Preble County General Health District

615 Hillcrest Drive
Eaton, OH 45320
937.472.0087
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Immunization Clinic

Clinic is held every Monday from 9:00 a.m. -  11:00 a.m., and 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. (except holidays).  Please call to schedule an appointment.  A minimal administration fee of $12.00 is charged for state supplied vaccines.   Medicaid Managed Care Plans are accepted for childhood vaccines.  No child denied for inability to pay for state supplied vaccines. Cash or check accepted for adult vaccines.

Screening Questionnaire for Adult Immunization

Screening Questionnaire for Child and Teen Immunization


TUBERCULOSIS SKIN TESTING

Skin testing for Tuberculosis is available every Monday during regularly scheduled Immunization Clinics from 9:00a.m. - 11:00a.m. and 3:00p.m. - 5:00p.m. (except holidays).  No appointment needed for TB testing.  The cost is $10.00.  Free skin testing is offered to contacts of a person with a confirmed case of Tuberculosis.

TB Skin Testing Screening Questionnaire

TRAVELERS VACCINATIONS

Some vaccinations required for foreign travel are available through our Immunization Clinic.  Nurses can assist with determining what immunizations are needed or you can view them yourself by visiting the CDC website.

 
FLU SHOTS

Flu vaccine is available during flu season.  Call the Health District or check local newspapers or our website for pricing, availability, and locations in the Fall.  Medicare Part B is accepted.

 
TETANUS AND Tdap

Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis) vaccine is available during regularly scheduled clinic hours and by appointment for persons needing the vaccine due to injury.  The need for a booster is dependent upon the extent of the wound and the person's immunization history.  Health District nurses can recommend whether a person should get Tdap or Td as the booster dose.  In general, a booster dose should be given every ten years with one dose given as Tdap. 

 

When Do Children and Teens Need Vaccinations?

Are you 11 - 19 years old?  Then you need to be vaccinated against these serious diseases.  

Vaccinations for Adults.  You are never too old to get immunized.

Healthcare Personnel Vaccination Recommendations.

Vaccination Administration Record for Children and Teens

Vaccination Administration Record for Adults

 

Available Vaccines and Costs

Adults

 Child/Adolescent


Updated: 08-27-2014