Parental Consent: Non-custodial adults may accompany a child, however, written consent must be provided to the health district from the parent or guardian at the time of service. See the Parental Consent for Immunization of a Minor Policy for more details.
Visit the Clinic Locations webpage for a complete list of public health center and satellite immunization clinics. Certain vaccines may not be available at all public health centers. No appointments are needed; walk-in only. Call (702) 759-0850 for more information.
Vaccine costs vary based on the type of immunization required. In addition to the vaccine costs, the health district charges an administration fee of $20 per person for one vaccine and $8 for each additional vaccine.
Payment by Visa, MasterCard, cash, debit card, money order, cashier's check, Anthem Networks, Culinary Insurance, Cigna, Health Plan of Nevada/Sierra Health and Life, Retiree's Health Trust, Teacher's Health Trust, Nevada Check-up, Medicaid, and Medicare Part B & D, and Medicare Railroad is accepted. Not all vaccines are covered by insurance.
Note: The credit card holder's name must match the name on the acceptable photo identification presented. Visit the Accepted Methods of Payment webpage for details on payments and our ID policy.
The Shingles vaccine Zostavax is available in limited quantities at all public health center Immunization Clinics.
The State of Nevada recognizes two forms of vaccine exemptions: religious and medical exemptions. Personal belief exemptions are not accepted. Medical exemptions must be obtained by a licensed physician regarding the child’s inability to be vaccinated due to a medical condition. Religious exemptions are submitted by the parent to the school or child care center with a written statement indicating that their religious belief prohibits immunization of their child. If the child attends Clark County School District, the parent should contact their school for a religious exemption.
SNHD offers a Vaccine Education Class to inform parents of vaccine benefits and risks so that they can make informed decisions. Parents are given a presentation by registered nurses with an opportunity for discussion and questions. If you are interested in attending this class, please call 702-759-0850 to schedule.
The Public Access Portal of the Nevada WebIZ program allows parents and legal guardians to print official immunization records for their child(ren) (aged 0 through 17 years). It also allows adult individuals (aged 18 years and over) to print official immunization records for themselves. To download immunization records, visit the Nevada WebIZ Public Access Portal or call toll free at 1-877-NV-WebIZ (1-877-689-3249).
If you are unable to access records from the portal, you can submit a completed Authorization to Disclose Patient Health information form in English or Spanish. PDF 149KB
If you have lived in a state with an immunization information system, you may try to contact that system where you or your child received their last shots to see if they have your records. A link to available state systems is provided on the Centers for Disease and Prevention and Control’s (CDC) website. Please note: The CDC does NOT have vaccination record information!
The vaccination administration record is available in English or Spanish PDF and must be filled out prior to receiving any immunizations.
Vaccine Information Sheets
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) offers a number of vaccine information sheets providing details of the vaccines required to be administered. Download vaccine information sheets on the Vaccine Information Sheets webpage.
The health district supports strategies that are designed to strengthen and sustain public health and improve the health of communities through immunization programs. Download the Immunization Program Policy StatementPDF 44KB to learn more.