Lewis County Public Health Department provides vaccinations through its general clinic located on the third floor of the Public Health Building.
TB skin tests are only available on Tuesdays.
Immunization clinic hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9am-12noon, 1:30pm-4pm.
- State supplied vaccines are available for all children from birth to 19th birthday with protection against 16 vaccine preventable diseases.
- Routine adult immunizations are available (as of February 2010). (This does not include travel immunizations. Click here for CDC's travel recommendations and call for referral.)
- Click here for a list of current vaccine fees. There is a small administration fee which may be waived. Medical coupons are also accepted.
- Children's immunizations
- Routine Adult immunizations (this does not include special travel vaccines).
- Immunization Records
- Tuberculosis (TB) services: Refer to Valley View Health Clinic for Quantiferon blood test.
- Information concerning immunization requirements for entry into schools, preschools and child care facilities.
- Influenza/flu shots for children and adults are usually available September-March in our clinic.
- Child: DTAP, Flu, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, HIB, MMR, Polio, PCV13, Rotavirus, Varicella
- Adolescent: Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, HPV, Meningococcal, Tdap, Varicella
- Adults: Flu, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Combination Hep A/B, MMR, Pneumonia, TDaP, Varicella, Zostavax
Frequently Asked questions:
Can I get a copy of my child's immunization record?
- Health care providers can help parents get a copy of their child’s immunization record by accessing the Washington State Immunization Information System (WSIIS) and printing it directly from the registry.
What immunizations are recommended for my child?
- The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has posted schedules for recommended vaccinations for infants, toddlers, children and adults. You may view the 0-18 year old schedule here and a make-up schedule here.
- Adolescents and adults can take this helpful quiz on the CDC site to determine what vaccinations they may still need.
What immunizations are required for child care and/or school attendance?
What immunizations are recommended for adults?
Why should I vaccinate my child?
Where can I get more information about immunizations?
- WA State Department of Health
- Reliable Sources of Immunization Information
- Immunization Action Coalition
Where can healthcare providers get information about the childhood vaccine program?
Lewis County Immunization Coordinator
Jane Sheldon, RN