Back to School VaccinationsokmfiPRqTV2021-12-13T23:01:03+00:00
2021 Back to School Vaccination Clinics
We will be holding a series of back to school vaccination clinics for kids entering kindergarten through high school. These clinics will have an option for the COVID-19 vaccine for those 12 years old or older including parents and guardians.
2022 Back-to-School Vaccination Clinics will be scheduled and announced this summer!
If you are unable to make these walk-in days, you can make an appointment after August 24 by calling 406-582-3100. Please note, appointments can fill up fast for back to school, so we encourage you to come during our walk-in times in order to meet school vaccine requirements before the first day of school.
Vaccination Clinics will be held at the Gallatin City-County Health Department.
215 W. Mendenhall Street, Bozeman
Northeast corner of 3rd and Mendenhall.
What to bring:
We are asking everyone to wear a mask while in our office. If you do not bring one, one can be provided for you.
Please bring a completed consent form (en espanol) per person for immunizations. Consent forms can be provided, but having them completed will make the appointment go quicker.
Bring your child’s vaccine records and insurance information. Children with no insurance, or whose insurance does not pay for vaccines, qualify for vaccinations under the Vaccines for Children Program, where you don’t pay for the cost of the vaccine however we do charge a $21.00 administration fee per shot, and we also have a sliding fee scale.
If you or your child plan to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, please fill out this separate form. At this time, there is no cost to get this vaccine.
Please plan to wait in our office for 15 minutes after you receive a vaccine.
Who Needs Vaccines?
All students must have evidence of immunity to chickenpox through one of the following:
2 doses of varicella vaccine
Laboratory evidence of immunity or laboratory confirmation of disease
Diagnosis or verification of history of chickenpox or shingles disease by a healthcare provider (MD, DO, NP, or PA)