Vaccines are responsible for the control of many infectious diseases that once were common – polio, measles, diphtheria, whooping cough, German measles, mumps, tetanus and Haemophilus influenza B.
While these diseases are near a record low in the United States, the viruses and bacteria that cause them still exist. Even diseases that are nearly nonexistent in this country are only a plane ride away.
Once contracted, these diseases can be passed on to people who are not protected. To help prevent disease, your county health department offers immunization services for infants, children, adolescents and adults.
For more information please see the Oklahoma State Department of Health Immunization Division.
For information on immunizations needed for international travel, click here. Contact you local health department for availability of travel vaccines.
Services and Fees
The Pawnee County Health Department is able to provide many immunizations for both children and adults. Please bring your/your child's immunization record with you to receive immunization services.
Most routinely recommended childhood, adolescent, and adult vaccines are available to those who meet eligibility criteria. For the most accurate information on fees and availability based on your eligibility, contact your local health department.
For more detailed information, please follow these links:
Immunization services are provided during walk-in clinic hours on Monday, Wednesday, & Friday at the Cleveland clinic, or Tuesday & Thursday at the Pawnee clinic. We do encourage you to call and verify availability and eligibility of your needed immunization prior to coming in.
For more information, please call:
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday: Cleveland Clinic (918) 358-2546
Tuesday and Thursday: Pawnee Clinic (918) 762-3643