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Back-To-School Immunization Walk-In Clinic

Posted: July 27, 2013 - 11:23pm


When: 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday-Aug. 2, and Aug. 5-9

Where: Columbia County Health Department, 1930 William Few Parkway, Grovetown

Phone: (706) 868-3330

Requirements for school

• DTAP series

• Hepatitis B series

• Polio series

• MMR (two doses)

• Varicella (two doses)

• Hepatitis A (if born on or after Jan. 1, 2006, two doses)

Also recommended for ages 11-12

• Meningococcal

• Hepatitis A series

• Tdap (Tetanus and Acellular pertussis)

• HPV series

Requirements for K4 and K5

• Hearing, vision and dental screening (Form 3300)

• Students transferring to Georgia from another state must meet vaccine requirements for attending facilities and schools in Georgia. Parents must bring the child’s immunization record to the health department to be evaluated by the nurse for vaccine requirements to receive Form 3121 for school entry.

• If you are new to our clinics, it is helpful to drop a copy of your child’s immunization records by prior to your visit so we may enter them in the State Immunization Registry system. This allows us to better serve you in a timely manner.

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Yeah, it is very essential

Yeah, it is very essential and helpful to conduct such immunization clinics at schools as this would prevent spreading viral diseases among the kids when a new academic year begins. And it is very good for the health of these little angels, if they have missed any of these vaccines.

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