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Department of Health Jackson County

FLU AND PNEUMONIA shots at Department of Health Jackson County

Please call (850) 526-2412 for an appointment.  Cash, check, Visa, Master-card or Medicare Part B will be accepted.  Please bring your Medicare Card with you.
  Top 3 reasons to get seasonal flu vaccine:
       ●   Prevent seasonal influenza-related death
       ●   Prevent severe illness
       ●   Protect other people
In the U.S. influenza results in approximately 200,000 hospitalizations each year.  Annually over 36,000 people in the U.S. die from the flu and most are age 65 or older.  More people die from flu than from any other
vaccine-preventable disease.  The Florida Department of Health, Bureau of Immunization, has materials
available promoting the importance of flu vaccination at Florida Health Immunization Section Home.

Please protect yourself and your family and get your seasonal flu shot.  

The Department of Health Jackson County is proud to participate in the Vaccines for Children Program (VFC).  VFC helps families by providing free vaccines to doctors or clinics who serve eligible children and is administered at the national level by the CDC through the National Immunization Program.

Childhood vaccinations are available for no charge at the Jackson County Health Department.

The Department of Health Jackson County provides vaccinations for the following vaccine-preventable diseases for Children
          ●  Diphtheria
          ●  Tetanus (Lockjaw)
          ●  Pertussis (Whooping Cough)
          ●  Hepatitis B
          ●  HIB - Haemophilus Influenza Type B
          ●  HPV - Human Papillomavirus Vaccine
          ●  Polio
          ●  Pneumococcal Conjugate
          ●  Measles
          ●  Mumps
          ●  Rubella (German Measles)
          ●  Varicella (Chickenpox)
          ●  Hepatitis A
          ●  Influenza (as needed)
          ●  Pneumonia (as needed)
          ●  Meningococcal 
          ●  Rotavirus

Adult vaccines are provided on a limited basis at a nominal fee. Vaccines offer include:
          ●  Tetanus/Diphtheria
          ●  Measles/Mumps/Rubella
          ●  Hepatitis B
          ●  Hepatitis A 
          ●  Influenza (based on availability)
          ●  Pneumonia
          ●  Meningococcal Vaccine 
          ●  Monkey Pox


For further information on vaccines and who should take a particular vaccine see the Vaccine Information Sheets at
Vaccines: Pubs/VIS/main page

From the CDC

Easy-to-read Schedules for All Ages

Easy-to-read formats to print, tools to download, and ways to prepare for your office visit.

    Infants and Children (birth through 6 years old).  Find easy-to-read formats to print, create an instant schedule for your child, determine missed or skipped vaccines, and prepare for your office visit...
    Preteens and Teens (7 through 18 years old).  Print this friendly schedule, take a quick quiz, fill out the screening form before your child's doctor visit, or download a tool to determine vaccines needed...
    Adults (19 years and older).  Print the easy-to-read adult schedule, take the quiz, or download a tool to determine vaccines needed...

As part of The Early Childhood Immunization Initiative, the Bureau of Immunization has launched a new web site,  The site contains comprehensive information for medical providers, parents, and the community regarding early childhood immunization.