Required Childhood Vaccines for School Entry: As of July 1, 2015 beginning with the 2015-2016 school year:
Also, the following vaccines are now needed before entering the 7th grade or by 12 years old, whichever comes first:
(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:
Vaccinations Protect Generations
Immunizations Schedule Wednesdays, Thursdays & Fridays 8:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m.Walk-ins onlyNo appointment necessary
For children:Insurance Card(s)Shot RecordChild's Social Security Number
For Adults:Insurance Card(s)Proof of IDShot Record
Does the Health Department do Titers for school or work?
The laboratory at the Health Department is permitted to draw blood for titers (i.e. Hepatitis B Surface Antibody titer, Varicella titer, MMR titer) that are required for college admission or if the requests are employment-related. You will need to bring any supporting paperwork requesting the specific titer and the appropriate payment with you to your appointment. These tests could take up to two (2) weeks for results, so appointments should be made accordingly.
• Required Vaccines for School Entry • Teens and Vaccines-The Social Years • Immunizations for Employment • Get the Picture--Childhood Immunizations • Adult/Adolescent Immunizations Quiz--What vaccinations do you need? • Vaccine Information Statements • Sounds of Pertussis (whooping cough) • Voice of Meningitis • Be One Less • Sometimes It's Okay to Pick Your Nose! • Is the Shingles Vaccine Right for You? • Hepatitis B Fast Facts • Influenza Archive
• Celebrate Immunization• Health Department Warns Whooping Cough Cases Are on the Rise• Awareness of flu complications can speed recovery • Adult - Immunizations• College - Young Adult Immunizations• Child - Pre-Teen Immunizations• Infants & Toddlers Immunizations• Young Children Immunizations
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