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100 W Center St
Warsaw, IN 46580
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Why should your child be fully immunized?

Before vaccines became widely available, diseases like measles, mumps and whooping cough were common in childhood, and thousands died or were left blind, deaf or brain-damaged by them. Today vaccines have totally or nearly eradicated several diseases such as smallpox, polio, diphtheria and hib infections, according to the national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Despite available vaccines, many diseases still persist putting unvaccinated babies and toddlers at risk. The CDC reported in the 2011 MMWR Weekly that 72% of the Indiana population ages 19-35 months have completed their childhood series of immunizations. That's GREAT progress, however this means 28% of our young ones are still left vulnerable.
 Kosciusko County Health Department
Offers immunizations to VFC eligible Indiana residents.  VFC (Vaccines For Children) is a Federally funded program that provides recommended childhood vaccines for those age 18 or under, who have Medicaid or are uninsured. Beginning January 1, 2020, there will be an $15 fee per shot.  Cash and Credit/Debit Cards are accepted; Medicaid will be billed. No one will be turned away for inability to pay.
**The Immunization clinic can now accept some forms of insurance, please call the clinic prior to arriving to check if your insurance is accepted** 
 Immunization Clinic Hours
 Friday Only: 8:30 am - 12:00 pm and 1:15 pm - 4:30 pm. Appointments needed at this time.
Evening Clinic: 1st Monday of the month 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm (except on holidays).
 It's very important that you bring your child's updated shot record to the clinic, also their Medicaid card.
  • The Immunization Clinic also provides most International Travel Vaccines for a fee. For further information, contact the clinic at 267-7028.
  • TB skin tests needed for work or school are available on Mondays for a small fee.
  • The clinic is in the same area as the Kosciusko Community Hospital
Kosciusko County Health Department 
K21 Health Services Pavilion
1515 Provident Drive, Ste. 160
Warsaw, IN 46580
 Schedule for Childhood Immunizations
2 months - DTaP/Hep B/IPV, HIB, PCV, Rotavirus
4 months - DTaP/Hep B/IPV, HIB, PCV, Rotavirus
6 months - DTaP/Hep B/IPV, HIB, PCV
12 to 18 months - MMR, Varicella, DTaP, PCV, Hep A (x2), HIB
4 to 6 years - DTaP, IPV, MMR, Varicella
6th Grade - MCV4, Tdap, HPV (2 doses if before 15, al least 6 months apart. >15, 3 doses)
age 16 - MCV4 (#2) Men B (2 doses), HPV (3 doses if none prior to 16)