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IMMUNIZATIONS  
 

Some people call them immunizations, others call them vaccinations or shots. Whatever you call them, immunizations are one of the best weapons we have against a number of serious diseases. Educate yourself here, then "Don’t Hesitate…Vaccinate!"

The Thurston County Public Health and Social Services Immunization Program works with community partners to assure that there are enough places for everyone to access immunizations. It is always best to get immunizations from your primary care provider. If you do not have health insurance, CHOICE Regional Health Network can assist you in accessing affordable healthcare. CHOICE Regional Health Network is a non-profit consortium dedicated to improving the health of people who live in the natural service area of central, southwest Washington.

For more information, call CHOICE Regional Health Network at 1-800-981-2123 (Español 1-888-493-8397) or visit CHOICE Regional Health Network.

Clinic Information

PEDIATRIC & ADULT Immunization ClinicS

Thurston County Public Health and Social Services Immunization Program no longer offers pediatric and adult immunization services.

Travel immunization Clinic

Patients should schedule an appointment at least 4 weeks in advance of travel.

To schedule a travel immunization appointment, please call (360) 867-2605 or visit the Travel Clinic.

Forms & Publications

Immunization forms and publications. ...more.

Immunization Basics

Find out about vaccine and immunizations for adults, parents, pregnant women, people with specific diseases/conditions, health care workers, schools and childcare, etc. ...more.

 
 
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  • For General Immunizations Questions
  •  (ie: schedules, storage and handling, etc)
  • Leyna Yarosz
  • 360-867-2521
  • Email
  • For VFC Provider Questions
  • (ie: reporting, ordering, etc.)
  • Lisa Furtwangler
  • 360-867-2548
  • Email
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  •  Immunization Coordinator
  • Marianne Remy
  • RN, MPH
This page last updated: 05/14/12