Immunization Clinic2022-01-13T23:34:57+00:00

Don’t Wait. Vaccinate.

There is NO WAITING period between getting your flu vaccine and your COVID-19 vaccine. Find more information on co-administering flu and COVID-19 vaccines on the CDC’s website. 

Health Department Flu Shots

The Gallatin City-County Health Department will be offering walk-in flu clinics for anyone 6 months or older to get their flu vaccine. These clinics will be at the Gallatin City-County Health Department.

Monday, January 24 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (closed 12 to 1)

Monday, January 31 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (closed 12 to 1 )

Individuals with health insurance, please make sure to bring your insurance cards. For most health insurances, Medicare and Medicaid included, the flu shot will be covered as a preventative service at no charge to you. The regular price of the vaccine is $42 per person. We also offer a high dose for individuals 65 and older. Medicare will cover this vaccine, please make sure to bring your card. For those with no health insurance the cost is $21 per person and payable at time of service.

This year’s vaccine provides protection against 4 flu viruses that are thought to be the most likely to circulate in the United States this year.

Please have any and all forms completed prior to arrival to ensure a quick visit:

There is NO WAITING period between getting your flu vaccine and your COVID-19 vaccine. Find more information on co-administering flu and COVID-19 vaccines on the CDC’s website. 

Looking for a COVID-19 vaccine?

It’s not too late to help protect yourself and others! Visit our COVID-19 Vaccines page for where, when, and how you can get yours.

Childhood, Daycare, and School Vaccinations

There are strict regulations in place that require infants and children to have up-to-date vaccinations before they can enroll in childcare facilities and schools (public & private).

We have an income-based sliding fee scale, and we can bill insurance for those who have it. View our pricing sheet, to schedule an appointment or find out more information on pricing, please call 406-582-3100.

We plan and schedule Back-to-School Vaccination Clinics each summer. Visit our webpage for further details and date announcements. 

Traveling outside of the United States?

Meet with one of our travel nurses for a specialized overseas travel consultation before you go. Depending on your itinerary, you may need vaccinations to help protect you from some food, waterborne, and insect-borne diseases that are common in certain countries.

Visit our International Travel Immunizations page for more details.

We have an income-based sliding fee scale for some vaccines, and we can bill insurance for those who have it. View our pricing sheet, to schedule an appointment or find out more information on pricing, please call 406-582-3100.

Immunization Records Request:

For an Immunization Records Request, click on the link below and fill out the form completely. Please allow up to 48 hours to respond to the request during normal business hours.  Incomplete forms sent in without signature or proper id will not be processed.

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** Please note: **We are currently accepting appointments for routine and travel vaccinations for adults and children.  Please call us at 406-582-3100 to inquire about an appointment.

We now have Shingrix vaccine available in steady supply. Please call 406.582.3100 to make an appointment.

You can now pay for your immunizations online:
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The reduction in vaccine preventable diseases is one of the 10 most important public health achievements in the last 100 years.

Immunizations play a vital role in protecting our communities against deadly diseases. It’s important to understand, without continued immunity, many of these life-threatening diseases could likely re-appear, potentially turning into an epidemic.

Not only are immunizations important for the health of yourself, your family and your community, it’s essential to protect those with weaker immune systems such as babies, older adults, and those with serious illnesses who can’t be vaccinated. These populations are more vulnerable to diseases that can cause further complications and even death.

Healthy Gallatin offers the majority of vaccinations by appointment. School vaccination clinics occur at specific times throughout the year.

We welcome anyone in the community in need of immunizations for themselves and/or their children. Our sliding fee scale is based on income, and we bill insurance for those who have it.

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Please contact us at:
406.582.3100 or HS@gallatin.mt.gov

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