Immunization & Well Child Clinic

Immunization Clinic

Washington County Public Health holds an Immunization Clinic every Wednesday from 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM.  This clinic is for Washington County residents only and by appointment only.  Please call 518-746-2400 to schedule an appointment or with any questions.

Publicly funded vaccine will continue to serve eligible children and adolescents:
    *Uninsured
    *Under-insured
    *Enrolled in Medicaid
    *Medicaid Managed Care
    *Child Health Plus
    *American Indians or Alaska Natives

Beginning October 1, 2012 New York State Vaccine Program policy requires that no federally funded vaccine be administered to fully privately insured persons.   Administration and vaccine fees will be billed to your insurance company upon insurance approval for fully privately insured persons.  For any out of pocket expenses that your insurance does not cover, we have a sliding fee scale for discount fees.  Proof of income is required.

Washington County Public Health will not turn away any patient because of inability to pay.


Immunization Schedules
http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules/index.html
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The Campaign to Immunyze All
New Yorkers

The Campaign strives to provide up to date, accessible information about childhood and adult immunizations with the goal of increasing vaccination rates throughout the State.  Click here for more information:  Immunyze All New Yorkers

Well Child Clinic

Well Child Clinics are held twice a year.  One clinic in August and one in September.  Dates will be announced in the near future.  Children must be entering kindergarten, a Washington County resident, and an appointment is necessary.  Please call 518-746-2400 to schedule an appointment or with any questions.

Vaccine-Preventable Disease Outbreak Response

In the event of a disease outbreak, Washington County Public Health will continue to have publicly funded vaccine available regardless of insurance status.