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Immunization

Immunizations

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    Mailing Address

    6101 Lake Ellenor Drive 

    Orlando, FL 32809 

     

We will be closed: December 14, 2017 for an offsite Immunization Symposium

Clinic Hours

The Florida Department of Health in Orange County Immunization Program is located at 832 West Central Blvd., Orlando, FL 32805 on the second floor. 

Our clinic hours are Monday through Friday beginning at 7:30 am. The number of clients served is determined by daily staffing levels. Once the number of clients to be served is reached or 2:00 pm, whichever comes first, there will be no more walk-ins admitted to the clinic for service. The Immunization program is closed on the second Friday of each month with the exception of July, August and September.

Due to the high demand, immunization services are provided on a first-come, first-served walk in basis only. We encourage you to arrive early for services.

Parents, please bring an original, non-expired valid government issued photo ID such as a driver’s license, passport, military ID or state ID that is not broken, taped or clipped, and your child’s vaccination record. 

Items needed for an immunization visit (PDF 218KB)  Please fill out the appropriate registration form (link provided below) and bring it along with the other needed items.

Services

  • Educational materials on immunizations.
  • Free immunizations to any child from birth (2 months) through 18 years of age if VFC eligible (Vaccines for Children Program).
  • Ongoing tracking of infant immunizations to assess completion of the primary immunization series.
  • Participation in selected community health fairs dependent upon availability.  Educational materials only.
  • Proof of Immunization record, such as the DH 680 form that is needed for school entry and day care.

Resources

General

Childhood and Adult Immunizations

Flu