Growing Up with Vaccines: What Should Parents Know?

Visit the cdc page for more information and a nice printable you can discuss with your provider

The following immunizations are offered by the Northeast Health District for children and adults:

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Flu shots – worried about the flu shot?  Check out this article on flu shot fact vs. fiction.

Required school immunizations


Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR)

Tetanus, Whooping cough (Tdap)

Hepatitis A & B

HPV – check out these short videos:
You Are the Key to HPV Cancer Prevention

Debunking HPV Myths
Why You Should Worry About HPV


Chicken Pox

Not all services are available at all District  Health Department locations. Please call the clinic you plan to visit to be sure the service you need is available.

Recommended Immunizations – children, teens and adults

REMINDER – New School Requirements

  • All Georgia students born on or after January 1, 2002, entering or transferring into seventh grade and any new entrant into eighth through 12th grades must provide proof of an adolescent pertussis (whooping cough) booster vaccination (“Tdap”) and an adolescent meningococcal vaccination (MCV4).
  • Proof of both vaccinations must be documented on the Georgia Immunization Certificate (Form 3231).
  • If your preteen has not received the whooping cough booster shot or meningococcal vaccine, contact your doctor or county health department.
  • If your preteen does not have health insurance, or their health insurance does not cover costs for vaccines, ask your doctor or county health department nurse about the Vaccines for Children Program (VFC). To learn more, visit the CDC VFC Program page.

Last Updated on May 21, 2021

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