The Immunization Clinic is staffed by registered nurses and administrative support. The clinic is a walk-in clinic and serves the general public by administering both required and recommended vaccinations to children and adults. It is a regional immunizations
clinic, as many of the vaccines needed by overseas travelers are offered.
Appointments are required for travel assessments and travel vaccines; all other immunization clinic services are walk-in.
PPD skin tests require two visits to the clinic; the first visit is to place* the skin test, a second visit 2-3 days later to read your skin results.
In order to serve you better, please bring the following documentation with you:
- Photo I.D.
- Shot records
- Insurance cards
- Custody/Legal guardianship documentation
- Signed letter of consent from parent/legal guardian of a minor (Only needed if anyone other than a parent/legal guardian brings a minor in for immunizations.) The letter needs to include the parent's name, child's name, and the date. The person bringing
in the child must provide a photo I.D.
Required Vaccines for School
Parents/guardians are strongly encouraged to walk-in for required immunizations prior to the start of each school year.
Wait times for immunizations increase as the deadline for back-to-school immunizations approaches.
In North Carolina proof of required immunizations are required within 30 days of the first date of attendance of school. After 30 days, children are to be excluded from school until the family provides documentation of requirements.
Travel Assessments and Vaccines
We offer Yellow Fever and other important vaccines recommended or required for international travel.
Appointments only for travel assessments and travel vaccines. Call 910-321-7116
Bring to your appointment:
- Photo ID
- Insurance Cards
- Copies of all shot records. These are important so we can complete an accurate immunization assessment.
- Complete travel itinerary to include the dates, names of countries, and cities you are travelling to.
Please be aware that we do not provide prescriptions for malaria prevention medications; this can be obtained by a physician or provider familiar with international travel requirements.
Hours of Operation
All services except travel vaccines are WALK-IN
Please note that the clinic may reach clinic capacity earlier than the below posted hours.
|Monday||8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.|
|Tuesday||8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.|
|2nd Tuesday of each month ||8 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. |
|Wednesday ||8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. |
|Thursday ||8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. NO PPD placements on Thursdays|
|Friday ||8 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. |
- Vaccines will be billed for adults and children with insurance.
- Children through 18 years of age without health insurance will receive immunizations at no cost through the Vaccines for Children Program.
- If you are older than 19, you will be billed for vaccines. Patient assistance programs may be available.
For questions about the cost of immunizations and the fee structure, please call the Immunization Clinic at 910-433-3633.