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Find a vaccine clinic

Encuentre una clínica de vacunación en español

This page includes information about routine vaccinations.
For information about COVID-only vaccine clinics, visit: kingcounty.gov/vaccine

Upcoming flu and COVID vaccine clinics

If you are insured, bring your insurance card with you. If you've received at least one dose of COVID vaccine, bring your COVID vaccination card.


Seattle Public Schools (SPS) COVID and flu vaccine clinics, open to the public. Multiple dates and locations.

Hosted in partnership with Safeway, Seattle Visiting Nurse Association, and Othello Station Pharmacy.


  • Check with your healthcare provider.

  • Visit VaccineFinder
    Find flu shot options near you, including pharmacies. If you have health insurance, your flu shot will most likely be covered. Most pharmacies have vaccine for the 2022-23 season by mid to late August.

  • Several King County school districts have school based health centers (SBHC)
    If your child lives in a district with an SBHC, they can access vaccinations and other healthcare services during operating hours (generally does not include the summer). Call ahead to find out about the best time and way to come to the clinic.

  • Some community health centers
    Sea Mar and HealthPoint, may offer flu shots by appointment to community members, depending on capacity. Call to check availability and cost.

  • If you don't have insurance or a healthcare provider, the Community Health Access Program (CHAP) can help.
    CHAP is a free and confidential telephone assistance program for King County residents. Call 1-800-756-5437 or email chap@kingcounty.gov. Check out this brochure to learn more about the many services CHAP offers.

In Washington state, all children ages 0-18 can receive all routinely recommended vaccines at no cost from a healthcare provider that participates in the Vaccines for Children (VFC) program. You may be charged an administration fee, but this can be waived if cost is a barrier. There are about 300 VFC providers in King County, and most require that a child establishes care in order to get services. Find a VFC provider near you.

The following sites offer vaccinations for children up to age 18 without requiring you or your child to enroll as a patient. However, all clients are encouraged to enroll as patients whenever possible:

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How to make an appointment

Notes

HealthPoint Community Health Centers Multiple locations in King County. Note: the HealthPoint Redmond clinic does not accept non-established patients, and HealthPoint School-Based Health Centers only serve children in the home school district. Call to make an appointment. Walk-in vaccinations on a first-come, first served basis. Administrative fee but no one turned away for lack of funds.
School Based Health Centers Select schools in Seattle, Highline, Renton, Bellevue, and Vashon school districts If you live in a district with a school based health center, your child can access free immunizations and other health care services. Call to make an appointment or find a center.  
Sea Mar Community Health Centers Multiple locations in King County Call to make an appointment. Walk-in vaccinations on a first-come, first-served basis. Administrative fee, but no one is turned away for lack of funds.
The Everett Clinic Bellevue, Bothell, Kirkland, Shoreline Call to make an appointment Administrative fee, but no one is turned away for lack of funds.
Intergalactic Pediatrics Lake City, Seattle Make an appointment online Administrative fee, but no one is turned away for lack of funds.

* Please note: this list may not be exhaustive. Public Health frequently updates this page as new information becomes available.

Vaccination is covered by most insurance plans. For free and confidential help: