County of San Diego Public Health Center Immunization Clinics
Immunization services are available at Public Health Clinic sites. Days and times are subject to change, so please call the site for current information.
The cost is $10 for the clinic visit at San Diego County Public Health Centers and their satellite locations, regardless of how many shots are given. Those who cannot afford the fee can sign a fee waiver. Be sure to take your immunization record to every visit!
Public Health Center
Immunization Clinic Locations
Also, please note the Eligibility For Immunizations at County Public Health Centers information below!
The public health clinics offer routine childhood vaccines to protect against diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (DTaP), haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib), pneumococcal diseases, polio, measles, mumps, rubella (MMR), varicella (chickenpox), hepatitis A and hepatitis B. Routine adult vaccines are also available to protect against tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis (Tdap), and MMR.
Eligibility For Immunizations at County Public Health Centers:
The following individuals are eligible to receive immunizations at County Public Health Centers:
- Children and adults who do not have health insurance.
- Children and adults whose health insurance does not include vaccines.
- Persons 0-18 years who are Alaskan Native or American Indian.
- Persons 0-18 years who have Medi-Cal or are Medi-Cal eligible. (Children with Healthy Families are not eligible and should go to their provider for vaccines.)
- Persons 6 months and older in need of influenza (flu) vaccine regardless of health coverage.
Individuals are not eligible for vaccines if their insurance includes vaccinations, even if there are co-pays or deductibles.
If you have any questions regarding your eligibility for vaccines at County Public Health Centers, please call your local Center.
Immunizations Also Available at Community Clinics
The Community Clinics are private, non-profit healthcare providers who are not affiliated with County PHCs. They supply low-cost health care (including immunizations) to persons in need. To find a community clinic or clinics near you, please contact one or both of the following organizations:
Council of Community Clinics
Family Health Centers of San Diego
Clinic hours may be subject to change, so be sure to verify them before going. Remember to bring your child's shot record with you!