Find an immunization clinic
- Use Parent Help 123's Resource Finder to search for a clinic by address or zip code.
- Public Health Centers provide routine immunizations for children 6 weeks through 18 years of age for current patients only. If you are not a current patient at a Public Health Center, contact your family doctor or health care provider for an appointment to access free vaccines through the Vaccines for Children (VFC) program.
- If you need help finding immunization services only, please contact your neighborhood pharmacies. Many King County pharmacies offer immunizations to adolescents, and some offer vaccines to younger children or use the HealthMap Vaccine Finder to identify locations near any street address in the U.S.
- If you need help finding a doctor for your child, please contact the Community Health Access Program (CHAP): 206-284-0331 or 800-756-5437. CHAP staff can refer you to a Community Health Clinic offering full health services, including immunizations. If you do not have medical coverage, clinic fees are based on your income.
- Call the Family Health Hotline at 1-800-322-2588. Staff can help you understand and apply for a variety of food and health resources in Washington state, including health insurance.
- Public Health Centers
Some Public Health Centers provide immunizations for adults age 19 and over (age 20 and over for hepatitis) for current patients only. If you are not a current patient at one of the Public Health Centers, please contact your health care provider to make an appointment.
- Assistance finding a doctor
If you need help finding a doctor, please call the Community Health Access Program (CHAP): 206-284-0331 or 800-756-5437 CHAP staff can refer you to a Community Health Clinic offering full health services, including immunizations. If you do not have medical coverage, clinic fees are based on your income.
- Private pharmacies and clinics
Many pharmacies in King County offer immunizations. Ask the pharmacies near your home or use the HealthMap Vaccine Finder to locate a clinic near you.
- 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.
Free measles vaccination for all (while supplies last)
Starting March 6, 2019 and while supplies last, free measles (MMR) vaccines are available for children and adults at HealthPoint in Auburn, Auburn North, Federal Way, Kent, Midway, Renton, SeaTac, and Tukwila. Children can also receive all other school-required vaccines for free. This service is open to all and no appointment is needed.
For information about locations and clinic hours, visit www.healthpointchc.org
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