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Immunization Program and Clinics

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Contact Information

Cayuga County Health Department

8 Dill Street
Auburn, NY 13021

Main Phone:  315-253-1560
Environmental Health:  315-253-1405
WIC: 315-253-1406
Fax: 315-253-1156

Email us with questions: cchealth@cayugacounty.us

Immunizations

The Cayuga County Health Department holds Immunization clinics at their office on 8 Dill St. in Auburn every Tuesday morning and afternoon. We offer a variety of immunizations for both children and adults.

Not sure what immunizations you need, give us a call at 315-253-1560 and we will assist you. Want to see what immunizations are recommended, visit:

If you would like more information or would like to make an appointment for one of our upcoming clinics please call the Health Department at 315-253-1560.

Immunizations for Babies and Young Children (birth to 6 years of age)

Babies and young children need immunizations to protect them from serious diseases and illnesses. Your healthcare provider will work you on a schedule for your child's immunizations. It is important that parents and caregivers keep their children up-to-date with immunizations. Click here for more information on immunizations for babies and young children.

 


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Immunizations for School-Aged Children

Children are required to receive immunizations in order to attend school. Some immunizations are mandated and some are recommended. Your child's school nurse and healthcare provider will work with you to make sure that your child is up-to-date with their immunization. Click here for more information on immunizations for school-aged children.

Immunizations for Adults

Adults need to stay up-to-date with their immunizations. By being up-to-date, you not only protect your health, but the health of your loved ones and your community. It is especially important for adults to be up-to-date if they are providing care to a young child, a person with a compromised immune system and elderly adults. Click here for more information on immunizations that are recommended for adults.



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