- Last Updated: 4.24.14
Routine immunizations for eligible children and for some adults are available at area health centers by appointment and at scheduled walk-in clinics, Monday through Friday. Immunizations are free, but donations up to $10 ($20 for flu and pneumococcal vaccines) are appreciated.
- Adult Immunizations
- Childhood Immunizations
- Flu Season
- Maryland Back to School Immunization Requirements
- Middle School and High School Immunizations
- Get Smart, Get Shots! (Immunizations for the College-Bound)
- Hepatitis A fact sheet
- Hepatitis B fact sheet
- Hepatitis C fact sheet
- HPV Fact Sheet
- Influenza or the "Flu"
- Pneumococcal Disease
- Shingles Vaccine Fact Sheet
- Tdap Vaccine - Free To People In Close Contact With Babies
- Tetanus Disease Fact Sheet
Community health workers provide intervention and support to parents of immunization-delayed infants and young children via home visits, phone calls and community outreach. Community health workers follow up on referrals received from private health care providers, County agencies and other Department of Health programs. Educational materials regarding vaccine-preventable diseases are also provided to County residents and health care providers.