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    A Message About the Importance of Immunizing Children

     

    NYSDOH regulations now follow the Advisory Committee for Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommended immunization guidelines for those immunizations required by Public Health Law 2164. ACIP is composed of medical and public health experts who develop recommendations on how to use vaccines to control diseases in the US, and they are responsible for making vaccine recommendations to the Center forDisease Control and Prevention (CDC)

     
    Click 2019-20 Immunization Requirements to see the NEW requirements and review them with your child's physician.
     
       
     
    Monroe County Department of Health Immunization Clinics Scheduled
     
    Now is the time to make sure your child has all of their required shots for school entry.  Failure to do so could both expose them to illness and result in their being kept out of school (which can then result in missed work time for parents). The child's doctor is the best place to get vaccinated.  If they can't get you in or if they don't have the vaccinations you need, plan to attend one of our clinics.
     
    Monroe County Department of Public Health Immunization Clinics are held at:
              111 Westfall Road, First Floor
              Rochester, NY, 14620
              Phone:  (585) 753-5150 (for UPDATED Recorded Information & Hours)
              Fax: (585) 753-5160
     
    Regular Immunization Clinic Hours: 
             Wednesdays: 12 noon - 6 pm (Walk-ins only, no appointment needed.)
              Tuesdays & Thursdays: by appointment only
              Refer to website for additional hours and information:  Monroe County Immunization Page
     
    Back to School Special Clinic Hours are available in September only. 
              For September schedule, call (585) 753-5150 or check the website above.