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Immunization Program

The Washoe County Health District, located at 1001 East Ninth Street, Building B, Reno, Nevada.The Washoe County Health District,
located at 1001 East Ninth Street,
Building B, Reno, Nevada.
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Clinic Location

Washoe County Health District Immunization Clinic
1001 East Ninth Street, Building B
Reno, Nevada
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Getting an Immunization

Appointments are required for immunizations. **We do not offer travel immunization services.**

Please call 328-2402 Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. to schedule an appointment.

Clinic Hours

The Immunization Clinic is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. - noon and 1 p.m. - 4:30 p.m., excluding holidays.

Appointments are required for immunizations. Walk in appointments are limited to schedule openings.

Immunization Fees

Find immunization fees at the Community and Clinical Health Services fees page.

  • Childhood immunizations
    • Fees vary depending on Vaccines for Children (VFC) eligibility. The following children are considered VFC eligible:
      • Children enrolled in Medicaid (Proof of enrollment in Medicaid is required at time of service.)
      • Children enrolled in Nevada Check Up (Proof of enrollment in Nevada Check Up is required at time of service.)
      • Children who are American Indian/Alaskan Native
      • Children who have insurance which doesn't cover immunizations
      • Children who do not have insurance
    • We accept Nevada Check Up (Amerigroup & Regular) and Medicaid.
  • Adult immunizations
    • We accept Medicaid (Amerigroup & Regular).
    • We do not accept Medicare, Senior Care Plus or Senior Dimensions.
  • We accept cash, checks, debit cards, or credit cards. We do not accept out-of-state checks, American Express, or Discover.

Necessary Forms & Documents

Bring all immunization records for the individual(s) receiving immunizations. Our immunization registry may not contain immunizations given at other clinics, private physicians, or the school district. It does not contain records of immunizations given out of state.

We strongly encourage parents or court-appointed legal guardians to personally accompany their child for immunizations. There are forms, questionnaires, and consents that need to be read, completed, and signed by the parent or legal guardian.

We do not accept notes from parents authorizing a third party such as a step-parent, aunt, uncle, or adult sibling to bring a child in for immunizations. If a child comes with a relative or friend, paperwork will be provided for them to take home for the parent to read, complete, and sign before the child can be immunized.

Immunization Schedules for Children & Adults

Information for Childcare Providers

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