While several vaccine-preventable diseases are at or near record lows, we must continue to vaccinate ourselves and our children for protection against the many harmful health effects these diseases present. Research continues daily to ensure vaccine safety.
The SCDPH offers several immunization clinics throughout Saginaw County. Registered nurses provide TB testing and immunization services required for childcare, school, and college entry, as well as adult needs. Protection is provided against the diseases listed below.
|Diptheria||Haemophilus Influenza Type b (Hib)||Hepatitis A & B||Human Papillomavirus||Measles||Meningitis||Mumps||Pertussis|
|Pneumococcal disease||Polio||Rotavirus||Rubella||Seasonal Influenza||Tetanus||Varicella (chicken pox)||Zoster (shingles)|
Currently, we bill HealthPlus, Blue Care Network, Medicaid, Priority Health, and some Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan insurance plans for the cost of covered vaccines. You must present a picture ID and your insurance card at the time of service.
- Children younger than 19 years of age who have no insurance coverage or limited insurance coverage (that which does not cover shots) may qualify to receive vaccines for $20.00 per injection.
- Adults 19 years and older who have no insurance coverage or limited insurance coverage (that which does not cover shots) may qualify to receive limited vaccines for $20.00 per injection.
All others need to pay for the service based on the current SCDPH immunization fee schedule or return to their primary care physician.
Children younger than 19 years of age are eligible to receive Vaccines for Children (VFC) if they meet one of the following federal requirements:
An immunization record is provided at the time of service. Replacement records will be provided for $1.00 per copy.
Clinic Location & Hours:
To see our Immunization Clinic Locations and Hours, click here.
For more information, call 989-758-3840.
American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP)
American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
National Institutes of Health (NIH)