Immunization Program

Labette County Health Department is focused on providing immunizations for infants, children and adults to help ensure their health and the overall health of our community.  Travel immunizations and seasonal flu shots are also available.
Immunizations are provided by appointment.  Please bring immunization records with you to your appointment.  
Vaccines for Children (VFC Program)
The Vaccines for Children (VFC) program is a federally funded vaccine program that provides vaccines for children (birth thru 18yrs) who meet Federal and State eligibility guidelines.  There is a $20.00 administration fee per vaccine for children who qualify for VFC vaccine.  Contact the health department for eligibility requirements.

Adult Immunizations
Immunizations are not just for kids.  Regardless of age, we all need immunizations to keep us healthy.  With time, immunity from childhood immunizations can wear off and you may be at risk for new and different diseases.

Travel Immunizations
Travel immunizations should be obtained when someone is planning to travel out of the country to help protect them from disease that may be common in other countries.  It is recommended travel immunizations are received at least six weeks prior to travel dates.  If receiving a Yellow Fever vaccination, it is important to note, Labette County Health Department will supply a certificate of the vaccination.  However, this certificate is not valid until at least 10 days after receiving the vaccination.  Our vaccine services and traveling information can help protect you from disease such as Hepatitis A & B, Yellow Fever, Typhoid, Meningitis, Tetanus, and Pertussis.

For more information and cost of adult and travel immunizations please contact the public health department. 
Vaccine Eligibility
  • Children birth thru 18 years of age who meet at least one of the following criteria are eligible to receive VFC vaccines:
  • Medicaid eligible:  a child who is eligible for the Medicaid Program (KanCare).
  • Uninsured:  a child who has no health insurance coverage.
  • American Indian or Alaska Native:  as defined by the Indian Health Care Improvement Act (25 U.S.C. 1603).
  • Underinsured:  underinsured means the child has health insurance, but it doesn't cover vaccines.


  • Children whose insurance covers the vaccines are not eligible for VFC vaccines.  
  • For more information call 620-421-4350
  • A parent or guardian must provide written consent for children under age 18. Please bring child's current immunization record to the appointment and KanCare (Medicaid) card, if applicable.