Immunization Services

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Immunization services include pediatric, adult, travel and seasonal flu. Please contact one of our Public Health clinics to schedule an appointment.  

»Required School Immunizations

»Recommended Immunization Schedules by Age Group

»Travel Shots

»Seasonal Flu shots are typically available starting in the fall and through the early spring.

»Clinic Locations

»Immunization Fees 

»More Information About Vaccines

To request a record of immunizations received at one of our clinics, please call 805-781-5500.  The Public Health Department is a member of the California Immunization Registry (CAIR).  

VACCINES WORK!

CDC statistics demonstrate dramatic declines in vaccine-preventable diseases when compared with the pre-vaccine era! See stats here.

Vaccines are among the 20th Century's most successful and cost-effective public health tools available for preventing disease and death.

They not only prevent a vaccinated individual from developing a potentially serious disease, but they also help protect the entire community by reducing the spread of infectious agents.

TDAP FOR EVERY PREGNANCY REGARDLESS OF VACCINATION HISTORY

Severe infant pertussis often reflects missed opportunities for third trimester Tdap immunization.  See the 6-1-15 Health Update

  

 Immunization Schedules by Age Group

 

 

More Information About Vaccines

American Academy of Pediatrics

California Vaccines for Children Program- Immunization training and resources

CDC National Immunization Program

Common Questions Parents Ask About Infant Immunizations 

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia  Excellent Vaccine Education Center

Immunization Action Coalition Vaccine Information, Safety and Importance 

Stanford Medical Center: Hepatitis B

Vaccine Preventable Diseases

Vaccine Safety 

California State IZ Branch

Penny Borenstein, MD, MPH

Health Officer/Public Health Director

CONTACT US

M-F, 8:00 AM-5:00 PM

(805) 781-5500

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After hours public health emergency or urgent communicable disease (805) 781-4553

24-Hour Information Line -Recorded Messages- (805) 788-2903

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