The Union County Health Department is committed to providing immunizations across the life span. We offer immunizations by appointment only. We require appointments so we can ensure you receive the vaccinations that are right for you. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but feel it is in the best interest of your patients.
Make Your Appointment Today!
To make an appointment for adult or child immunizations, book online or call 937-642-2053. For new patients, please bring your immunization record to your appointment if possible. Records can also be faxed to 937-642-9725.
Note: Online scheduling is for immunization appointments only. Other clinical services are not available during immunization appointments. Please call our office to schedule an appointment if additional services are needed.
Cost for Immunizations
Cost for immunizations varies depending on vaccines needed, insurance status, and financial situation. We do offer vaccines through the “Vaccines for Children” (VFC) program. The VFC program allows us to provide required vaccines for free or at reduced cost for children who are uninsured, under-insured or covered by any Medicaid insurance. We accept most private insurance plans. A sliding fee scale is available to those without insurance and no one is turned away for inability to pay for vaccinations.
Shots Available at Our Clinic
- DTaP (Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis)
- Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis)
- Hep B (Hepatitis B)
- Hep A (Hepatitis A)
- HIB (Haemophilus Influenza)
- HPV (Human Papillomavirus)
- Influenza (Flu)
- Meningitis (for strains A,C,W & Y)
- MMR (Measles, Mumps, and Rubella)
- Pneumococcal (Pneumonia)
- Varicella (Chickenpox)
- Coronavirus (COVID-19)
We offer combination vaccines to reduce the number of shots your child needs.
Days and Times for Immunizations
(By Appointment Only)
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays
By appointment only, call 937-642-2053
*Our office is closed if the day of the week/month falls on a holiday. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Adult Health Services Clinic
Hours & Location
The Union County Health Department’s Adult Health Services Clinic is on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays by appointment. Evening hours are available on Thursdays. Appointments can be made by calling (937) 642-2053. The clinic is located within the Union County Health Department, 940 London Ave, Suite 1100, Marysville, Ohio 43040. We serve adults and adolescents age 11 years and older. Our goal is to make sure every person who wants to be vaccinated has an opportunity. Please call to talk to a nurse if you are experiencing any barriers or doubts about getting a vaccination.
- Tuberculosis Screening (TB Skin Test)
- Blood Pressure Screening
- Adult Vaccinations (Shot record preferred.)
- Childhood Vaccinations for Adolescents 11 to 18 years of age.
(Shot record is required for any childhood vaccinations.)
Cost varies for services. We accept most private insurances as well as Medicaid plans such as CareSource, Molina, etc. A sliding fee scale is also available for those without insurance. We do accept Medicare for some adult immunizations.
Vaccines Available for Adults
- Hepatitis A
- Hepatitis B
- Hepatitis A/B Combination (Twinrix)
- Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
- Measles/Mumps/Rubella (MMR)
- Influenza (Flu)
- Shingles (PLEASE CALL FOR AVAILABILITY.)
- Tetanus/Pertussis (TDAP)
- Varicella (Chicken Pox)
All of our vaccines for adults are based on availability. To check for the cost of vaccines and availability call us at 937-642-2053. Please bring your shot record with you to your appointment.
TB (Tuberculosis) Skin Testing
Getting a flu shot is still the best way to protect yourself and your loved ones from the flu. Flu shots for the whole family are available by appointment at the Union County Health Department Monday through Thursday from the end of September through mid April. Please call (937) 642-2053 today to make an appointment. Some early evening hours are available. We welcome most insurances, including Medicaid and Medicare plans. Our goal is to provide flu vaccination to any person who wants it. No one is turned away for inability to pay.
Flu Vaccines Available from UCHD:
- Regular Flu Shot – Protects against four strains of flu. Can be given to people ages 6 months & older.
- High Dose Flu Shot – Contains four times the amount of antigen as a regular flu shot. Recommended for people ages 65 years & older as it can help build a stronger immune response.
Cost for Flu Shots:
Most insurance plans cover the cost of an annual flu shot. We accept most insurance plans, and welcome Medicaid and Medicare plans. No one is turned away for inability to pay and a sliding fee scale down to $0 is available. Through the Ohio Vaccine for Children program, free and low-cost vaccinations are available for children without insurance.
Flu Activity in Central Ohio:
Flu Vaccine FAQ’s
- Regular Flu Shot (Intramuscular): The regular flu shot contains killed flu viruses. It is injected into the muscle. It is approved for people ages 6 months and older.
- High Dose Flu Shot: High Dose flu vaccine contains killed flu viruses. It is injected into the muscle. High Dose flu vaccine contains 4 times the amount of antigen as the regular flu shot. Antigen is the part of the flu vaccine that prompts the body to make antibodies. Additional antigen is intended to create a stronger immune response. It is approved for people ages 65 and older.
CDC recommends all people ages 6 months and older get a flu vaccination. Vaccination is the single best way to protect yourself from the flu. While flu vaccination is recommended for everyone ages 6 months and older, some are especially at high risk for severe complications from the flu:
- Pregnant women
- Children younger than 5, but especially children younger than 2 years old
- People 50 years of age and older
- People of any age with certain chronic medical conditions
- People who live in nursing homes and other long-term care facilities
- People who live with or care for those at high risk for complications from flu, including:
- Healthcare workers
- Household contacts of persons at high risk for complications from the flu
- Household contacts and out of home caregivers of children less than 6 months of age
- People who have a severe allergy to chicken eggs.
- People who have had a severe reaction to a flu vaccination.
- People who develop Guillain-Barre syndrome (GBS) within 6 weeks of getting a flu vaccine.
- Children younger than 6 months of age (no flu vaccine is approved for this age group).
- People who have a moderate-to-severe illness with a fever (wait until recovered to get vaccinated)
- Single dose pre-filled syringes of flu vaccine do not contain the mercury preservative thimerosal. Only multi-dose vials of vaccine contain a mercury preservative. Most of the vaccine UCHD uses is single dose pre-filled syringe without preservatives. We do use some multi-dose vials of vaccine. Please talk to our staff prior to getting vaccinated if you have any questions or concerns.
- No, a flu shot cannot cause the flu. The viruses contained in flu shots are inactivated (killed), which means they cannot cause infection. Flu vaccine manufacturers kill the viruses used in the flu shot during the process of making vaccine, and batches of flu vaccine are tested to make sure they are safe.
- There are several reasons why someone might get flu-like symptoms even after they have been vaccinated against the flu.
- People may be exposed to a flu virus shortly before getting vaccinated or during the two-week period that it takes the body to gain protection after getting vaccinated. This exposure may result in a person becoming ill with flu before the vaccine begins to protect them.
- People may become ill from other (non-flu) viruses that circulate during the flu season, which can also cause flu-like symptoms (such as rhinovirus).
- A person may be exposed to a flu virus that is not included in the flu vaccine. There are many different influenza viruses that circulate every year. The flu shot protects against the 3 viruses that research suggests will be most common. Unfortunately, some people can remain unprotected from flu despite getting the vaccine. This is more likely to occur among people that have weakened immune systems. However, even among people with weakened immune systems, the flu vaccine can still help prevent influenza complications.