Our Immunization program helps minimize the occurrence of vaccine preventable diseases and increases rates of completed immunizations in pre-school age children by making clinics accessible and affordable to parents and/or caregivers. Sullivan County Public Health Services is now providing one immunization clinic which is held on the second Wednesday of every month from 5pm to 7pm. Currently, immunizations will only be available during the monthly clinic hours. If this changes, we will provide updated information. Please call us at (845) 292-5910, ext. 0 for more information.
For those who are uninsured and or under- insured we provide a sliding scale. Please bring in proof of insurance and immunization records for your child. Children under age 19 and college students are also welcome.
List of Additional Flu Clinic dates and locations for the 2017 Season
Childhood Diseases are Preventable
Visit the Immunization FAQ for answers to the most frequently asked questions.In addition, check the Fact Sheet on Vaccine-Preventable Childhood Diseases for a better idea as to what it is you are protecting your child against.
- The major childhood diseases are dangerous and can br crippling or even deadly. But they can be prevented with a complete series of immunizations.
- Start at birth and continue to follow the schedule provide in the table below.
- Bring your child's official immunization card to every visit with a health care provider or WIC center.
- If you have children 5 years of age or younger, ask your doctor if they should be screened for lead poisoning.
New York State
RECOMMENDED IMMUNIZATION SCHEDULE
for children and adolescents
For additional information and fact sheets on immunizations, please visit the following sites:
New York State Department of Health
Vaccine Safety and the Importance of Immunizations
Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Immunization website
New York State Department of Health Seasonal Influenza website
Immunization Action Coalition: vaccine education and resources for professionals