Immunization Program

Purpose of the program

With your help, we can keep Pottawatomie County residents and Kansans free of preventable diseases that could result in hospitalizations and/or death. 

Eligibility

Everyone is eligible to receive vaccines. We are able to provide immunizations from birth through adulthood.

Many children missed check-ups and recommended childhood vaccinations during the past two years. Children who are not protected by vaccines are more likely to get diseases like measles and whooping cough. These diseases are extremely contagious and can be very serious, especially for babies and young children. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommend children catch up on routine childhood vaccinations following disruptions from COVID-19.

Click on the images below to read about recommended vaccinations for children from Birth through 6 years of age and 7 years through 18 years of age.

2022 Recommended Immunizations for Children from Birth through 6 years old Opens in new window
2022 Recommended Immunizations for Children from 7 years through 18 years old Opens in new window


Fees for immunizations depend on insurance and payer source.

Please contact the Health Department at 785-457-3719 to discuss fees.

You may also call 785-457-3719 for additional information or to make an appointment or you may make an appointment online at https://bit.ly/HDScheduler.

Resources & Forms

Immunization Consent Form. This URL will open your document in any desktop or mobile browser. Use this link to access and share your document.