- Vaccines for your children
- Hepatitis B vaccine (en Español)
- Hepatitis A vaccine (en Español)
- DTaP (diphtheria, difteria, tetanus, tetano and acellular pertussis vaccine, tosferina)
- Hib (Haemophilus influenzae type B vaccine) (en Español)
- Polio vaccine, IPV (inactivated polio vaccine) (en Español)
- MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine) (sarampion, paperas, rubéola)
- Varicella (chickenpox) vaccine (en Español)
- PCV (pneumococcal conjugate vaccine) (en Español)
- RV (rotavirus vaccine) (en Español)
Vaccines by Age Group
Parents, are your children up-to-date on their shots?
Online Personalized Immunization Scheduler for Children Birth through Six Years
What Do All Those Letters Mean? - Explanation of vaccine abbreviations and brand names
Child Care Warmline - The Warmline offers free telephone consultation to child care providers on numerous topics of concern. Consultants can also refer providers to appropriate services and resources within their communities.
BAM! Body and Mind: Teach kids about the serious diseases vaccines prevent
National Infant Immunization Week Coloring sheets
- Recommended Immunizations for Children 7-18 Years Old
- Vaccines for Teens 11 to 12 Years Old
- Vaccines for Teens 13 to 18 Years Old
- Vaccine (Shot) for Tetanus
- Vaccine for Flu (Influenza)
- Vaccine (Shot) for Meningococcal Disease
- Meningococcal group B (MenB) Vaccine
- The Meningococcal group B (MenB) vaccine is now available through the Vaccines For Children (VFC) Program for ages 16-18 years. This includes adolescents and young adults who do not have a condition or are not in a situation which increases their risk for Serogroup B meningococcal disease.
- Meningococcal B Recommendations for persons age ≥10 years at increased risk for Serogroup B Meningcoccal Disease.
Vaccines are vital across all age groups, including adults, to prevent vaccine preventable diseases. Section 317 of the Public Health Service Act is a federally funded program that provides vaccines to adults 19 years of age and older who are uninsured and underinsured. The administrative fee cap for adult vaccine is $19.58.
- Uninsured: a person that does not have health insurance
- Underinsured: a person who has health insurance but the coverage does not include vaccines or a person whose insurance covers only selected vaccines
College students should check with each college, university, or school for information on how to meet their vaccination requirements.
College or Post-Secondary Immunization Requirements - The document summarizes the vaccination requirements in higher educational settings in Oklahoma.
- Vaccines for Adults
- Recommended Adult Immunization Schedule for ages 19 years and older in PDF format (CDC)
- Learn and determine the recommended vaccines and their administration schedules.
- Vaccines for Adults with Health Conditions (CDC)
- In addition to regular vaccines, based on the health conditions, adults may be recommended additional vaccines.
Before you become pregnant, learn how to protect yourself and your child from serious diseases. Talk to your healthcare professional to make sure you’re up to date on all your vaccines.
- The Adult Vaccine Quiz (CDC)
- Vaccines are recommended for adults based on age, health condition, job and other factors. This tool is for adults 19 years and older and will help assess which vaccines you may need.
- Vaccine-Preventable Adult Diseases (CDC)
- These diseases can cause long-term illness, hospitalization and even death. Learn about these diseases that can be prevented by vaccines.
- Adult Vaccine Providers in Oklahoma
- The list of available adult immunization providers in Oklahoma
Oklahoma State Department of Health
123 Robert S. Kerr Ave., Suite 1702
Oklahoma City, OK 73102-6406
Oklahoma State Department of Health
123 Robert S. Kerr Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK
Phone: (405) 426-8580
Fax: (405) 900-7612