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  • Why wait in line for school immunizations? Families can get them now and be ahead of the game

    May 13, 2016 | Read More News
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    Many children will need immunizations before starting the 2016-2017 school year. As you plan the summer activities, why not avoid the long lines when the kids are going back to school and include a stop to your medical provider or one of the public health clinics?

    Boy Throwing FrisbeeThis is one of the ‘to-do’ items you can get checked off your list of back-to-school tasks. Be sure to bring your child’s immunization records and insurance card to help speed up the process.

    The Pima County Health Department clinics provide immunizations Monday through Friday. With an appointment, you won’t have to wait, but walk-ins also are welcome and there is no charge for children!

    “Serious, preventable illnesses are greatly reduced or avoided altogether when parents take action to vaccinate their children,” said Dr. Francisco García, Pima County’s public health director and chief medical officer. “In fact, vaccines are the single most effective way to prevent the spread of disease.”

    Clinic locations:

        6920 E. Broadway Boulevard, (520) 724-9660


        3550 N. First Ave. Tucson, AZ 85719 (520) 724-2880


        1493 Commerce Court, (520) 724-7900


        601 N. La Canada Drive, Green Valley, (520) 648-1626

    You can also find our clinic locations online at pima.gov/health. Connect with us through social media on Facebook at facebook.com/PimaCountyHealthDepartment or on Twitter at twitter.com/PCHD. The Pima County Health Department is dedicated to ensuring the health, safety, and well-being of our community through leadership, collaboration, and education. 

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