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Adolescent and Adult Vaccine Quiz.

The Salt Lake County Health Department is committed to providing immunizations to all children, adolescents, and adults.

Adults, remember, it's important for you to keep up on YOUR immunizations, too.
More about vaccine-preventable diseases that affect adults.

For uninsured families, those with Medicaid, or families unable to pay full price, Vaccines for Children (VFC) are available from $10 to $14.50 per dose. This includes the VFC flu vaccine.

***APPOINTMENTS ARE REQUIRED***

Schedule an appointment online or call 385-468-4152 to make an appointment.
For general immunization information, fee schedules, and a list of clinic locations and phone numbers, call 385-468-7468.

If you need vaccines for travel, call 385-468-4111 for an appointment.

Immunization Clinic Hours

  • Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • In addition to the above, all clinics are open Wednesdays 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
  • The Rose Park clinic is open for immunizations only on Wednesdays, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m and 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
  • All clinics are closed on federal and state holidays.

Immunizations Schedules and Recommendations

If you have a child who will begin kindergarten this year (2012), she/he probably needs a DTaP and polio booster, as well as a second varicella vaccine. All of our clinics stock all recommended childhood, adolescent, and adult vaccines.

Along with your kindergartener, your teenager may need additional vaccines as well—all 11-18 year olds need a Tdap, at least one Menactra vaccine to prevent meningitis, and three “Human Papilloma Virus” vaccines—this is often referred to as the HPV vaccine. The HPV vaccine gives lifetime protection against the viruses that cause cervical cancer and other genital cancers and warts. Your teen may also need a second varicella, if this vaccine wasn’t given earlier.

To find our clinics, visit our Clinic Locations page or call our Immunization Information Line at 385-468-7468

For complete information on immunizations schedules and recommendations for children, adolescents, and adults, visit the Immunize Utah website.

Parental Consent Forms for Minors

If an unaccompanied minor (16 or 17 years old) will be visiting a clinic for a PPD (tuberculosis skin test), the minor's parent or guardian should send the minor with the following completed form:

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