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Immunizations Clinic

Florida Department of Health - St. Johns County

  •  904-209-3250

    Mailing Address

    200 San Sebastian View 


    Saint Augustine, Florida 32084 

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  • Services Available
  • Who is Eligible?
  • What is the Fee?
  • Is an Appointment Required?
  • What documents should I bring with me?
  • Do you need your Out-Of-State Immunizations records transferred for school?
  • Questions?

Immunizations (shots) prevent disease in those who receive them, and protect those who come into contact with unvaccinated individuals.  Vaccines reduce the risk of infection by working with the body's natural defenses to help it safely develop immunity to disease. DOH-St. Johns offers the following vaccines for children:

For information on clinical services and schedule, please call DOH-St. Johns prior to your visit at 904-209-3250.

Children from birth through 18 years of age are eligible for immunizations.

Vaccines for Children immunizations are provided to children who meet program eligibility at no cost to the parent/guardian.  We accept Medicaid and insurance.
No appointment is needed. Please call DOH – St. Johns before your visit to confirm our schedule of services at 904-209-3250.

 For eligibility bring the following with you:

  • A valid photo I.D. (such as a Driver’s License)
  • Your child’s insurance card
  • Your child’s shot records (if you have moved to Florida from out of state)

Your child’s record-transfer request can be dropped off for service at DOH-St. Johns County Health Department. Please provide copies of your child’s out-of-state immunization records and note these important things to remember:

  • We will make every effort to have your record transferred and a phone call from a nurse to you within three business days from the date of the record transfer request.
  • To allow us to serve everyone as efficiently as possible, we ask that you do not call to check the status of your transfer request unless three business days have passed and you have not heard from us. We know you need this done quickly, however, please understand that asking to check the status of a record that is not ready only slows down the process of getting the records transferred and ready for you to pick up.
  • In order to ensure confidentiality and safeguard your child’s personal information, the authorized individual who initiates the record transfer must be the same individual who picks up the completed 680 form.

If you need record transfers sooner, check with your local pediatrician's office. Many local urgent care centers, minute clinics, and pharmacies also provide this service.

We are here to help!  If you have any questions, please call DOH - St. Johns at 904-209-3250.

More information about Immunizations is available from the Florida Department of Health.

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FL Health CHARTS is a Community Health Assessment Resource Tool Set.