HOT TOPICS

  • Pertussis: Missoula County continues to experience a community-wide outbreak of pertussis. The Tdap vaccine can help decrease your chances of getting sick from pertussis. All children should have one Tdap prior to 7th grade entry.
  • Adults should receive one Tdap booster in their lifetime.
  • Flu: Influenza vaccine is now available at our location.

    Health care providers recommend every person 6 months of age and older receive a yearly flu vaccine.  It is especially important for children less than 5 years of age, pregnant women and those with chronic health conditions.
    We stock a new vaccine, Heplisav-B.  It is a 2-dose Hep B vaccine that can be given one month apart.  This vaccine is for 19-year old’s and older.  It is for someone starting the series as it should not be intermingled with the 3-dose Hep B vaccine that some might have already received.
  • We stock a new vaccine, Heplisav-B. It is a 2-dose Hep B vaccine that can be given one month apart. This vaccine is for 19-year old’s and older. It is for someone starting the series as it should not be intermingled with the 3-dose Hep B vaccine that some might have already received.
  • Shingles Vaccine, Shingrix: As of October 7, 2019 we are OUT OF SHINGRIX. 

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

Walk-in Clinic

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.