We offer recommended childhood and adult vaccinations. We also provide influenza, shingles, rabies, and travel vaccinations, as well as tuberculosis skin testing.
- Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS): Vaccine Information Statements
- Vaccination Schedules
Influenza (flu) vaccinations are available seasonally at our office. We offer only the shot form of the vaccine. For complete information, please visit our flu vaccination page.
If you are in need of rabies vaccine, please call us at 231-724-1289 so we can coordinate this service with your doctor.
Shingles vaccine is available for anyone 50 years and older. See fee above. Payment is expected at the time of service. We are only able to bill Medicaid. If you have insurance other than Medicaid, including Medicare, you are encouraged to talk to your doctor's office about getting this vaccine so that your insurance can be billed.
If you are planning on traveling out of the country, we encourage you make an appointment to visit our office at least 4 weeks before your trip. Because of the length of time a travel immunization consultation may take, we will schedule your appointment before 4 p.m. To find out what vaccines may be required in the part of the world you are traveling to, visit the Centers for Disease Control Travelers' Health website.
While Public Health - Muskegon County does not offer anti-malarials in-house, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) offers a lot of information regarding the different types of medicines a physician can prescribe for the prevention of malaria.
Yellow Fever Vaccine Shortage
June 5, 2017
Public Health - Muskegon County no longer carries Yellow Fever vaccine due to the cessation of United States production until mid to late 2018.
Currently, these seven clinics have Yellow Fever vaccine available:
- Kent County Health Department
- Michigan State University (MSU) Travel Clinic
- Passport Health
- Public Health Farmington Hills
- Public Health Midland
- Spectrum Travel Clinic
- University of Michigan Travel Clinic
These clinics will be using up the remaining U.S.-made Yellow Fever vaccine. After this supply is gone, a French version (Stamaril) will be dispensed to these clinics and administered to clients who are traveling to countries that require Yellow Fever vaccine for entry.