Appointments for vaccines are made each working day, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.
Children & Teens - 6 months - 18 years of age
Vaccine charges are on a sliding scale, based on your family income and the number of persons in your household. If your child has had vaccines elsewhere; please bring those vaccine dates/records with you to the clinic visit.
A parent or legal guardian should accompany any minor less than 18 years of age to all vaccination appointments. If you are the legal guardian, please bring all documentation including a court order and/or custody paperwork that supports guardianship.
In the event a parent or guardian cannot accompany a minor patient to their appointment, they must provide verbal consent to a provider by phone during the appointment, or submit a signed Parental Consent Form (see below) acknowledging review of online Vaccine Information Statements and consent for specific vaccines used.
- Tennessee School Immunization Requirements
- Recommended Child Immunization Schedule (Birth - 6 years)
- Recommended Child Immunization Schedule (7 - 18 years)
- Vaccine Information Statements
- Parental Consent Form
- Catch-up Schedule (for children who start immunizations late or have fallen behind)
Vaccines are administered according to the recommendations of the Center for Disease Control and by the protocol of the Department of Health of the State of Tennessee. For more questions or concerns, contact our office at 731-423-3020 to speak with a child health nurse.
Adult vaccines- 19 years old and older
Adult vaccines are available to meet requirements of school or work and if indicated for certain health problems. Call 731-423-3020, extension 62021 for current charges for adult vaccines.
Travel to countries outside of the United States may put you at greater risk of vaccine preventable diseases. Recommendations are based on several factors, including your destination, length of stay and itinerary.
Jackson-Madison County Regional Health Department is a Yellow Fever vaccine site. We also keep most other vaccines for travelers on hand. We do not provide antimalarial medications nor prescriptions, but can advise travelers of the drugs that are recommended for malaria prevention at their destination. Please call 731-423-3020, extension 62021 for current charges for travel vaccines.
- TennCare Select Plans
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- United Healthcare
- Blue Care
- Cover Kids