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Although the start of school may not be on your radar, getting on a vaccination schedule should be. Some vaccines require more than one dose, so it’s important to plan ahead. Below is a list of necessary vaccinations required to attend school or participate in pre-school or a licensed childcare establishment.

There are 14 serious or life-threatening preventable diseases that can affect newborns to children age 6. Immunizations are not only important for the long term health of your children, they also protect the health of the elderly, friends and classmates who may have compromised immune systems and can’t be vaccinated.

Other shots that are not required for school, but which are as important are HPV and Meningitis.

The Gallatin City-County Health Department will be offering the following immunization clinics:

Belgrade, Walk-In Clinic, Belgrade Special Events Center

  • Wednesday, August 21; 9am – 12pm

Bozeman, Walk-In Clinics, 215 W Mendenhall, Bozeman

  • Thursday, August 22; 8am – 11:30am and 1pm – 4:30pm
  • Friday, August 23; 8am – 11:30am only
  • Monday, August 26; 8am – 11:30am and 1pm – 4:30pm
  • Tuesday, August 27; 8am – 11:30am and 1pm – 4:30pm

Three Forks, by appointment, at the Three Rivers Medical Clinic. Call 406.582.3100 to set an appointment.

  • Wednesday, August 7; 1pm – 4pm
  • Tuesday, August 13; 1pm – 4pm (sorry, this clinic is now full)

Shots will be given regardless of insurance.

Below is a complete list of required vaccinations.

Vaccine Requirements Feb 2018

NOTE: You must bring your child’s immunization record with you to these events, as well as your insurance information.

For less wait time, you can click the link below to fill out our vaccine consent form and bring it with you.

Fillable Vaccine Consent Form