SHINGRIX is currently unavailable. We will update this site when it becomes available. We apologize for this inconvenience.
Please check with your insurance to find out if this vaccine is a covered service.
Call 258-3363 with questions.
Flu shots (including high dose) are now available
MT Teen Vax Challenge
The MT Teen Vax Challenge starts May 1st and runs through the end of October, 2018. This Challenge is an opportunity for parents/guardians of 11-17 year olds to enter their teen's name into a drawing for a $50 Amazon gift card if they have received at least 1 Tdap, 1 MCV4 and 1 HPV vaccine (at any time). Only one entry per teen. One gift card per county will be given away.
The Deadline to enter is October 31, 2018. Winners will be announced in November, 2018.
To enter the drawing:
*As long as your teen has had 1 Tdap, 1 MCV4 and 1 HPV and is between the ages of 11-17 years (the date received does not matter), parents/guardians can enter their teen into the challenge for a chance to win!!!
NEW SERVICE-The Outpatient Immunization Clinic is now offering a blood test called Q-Gold for TB screening. These are available on a walk-in basis during our regular clinic hours Mondays-Thursdays. Please check with your insurance to find out if this screening is covered for you. Call 258-3363 if you have any questions.
Other Clinic Services:
- Adult Immunizations
- Childhood Immunizations
- Blood draws for antibody titers: Hepatitis B, Rubella, Varicella, Rabies, etc.
- Hepatitis C Tests
- Urine pregnancy tests
- Lice checks
- TB testing and follow-up
- Lead screening
- Flu Shots
- Travel Immunizations - appointment required
- Other immunization information resources
Walk-in Clinic Hours
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Clinic Services is open during the lunch hour.
TB testing is available only on Monday, Tuesday and Friday during the above hours. You must return three days later to have the test read so please plan accordingly. Cost is $20. The test involves injecting a test material under the skin of your arm and checking it three days later to evaluate any reaction.