Please Arrive Early for Children's Immunizations
Updated October 29, 2014:
Please plan to arrive to our children's immunization clinics early as they may close earlier due to high client demand.
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Remember to bring your Immunization Record (blue book) to EVERY visit!
Childhood Immunizations - Our Mission
The purpose of Childhood Immunizations is to provide immunizations to children age 0 years up to their 19th birthday and education to parents, guardians, and day care and school staff to reduce/eliminate the transmission of vaccine preventable diseases.
Immunizations have proven to be the most effective way to stop the spread of disease. Here in Maricopa County your child from age 0 years up to their 19th birthday is encouraged to receive childhood immunizations from either his/her health care provider or from one of the Maricopa County Department of Public Health childhood immunization clinics.
Vaccine Safety Concerns? The American Academy of Pediatrics provides extensive research studies to address your concerns.
There are federal funding changes to how vaccine is funded and administered.
What does this mean?
Maricopa County Public Health is now partnering with health plans to assist us in recouping costs. YOU WILL NOT BE BILLED; however WE ASK THAT YOU BRING YOUR INSURANCE CARD TO EVERY VISIT TO OUR CLINICS. Please read the following letter in regards to how your insurance company will be billed for your visit: in English | en Español
Maricopa County Public Health has partnered with the following health plans:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona
- United Healthcare
- All AHCCCS plans
If your insurance is not accepted by MCDPH, we ask that your consider going to your health care provider to get your child's vaccines before coming to the clinic (or view this flyer for other options). If your provider does not carry the necessary vaccines, PLEASE COME TO THE CLINIC, YOU WILL NOT BE TURNED AWAY.
If you have any questions please call (602) 506-6767 for more information. We appreciate your patience and cooperation!
For additional information about immunizations and vaccine preventable diseases and how this ongoing successful public health service has contributed to the health of our community, please visit www.whyimmunize.org, TAPI, The Arizona Partnership for Immunization.