Routine children and adult vaccines are available at walk-in immunization clinics:
- Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1-4 p.m.
- No appointment is required.
- Sliding-scale fees; services for children not denied due to inability to pay.
- A signed Consent Form is required for parents sending child with another adult.
Jefferson County Public Health is located at 615 Sheridan Street, Port Townsend, in the Castle Hill Mall. Immunizations are also available at most medical provider offices throughout Jefferson County.
Children’s Immunization Schedules
- Birth to 6 years old
- 7-18 years old
- Vaccines required for School Attendance, grades K-12
- Vaccines required for Childcare and Preschool
Routine Children’s Vaccines Offered at JCPH
Information sheets for each vaccine are available in multiple languages
- DTaP - diphtheria-tetanus-acellular pertussis. 2 mos-6 yrs, Series of 5
- DT - diphtheria-tetanus.
- Hepatitis A 2-18 yrs, Series of 2
- Hepatitis B 0-19 yrs, Series of 3
- HIB – haemophilus b conjugate. 2 mos – 4 yrs, Series of 4
- Influenza (pediatric and adolescent only) 6 mos – 18 yrs, Yearly
- HPV – human papillomavirus. 9-18 yrs, Series of 3 (only 2 needed if started before 15yo.)
- Meningococcal - Menactra 11-18 yrs, series of 2
- MMR - measles-mumps-rubella 12 mos -18 yrs, Series of 2
- MMRV - MMR + Varicella 12 mos - 12 yrs
- Pediarix - DTaP + polio + Hep B 2 mos – 6 yrs
- Pentacel - DTaP + polio + HIB 2 mos - 6 yrs
- Pneumococcal – PCV 13 2 mos – 5 yrs, Series of 4
- Polio 2 mos–18 yrs, Series of 4
- Rotavirus 6-32 weeks only, Series of 3
- Tdap - tetanus-diptheria-acellular pertussis 7- 18 yrs
- Td - tetanus-diptheria 7-18 yrs
- Varicella – chickenpox 12 mos – 18 yrs, Series of 2
Where To Find Immunization Records
- Contact your doctor’s office. They will have record of the vaccines they administered.
- Each state has an immunization registry to which many doctors and clinics upload immunization records. Parents can get copies of their children’s records in their state’s registry through their doctor’s office, through a local health department, or directly, (in Washington) by signing up MyIR.net.
- For other tips on locating record click here.