Health Services

Immunizations

Welcome to our Immunization Services!

Remember to Take 3 actions to fight flu this season. 1. Get a Vaccine in shot or mist form. 2. Wash your hands. 3. Take antivirals if prescribed by your doctor if you get the flu. 

Immunizations!

Why Immunize?

Immunizations have proven to be the most effective way to stop the spread of disease. Here in Gila County your child from age 0 years up to their 19th birthday is encouraged to receive childhood immunizations from either his/her health care provider or from the Gila County Public Health Department.

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CONTACT OUR OFFICE TO FIND OUT!

We offer immunizations in two locations:

Globe Public Health Department [Map]
5515 S. Apache Ave., Suite 100
Globe, AZ 85501
(928) 425-3189

Payson Public Health Department [Map]
107 W. Frontier St., Suite A
Payson, AZ 85541
(928) 474-1210

To view our monthly immunization schedules, please click on images below:

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Childhood Immunizations

Immunizations are administered by Registered Nurses at both the Globe and Payson offices. Your child will need to begin their immunizations at 2 months of age and we would be delighted to help you get those started. Your child’s “baby shots” should be completed by 2 years of age.

inforparents Resources for Parents

2018 Recommended Immunizations for Children
[PDF] [HTML]

Parents' Guide to Childhood Immunizations
[PDF] [HTML]

Infographic: The Journey of Your Child's Vaccines
[PDF] [HTML]


 
Kindergarten Shots

Your child will need “Booster Shots” when they turn 4 years old or start school.  For a list of recommended immunizations, please check out the information provided on the right.
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For a complete list of recommended immunizations, just click on the logo and select your child’s birth date. 


childhood immunization schedule
The Catch-Up Immunization Scheduler tool, once downloaded, can be used to determine the vaccines your child needs and is especially useful for quickly.

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Adolescent Shots

Adolescents will need vaccines when they turn 11-12 years of age or enter sixth grade, and again when they turn 16 years of age for a booster.
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Concerns?

After talking with parents across the country, CDC put together this short video to help answer the tough questions that real moms had about childhood immunizations. Understanding the importance of vaccines is crucial for you to protect your children’s health.


  
adults Adult Shots
Your need for immunizations doesn't end when you reach adulthood. Get and maintain protection against vaccine-preventable diseases for your health and for your family's health. Be the example!