The Pasadena Public Health Department's Immunization Clinics offers vaccinations, vaccination consultations and immunization record replacement for children, teens, adults, people who are traveling and seniors.
Effective Wednesday, April 8, 2015, the Travel and Immunization Clinic will not offer Yellow Fever vaccine to individuals 60 years and older. Only ages 59 years and younger are eligible to receive the Yellow Fever vaccine per the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) guidelines.
NOTICE: The Travel & Adult Immunization Clinic at the Pasadena Public Health Department does not accept health insurance as a means of payment. The clinic does not bill health insurance plans for vaccines or services on behalf of the Department or the client. The clinic does not provide clients with health insurance billing information, such as ICD-9 codes or CPT codes, for vaccines and services rendered necessary for insurance reimbursement.
The Health Officer has issued an order to reduce the rates of influenza transmission among health care personnel and the vulnerable populations they serve. Health care personnel working in acute care hospitals, long term care facilities, and intermediate care facilities are affected by this Health Officer Advisory. To view this advisory and frequently asked questions (FAQ), please click the links below to download more information.
The Child Immunization Clinic provides vaccinations for infants, children and teens.
Please note: In the 2011 school year, all 7th - 12th grade students must have the Tdap vaccine in order to start school. Get your vaccine today!
The Adult & Travel Immunization Clinic provides vaccinations for adults, seniors and people who are traveling.