Find an immunization clinic
- Contact your family doctor or health care provider for an appointment. Children up to age 18 can access free vaccines through the Washington State Childhood Vaccine Program.
- The HealthMap Vaccine Finder can help you search for locations that offer immunizations, including clinics and pharmacies around the country.
- Care Clinics at Bartell's Drugs accepts patients who are ages two and up, regardless of insurance. No appointment required.
- Public Health Centers provide routine immunizations to enrolled patients. Walk-in immunizations are not available.
- The Travel Clinic at the Downtown (Seattle) Public Health Center provides travel assessments and immunizations, including timely information about health-related risks while traveling abroad. Prescription medications for malaria prevention, altitude sickness, and treatment of travelers' diarrhea and other travel-related conditions are available.
- Sea Mar Community Health Centers (Burien, Seattle, White Center) vaccinate uninsured and underinsured children from birth through age 18 on a walk-in basis. Patients are charged an administrative fee, but no one is turned away for lack of funds. Uninsured and underinsured adults may be also able to receive vaccinations at no cost on a walk-in basis, but adult vaccine supply varies and cannot be guaranteed. Sea Mar encourages walk-in clients to enroll as patients when possible.
- Mary Bridge Mobile Immunization Clinic provides free and low-cost vaccine to children from birth through age 18. The clinic offers all immunizations recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), including those not required for school. No appointment is necessary and walk-ins are welcome, however clients are served on a first-come, first-served basis. Located at the South Hill Mall in Puyallup. Check the website for hours.
- School Based Health Centers (SBHC) operate at select schools in Seattle, Highline, Renton, and Bellevue. SBHCs provide a range of free primary care services, including vaccinations, well child exams, chronic disease management, sports physicals, mental health counseling, and more. Find out if your child's school has a SBHC.
Does your child attend a school in the Seattle Public Schools district? If so, your child can enroll at any of the 28 school based health centers (SBHC) in Seattle. Check out this map to find the SBHC closest to your home.
Need assistance finding a doctor or signing up for insurance?
For free and confidential services, contact:
- Community Health Access Program (CHAP): Call 206-284-0331 or toll-free 1-800-756-5437, or email firstname.lastname@example.org/. Operated by King County, CHAP connects King County residents to health insurance, health care services and other resources.
- Family Health Hotline: 1-800-322-2588. Operated by WithinReach, the Family Health Hotline provides clients and professionals with up-to-date information about state-sponsored health insurance, food programs, and a wide variety of other resources.
- Immunizations required for your job
If you need a TB (tuberculin) skin test, Hepatitis B, or other immunization for work, learn how to access an occupational health clinic near you.
- If you are a business owner, you can hire a commercial vaccinator to set up an onsite clinic at your place of business. These companies will bill private insurance (but not Medicaid) and vaccinate children and adults:
Steve Allred or Hassan Gholi
- Maxim Health Systems
Brian Beran 310-329-5899
- Mollen Immunization Clinics
- Seattle Visiting Nurse Association
Neal Baum, 206-522-5018
Public Health Travel Clinic at Downtown (Seattle) Public Health Center
Public Health provides a travel assessment and immunizations including timely information about health-related risks while traveling abroad. Prescription medications for malaria prevention, altitude sickness and treatment of travelers' diarrhea and other travel-related conditions are available.
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