doses
    Gardasil   HPV 3 Doses
    Flu (Sept - June)   Influenza   Yearly


    We file many insurances, including Blue Cross/Blue Shield, NC Health Choice, TriCare, Medicare, NC Medicaid and others.  Children (6 months through 18 years old) who have Medicaid, are uninsured, are American Indian/Alaskan Native or are under-insured may receive immunizations at no cost.
    Adults may come to the Health Department for vaccines, too!  Flu, Pneumonia, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B and Shingles Vaccines are offered for private purchase (or billed insurance).
    Most adults qualify for a tetanus shot with no insurance and no out of pocket expense!
    Immunizations are entered into the North Carolina Immunization Registry.
    Bring your shot record with you when you come!
    For information about immunizations, call (910) 347-2154, ext. 3992


    Immunization Safety  

    Vaccinations Protect Generations