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Immunization Clinic Scheduled Closures

Eligibility: Eligibility for service will be determined at the check-in window on the second floor

Clinic Hours:

Flu shots for children and adults are offered at the Florida Department of Health in Orange County’s Health Center located at 832 West Central Boulevard, Monday through Friday from 7:30am- 2:00pm on a first-come, first-served walk in basis, with the exception of the 2nd Friday of each month. We are open the on the 2nd Friday in July, August and September.

Due to the high demand for immunization services, no appointments are given. Immunization services are provided on a walk-in basis only. The number of tickets issued is determined by daily staffing levels. If the maximum daily number of tickets are issued prior to 2:00pm no further tickets will be issued. Tickets will continue to be issued until 2:00pm if the maximum number of tickets has not been issued. Clients are encouraged to arrive early to obtain a walk-in ticket.

September 2014, Vaccine Price List

* Shingles Vaccines is also available

Items needed for an immunization visit

  • Most recent immunization records
  • If vaccinations are needed, please bring the child in to receive immunizations, (many parents/guardians do not bring the child because they believe they do not need vaccinations)
  • Clients 17 years of age and younger must be accompanied by one of the following adults:
    • Parent, Grandparent, Step-parent, Uncle, Aunt, Sister or Brother
    • Legal guardians must present the most recent court ordered paperwork.
    • Non-related adults accompanying clients 17 years of age and younger must present an original notarized letter signed by the parent or legal guardian.
  • All clients presenting to the immunization clinic for the first time must present one of the following items:
    • Original Birth Certificate
    • Original Social Security Card
    • Original, non-expired driver’s license
    • Original, non-expired state ID
    • Original, non-expired passport
    • Original, non-expired military ID
  • Valid, government-issued photo identification must be presented at each visit by:
    • Clients who are 18 years of age and older
    • Adults accompanying clients who are 17 years of age and younger
  • The following forms of identification are accepted by the Immunization Program:   
    • Original, non-expired driver’s license
    • Original, non-expired state ID
    • Original, non-expired passport
    • Original, non-expired military ID

January 8, 2013

All current Orange County students age 5 years and older should be fully immunized for the 2013-2014 school year by the end of the 2012-2013 school year. Parents please check your child’s immunization records now! To avoid long lines, please obtain any needed vaccinations prior to the end of the 2012-2013 school year.

Parents of students in grades 6th through 12th--please ensure that your child has already received their Tdap vaccine before the end of the 2012-2013 school term. If not, please check with your child's school to determine if and when the school nurse will be giving vaccinations.

Persons with Medicaid should receive vaccinations at their assigned healthcare provider’s office.

Seating in the immunization clinic is limited therefore we ask that only the client(s) receiving immunizations and necessary adults accompanying them visit the clinic. Thank you for your cooperation.

Clients needing immunization records faxed in:  The Immunization clinic must receive faxed immunization records no later than 12 noon (Eastern Standard Time) in order to service a client on the same day. Please visit the medical records department on 1st floor to obtain immunization records via fax.

Shot Records

Parents are encouraged to check their student's shot records throughout the school year so they do not have to wait until July or August to have them immunized. The 7th grade shot can be given as early as 7 years old if there have been 5 years since the last DTAP. 

Flu Prevention: Bureau of Immunization 2010-2011 Flu Survey:

The Florida Department of Health’s Bureau of Immunization (BOI) is gathering information about where customers received their flu shots in Florida. The BOI developed a short survey instrument and encourages us to promote the use of the online survey.

The data gathered from this survey will be used to better target public health efforts for immunization. The process will also help us to refine our information-gathering abilities. We are hoping to increase influenza vaccine coverage among Floridians, and your participation will be essential to identifying and targeting those groups in need of outreach.

If you have any questions regarding the survey or about the presentation of the collected data, please visit our web pages at

Electronic Copies of Your Child's Immunization Record Now Available

Need a copy of your child's shot record for school? Now you can download and print a PDF version for use at schools and child care centers. To learn how we have put together this handy guide: Parents 680 Form Retrieval Guide (PDF 356kb). Follow the instructions in the guide to download your child's shot record.