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Communicable Disease Control

Immunization Information


 
Bee Wise Bee Wise. IMMUNIZE!

Looking for Flu Vaccinations?

Looking for Food Handler Vaccinations?

Looking for Travelers Vaccinations?

Check Infant/Child Immunization Schedule 2015 Recommended Immunizations
for Children from Birth Through 6 Years Old
or the Missouri School Immunization Requirements.

Click for: Vaccination schedule for Teens and College students

Click for: Adult vaccinations

For additional information on immunizations, please visit the:
Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services website.

Information for providers:
National CDC Recommendations for Children's Immunizations.

 
 

Where To Go For Shots

John C. Murphy Health Center (Berkeley), phone 314-615-0500

John C. Murphy

6121 North Hanley Road
Berkeley, MO 63134

Regular Immunizations (Including Childhood):

Walk-ins Welcome; No Appointment Needed

Monday through Friday:

8:30-10:30 a.m. and 1:00-3:00 p.m.

(Please note the following exceptions: no walk-in immunizations are given during the morning of the first Friday of the month.)

Travel Immunizations (by appointment only)


North Central Health Center, phone 314-615-9700

NCCHC

4000 Jennings Station Road
Pine Lawn, MO 63121

Regular Immunizations (Including Childhood):

Monday through Friday:

8:30-10:30 a.m. and 1:00-3:00 p.m.

(Please note the following exceptions: no walk-in immunizations are given during the morning of the first Friday of the month.)

Travel Immunizations (by appointment only)

South County Health Center, phone 314-615-0400

South County Health Center

4580 South Lindbergh Boulevard
Saint Louis County, MO 63127

Regular Immunizations (Including Childhood):

Walk-ins Welcome; No Appointment Needed

Monday through Friday:

8:30-10:30 a.m. and 1:00-3:00 p.m.

(Please note the following exceptions: no walk-in immunizations are given during the morning of the first Friday of the month.)

Travel Immunizations (by appointment only)

Immunization Information Links

Vaccine Information websites below have information on vaccine-preventable diseases, as well as scientific data on vaccine safety and the importance of vaccines. When you click on these sites, you will be leaving the Saint Louis County Public Health Department website.

Immunization Action Coalition

Kids and Schools

www.scrubclub.org

Developed by NSF International, this “kid-friendly” website provides interactive opportunities for kids to learn about healthy habits such as hand washing. Furthermore, it provides fun activities for kids to try in order to learn more about influenza and how to prevent it.

www.healthinschools.org

The Center for Health and Health Care in Schools (CHHCS) is a program resource center dedicated to exploring ways to strengthen the well being of children and youth through effective health programs and health care services in schools. Administrators and staff can explore this site for school-related flu prevention programs and materials.

www.itsasnap.org

Compiled by the CDC, the School Network for Absenteeism Prevention (SNAP) is an initiative for middle schools across the nation to keep kids healthy and in school by promoting learning activities and materials for good hand-washing techniques.