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Immunizations are performed by appointment only.

Children and Adults with insurance or Point of Sale (POS) Cash/Check/Money Order

We offer all the childhood immunizations from infant through high school and college prep to kids who are covered by most major medical insurance such as Blue Cross (Anthem), Cigna, Golden Rule, Sagamore, United Healthcare, and professional Benefit Administrations. There are many other providers on the list as well. We accept Medicare B for flu and pneumonia (Prevnar and Pneumovax).

For Adults 19 and over we offer a full range of vaccines for those with insurance (same as above) and POS. We also have vaccines for those who have no insurance or whose insurance does not pay for vaccines (travel vaccines are not included).

We are Certified Travel Clinic and offer vaccines such as Typhoid and Yellow Fever (including the Yellow Fever Certificate), Hepatitis A and B

Prices for the POS vaccines are:
•Hep A: $70 each (series of 2)
•Hep B: $45 each (series of 3)
•Rabies: TBD (To be Determined
•Yellow Fever: TBD
•Tdap: $35
•TB Skin Test: $20
•Typhoid: $93
•Zostavax (Shingles): $185

The Clinton County Immunization Clinic

The Clinton County Immunization Clinic (CCIC) is available for children birth – through their 18th year. It is located on the third floor of the IU Hospital on South Jackson St. Hours of operation are every Tuesday and Thursday from 8am till 11am and 1pm till 4pm. There are no appointments. Visits are walk-in-only. The staff there ask that you bring your child´s immunization record and Medicaid card if there is one. This clinic is for children who have Medicaid or if the child is uninsured.

Public Health Nurse/Immunizations (Commercial Insurance) –

Immunization Clinic (No Insurance or Medicaid) –

Walk In Immunizations

WHO?  Children ages infant through age 19, who are uninsured or on Medicaid.



  • Wednesday August 28 (routine immunizations) and
  • Wednesday October 23 (routine immunizations and flu shots)

Where?  1 pm to 7 pm at the Clinic, room 3054 at IU Frankfort Hospital.

**The clinic will be closed October 1**

WHO?  Children and adults who have commercial insurance (all vaccines including flu)  or Medicare (flu and pneumonia only)

What?  WALK-IN IMMUNIZATION CLINIC for school vaccines and flu/pneumonia

When? Wednesday October 9

Where?  3 pm to 7 pm at the Health Department, 400 E Clinton Street.