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The immunization programs at the Cheyenne–Laramie County Health Department provide immunizations for infants, children, and traveling adults to prevent disease and death from preventable illness. For appointment or questions, call 307–633–4097.

BEE an Early Bird and Immunize Your Child
Before Next School Year!!!

 

 

 

Contact:
Cheyenne-Laramie County Health
For an Appointment Today!!!
307–633–4097

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Vaccine for Children Program Qualification Criteria:

  • Aged Birth through 18
  • Have no insurance
  • Or, have medicaid
  • Alaskan Native
  • American Indian

For questions regarding your child's immunizations, or to make an appointment, call 307–633–4097.
Clinic hours:
Tuesday and Wednesday from 1 – 4 by walk-in or appointment

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Wyoming Minimum Immunization Requirements
Day Care/Pre–School/Head Start
APPliES TO CHILDREN OVER 18 MONTHS OF AGE
Age appropriately immunizedwith Dtap, Hepatitis B, Polio, 1 MMR after age 1, 1 Varicella after age 1, and 1 dose of Hib
Kindergarten through 6th Grade
51 DTaP/DTP/DT (at least one dose must be administered on or after the 4th birthday)
42 Polio (at least one dose must be administered on or after 4th birthday)
23 MMR
2 Varicella
3 Hepatitis B
Other Vaccines Recommended by American Committee of Immunization Practices (ACIP): Hepatitis A
7th Grade through 12th Grade
DtaP/DTP/DT/Td4 Age–appropriate, series complete
Polio Age-appropriate, series complete
23 MMR
2 Varicella
Tdap for 7th grade entry
3 Hepatitis B
Other Vaccines Recommended by ACIP:, Hepatitis A, MCV–4 (meningococcal) and HPV (Gardasil)
Other Students (e.g. Transfer Students)5
DtaP/DTP/DT/Td4 Age–appropriate, series complete
Polio Age-appropriate, series complete
23 MMR
2 Varicella
3 Hepatitis B
Footnotes:

  1. If 4th DTP dose is administered on or after 4th birthday, a 5th dose is not required.
  2. Administration of 4 doses is considered optimal. Sequential, IVP or OPV may be used, but the final dose MUST BE GIVEN ON OR AFTER THE AGE OF 4; even if this means a 5th dose. If a 3rd dose is received on or after age 4, no additional doses are required.
  3. The 1st dose on or after the 1st birthday. The 2nd dose should be given at 4–6 years of age, prior to entry into kindergarten, but may be given as early as 1 month after the 1st dose.

    For students 7 years of age and older who were not immunized prior to the 7th birthday, a total of 2 doses of Td vaccine and 1 dose of Tdap, 3 doses of polio vaccine, 2 doses of MMR and 3 doses of Hepatitis B vaccine are required.

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Adult Immunizations
Please call our office to receive the latest adult vaccine needs. 307–633–4097

Adult Immunizations Available Monday – Friday 10:00 – 11:30
  • Tetanus Diphtheria (Td) or Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis)
  • Pneumococcal – Fall Clinics or by appointment
  • Flu
  • MMR
  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B
  • Shingles (For 60 years of age and older)
  • Varicella

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International Travel Immunizations
International Travel Clinics are available to educate, prepare and immunize those who are traveling outside the United States. It is advised to receive counseling and vaccines at least 6 months before traveling. Call today for your appointment with our nurse. 307–633–4097

  • Tetanus (Td or Tdap)
  • Hepatitis B Vaccine
  • Polio
  • Yellow Fever
  • Measles/Mumps/Rubella (MMR)
  • Typhim
  • Hepatitis A Vaccine
  • Meningococcal
  • Pneumonia

Please call 307–633–4097 to schedule an appointment
Access to current health risks associated with international travel can be found at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in Atlanta, GA. Voice or Fax to CDC: 404-332-4559.

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International Travel Education
The nurses will update you on:

  • food precautions
  • water precautions
  • health hints
  • mosquito precautions
  • referral to private physician for prescription/medicines based on traveler's medical status and itinerary

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Important Travel Information

  • To be fully immunized before you travel, plan SIX WEEKS ahead so that you will have sufficient time to receive all appropriate vaccines.
  • Travel documents will be given so you can keep a record of your vaccines with your passport to meet that country's requirements. Your vaccine record should also be used to keep your physician informed of your vaccine status.
  • Report any illnesses within 9 months after travel to your private physician.
  • International Travel Immunization Payment Policy requires that payment be made prior to receiving vaccination and counseling. We will accept only Debit or Credit Cards, as well as cash. Any vaccine that is prior approved by insurance can be billed to your medical insurance.

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CONTACTS:
Loretta Berg,  RN, BSN , Immunization Program Manager633-4097