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Navajo County Public Health Services
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Immunization Program and Titers

We provide free immunization, to children who qualify, up to 18 years of age through the Federal Vaccines for Children Program. A reminder/recall is initiated for all children who have not completed their primary immunization series. The goal of the Immunization Program is to have all children up to date on their shots as appropriate to their age. Titers are also available in the Holbrook, Show Low, and Winslow offices and are done by appointment only. Fees for titers vary. Please call for more information

Questions about Immunization
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If you have any questions regarding immunizations or would like a copy of your child’s record, or in some cases your own record, please provide your full name and date of birth or your child’s full name and date of birth.

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Immunization Locations, Dates & Times

Holbrook Office
117 E. Buffalo Street
1st TUESDAY, 1:30-3:30 PM
3rd TUESDAY, 1:30-3:30 PM
(928) 524-4750
Taylor Fire Department
411 Paper Mill Rd, Taylor
2nd TUESDAY, 10:00-11:30 AM
4th TUESDAY, 10:00-11:30 AM
(928) 532-6050
Winslow Office
619 E. 3rd Street
1st WEDNESDAY, 1:00-3:00 PM
3rd WEDNESDAY, 1:00-3:00 PM
(928) 289-6830
Show Low Office
600 N. 9th Place
2nd TUESDAY, 1:30-3:30 PM
4th TUESDAY, 1:30-3:30 PM
(928) 532-6050

All immunization clinics are FREE!!!
(for children birth through 18 years of age)

Should All Children Be Immunized

Medical professionals recommend that all children receive immunizations for protection against polio, measles, mumps, rubella (German measles), pertussis (whooping cough), diphtheria, tetanus, Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) infections, varicella (chickenpox), pneumonia, Hepatitus A, and Hepatitis B.

What Can Happen When Children Are Not Immunized

Immunization is the only protection children have against these childhood diseases. These diseases have the potential for serious or fatal complications, including breathing problems, brain damage, meningitis and paralysis. Some parents do not get their children immunized because they are not aware that these diseases still pose a serious threat to the health of their children. As long as even a few cases of a disease occur, children and adults who are not properly immunized are at risk for catching the disease and spreading it to others.

Immunization Requirements and Schedules for the Current Year

Current School Year Immunization Requirements

Recommended Childhood Immunization Schedule for the current year

Make a Vaccination Schedule for your Child - Birth to 5 Years

Link to Centers for Disease Control (CDC) National Immunization Program Site - Look here for information on any disease outbreaks.

Immunization Records

Parent must accompany child. Please bring child immunization records to each visit. If you are unable to accompany your child, please call for further information.

Adult Immunizations

Going out of the Country? Look up Travel Immunizations Recommendations.

Public Health Nurses offer adult immunizations at all of our sites. Prices vary frequently, please call our Adult Vaccine Coordinator at our Show Low Office (928) 532-6050 for prices and further information. We do not offer all international travel vaccines.

Adult Vaccine Information
TdaP Adult Tetanus, Diptheria, Pertussis
Hep B (3 dose series)
Adult Hepatitis B
1st and 2nd dose given 1 month apart. 3rd dose given 4-6 months from 2nd dose.
Hep A (2 dose series)
Adult Hepatitis A
Doses are spaced 6 months apart
Twinrix (3 dose series)
Adult Hepatitis A and B
1st and 2nd dose given 1 month apart, 3rd dose given 6 months from 1st dose
Typhoid Typhoid Vaccine
MMR (2 dose series)
Measles, Mumps, Rubella
Doses are spaced 30 days apart
Proquad Measles, Mumps, Rubella and Varicella (MMR & Chickenpox)
Varicella Chickenpox
ZOSTAVAX Reduces the risk of Shingles (used for adults 60+)
Polio Poliovirus Inactivated
Influenza Flu vaccine offered in season
Pneumovax Pneumonia
PPD TB Skin Test
Valid for one year
HPV [Quadrivalent Human Papillomavirus (Types 6, 11, 16, 18) Recombinant Vaccine]
 Human Papillomavirus for females up to age 26. 3 dose series. Second and third doses administered 2 and 6 months after 1st dose.

Adult Vaccines must be pre-ordered through the Adult Immunization Coordinator. Prices are subject to change frequently please ask for current prices. Multiple vaccines may be eligible for special pricing. If you require further information, please call (928) 532-6050.

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