Immunization Program

Visit us for your vaccinations

Immunizations are available by appointment. Please call 785-229-3530 to schedule an appointment. 

We will bill public insurance and most private insurances for you. Please check with your insurance provider to see if you are covered prior to your visit. 

If you are traveling out of the country, check the CDC Travel Smart: Get Vaccinated website for information on any additional vaccinations you may need.

Save time by filling out the vaccine consent form before you come for your appointment. 

Flu Shot Clinics

2023 Community Drive Thru Flu Shot Clinics

  • Please wear short sleeves.
  • Bring your insurance card and photo ID.
  • Save time by filling out and bringing this form with you. 
  • High-dose flu vaccine will not be available for 65 and over.  The CDC has not expressed a preference for any flu vaccine indicated for people 65 years and older. It's most important for everyone to get the annual seasonal flu vaccine, whether it's a standard-dose or high-dose flu vaccine.
  • There will be no nasal flu vaccine at the drive-thru flu shot clinic.
  • There will be no egg free vaccines available at the drive-thru flu shot clinic. People with a severe egg allergy will need to contact their local healthcare provider for their flu vaccine.


October 4, 2023   |  4 to 6 PM
Forest Park, 400 N. Locust Street, Ottawa, KS


October 11, 2023   |  4 to 6 PM
West Franklin High School, 510 E. Franklin Street, Pomona, KS


October 18, 2023   |  4 to 6 PM
Princeton Community Building, 1449 US-59, Princeton, KS 


October 25, 2023   |  4 to 6 PM
Fire Station, 101 W. William Street, Williamsburg, KS


November 1, 2023   |  4 to 6 PM
Wellsville High School Parking Lot, 602 Walnut Street, Wellsville, KS

If You Choose Not to Vaccinate Your Child, Understand the Risks and Responsibilities.

If you choose to delay some vaccines or reject some vaccines entirely, there can be risks. Click here for information on the steps to follow to protect your child, your family, and others.

CDC Recommendations for HPV vaccine

Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine protects against cancers caused by HPV infection. HPV is a common virus that infects teens and adults. About 14 million people, including teens, become infected with HPV each year.

Read more about it here...

Immunization Schedules


Infants and Children (Birth through 6 years)

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Preteens and Teens (7 through 18 years)

Adult Immunizations

Adults (19 years and older)

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