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  Madison County, Iowa - Public Health - Immunizations

Walk-In Immunization Clinic
4th Thursday of each month
3:30 pm-5:00 pm
Madison County Public Health works with the Iowa Department of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to provide vaccines for preventable disease. The goal of the Immunization Program is to reduce and ultimately eliminate the incidence of vaccine preventable diseases by working in conjunction with public and private health care providers throughout the state. Immunization services include vaccinations for infants through adults, including the required school immunizations, flu clinics, and senior immunizations.

Payment for immunization services include private pay, insurance billing (call for provider participation), and the Vaccines For Children (VFC) state grant. The VFC grant provides vaccines for children 0-18 years at no cost if they meet any of the following:

• Enrolled in Medicaid
• Do not have health insurance
• Are uninsured
• Are underinsured (have health insurance, but does not cover the cost of vaccines)
• Are American Indian or Alaskan Native

Appointments can be made by calling the office at 515-462-9051, walk-ins are also welcome.

- Immunization Schedule - Childhood
- Immunization Schedule - Adolescent
- Immunization Schedule - Adult

Immunization audits:

Madison County Public health conducts annual audits of immunization records for students enrolled in licensed childcare centers and public, private, and parochial students in kindergarten through 12th grade. Audits are conducted to ensure attendees have received the required immunizations and have an appropriate Iowa Department of Public Health Certificate of Immunization, Certificate of Immunization Exemption, or Provisional Certificate of Immunization. Click here for 2016-17 school reports.

Click here for more information from the Iowa Department of Public Health’s Immunization Program:

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