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Vaccines are administered at the Jackson County Health Department during Nursing Clinic Hours - Monday-Thursday from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. During high vaccination times, we will schedule evening clinics as deemed necessary (i.e. influenza season and back to school shots). While we encourage residents to schedule an appointment for prompt service, the clinic is open to walk-ins. Children must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. It is recommended, but not required, that parents bring their child's immunization record so that the proper vaccinations can be administered. The Jackson County Health Department utilizes the Ohio Statewide Immunization Information System to access and store immunization records.

Disease prevention is a priority of public health. Our Nursing Division works to create a healthy community through the control of vaccine preventable diseases. Vaccines provide an important protection against vaccine preventable infectious diseases that were once common, and now very rare in the United States. 


The Jackson County Health Department bills most insurances for vaccinations. Vaccines For Children (VFC) is a program through the Ohio Department of Health that provides vaccines to children without insurance. No person shall be denied the vaccines that are provided by the Ohio Department of Health for failure to pay an administration fee.

You can get your yearly TB skin test at the Jackson County Health Department! These tests are administered during Nursing Clinic Hours on Mondays and Wednesdays. Patients must return to the health department after 48 hours (on Wednesday or Friday) during Nursing Clinic Hours to have the test read by a Nurse. The health department bills accepted insurance providers when possible, and does not require any kind of copayment.


For more information on recommended vaccinations, or to schedule an appointment, please contact us at 740-286-5094.


Vaccine Clinic Hours 

Monday - Thursday

8:00 am - 4:00 pm

To report an infectious disease, please contact:

Pat Woolum, Infectious Disease Nurse

740-286-5094 ext 2833

For more information on nursing services and immunizations, please contact:

Kara Duhl, Director of Nursing

740-286-5094 ext 2826

Mary Catherine Shook, PH Nurse

740-286-5094 ext 2825

Be sure to check us out on Facebook for information on weekend and evening clinics.

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