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.
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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