There will be a variety of adult vaccines available, including Hepatitis A & B, measles-mumps-rubella, meningococcal ACYW, pneumonia, tetanus-diphtheria-pertussis, varicella, shingles and meningococcal B vaccines.

The Siskiyou County Health and Human Services Agency will be putting on an immunization clinic in Mount Shasta on April 4, from 9 to 11 a.m.

There will be a variety of adult vaccines available, including Hepatitis A & B, measles-mumps-rubella, meningococcal ACYW, pneumonia, tetanus-diphtheria-pertussis, varicella, shingles and meningococcal B vaccines. There will also be a selection of travel vaccines available, but does not include anti-malarial vaccines. Please consult a physician before requesting specific immunizations. The clinic will be located at 1107 Ream Avenue, Mount Shasta.

This immunization clinic is by appointment only, and travel vaccinations are available same day. Call (530) 841-2145 or 1(800) 442-2333 to schedule an appointment. Please bring all prior vaccination records to the appointment, as well as insurance information.

For child and adolescent vaccines, it is recommended that the child visit their primary healthcare provider for immunizations. There is a $9 charge per immunization for state supplied children’s vaccines, and will be free for children who are CHDP or Medi-Cal eligible. Children with private health insurance are no longer eligible to receive immunizations at Public Health.

There is no charge for state supplied adult vaccine. Persons receiving state supplied vaccine will not be denied those vaccines for inability to pay. Exact change, or checks with valid ID would be appreciated. We are unable to accept debit/credit cards or directly bill insurance.

Adults who are Managed Medi-Cal/Partnership Health Care Plan recipients are fully insured and should obtain immunizations from their primary medical provider. A receipt for those with insurance will be issued, then beneficiaries may use this to submit for reimbursement from their private insurance. This is provided as a courtesy, and no guarantee of reimbursement is implied.