Leon County Health Dept. to Hold Immunization Clinics for Children

By: Press Release
By: Press Release

Tallahassee, FL -- May 7, 2012 --


Students who will be entering kindergarten or 7th grade next school year must have certain immunization documentation on file at school before the start of the new school year.  It is not too early for children to receive immunizations needed for the 2012 – 2013 school year!


The Leon County Health Department provides free childhood immunizations, including back-to-school immunizations, Monday through Friday on an appointment basis.  In addition, during the month of May, the Health Department will provide two special extended hours immunization clinics targeting students, high school age and younger, needing immunizations for school attendance.  Immunizations will be provided on an appointment basis during the two free clinics listed below:



Wednesday, May 9th          2:00 – 7:00 p.m.      Roberts & Stevens Clinic

                                                                             1515 Old Bainbridge Road


Wednesday, May 16th    2:00 – 7:00 p.m.      Roberts & Stevens Clinic

                                                                             1515 Old Bainbridge Road


To schedule an immunization appointment, or for additional information, please call the Leon County Health Department Immunization Program Office at

(850) 606-8020.


All children receiving immunizations through the Health Department must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.  Parents should bring a copy of their child’s complete immunization record.

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  • by ADD TO THE BUDGET on May 8, 2012 at 07:50 AM
    Totally agree with "fed up" considering that employees (myself) from the fl health dept get paid next to nothing for work that deserves at least a three-four dollar raise and that's still cutting it short! Responsible and reliable for so much documentation let a lone aiding children. Not saying we need to charge a lot but a little extra funding would not hurt!
  • by Fed up Location: Tlh on May 7, 2012 at 02:54 PM
    Charge them for the shots. The taxpayers are fed up with the obummer nanny state. Let them work two or three jobs, instead of laying up smoking, druggin, drinking, sexing and rolling out another one every 9 months or less, for the taxpayers to take care of on the welfare city, county and state. Enough already. All of this free stuff should be stopped. Look at the new suvs they ride up in, fine clothes, jewelry every place they can a piece, and then want free shots. Generation after generation of lifetime failures.
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