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Cayuga County - Flu & Immunization Clinics

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Immunization
Clinics
8
Dill
Street Auburn,
N.Y.

13021 (315)
253­1560 Hours Monday
­
Friday 8:30
a.m.
­
4:30
p.m.

Immunization
Clinics
Schedule
Click
here
to
view
Dates What
do
YOU
call
them? Immunizations?
Vaccines?
Inoculations?
or
simply
SHOTS? 
 Why
must
we
have
our
"SHOTS"? SHOTS
 or
 immunizations
 give
 us
 immunity
 to
 some
 of
 the
 world's
 most
 serious
 and deadliest
diseases.

Having
immunizations
not
only
prevents
the
disease
from
developing
in your
child,
but
it
also
protects
other
children
in
your
neighborhood
 and
 other
 children
 across the
country
and
the
world. 
 What
happens
if
immunizations
are
not
administered? If
 immunizations
 are
 not
 administered,
 diseases
 such
 as
 measles,
 mumps,
 or
 rubella
 can develop
 in
 your
 child.
 
 This
 will
 cause
 serious
 illness,
 possibly
 death
 of
 your
 child.
 
 Having the
immunization
will
give
your
child
the
immunity
they
need
against
these
diseases,
before they
have
a
chance
of
becoming
ill. 
 Who
needs
to
have
immunizations?

Adobe
Reader

Many
 people
 believe
 that
 SHOTS
 are
 just
 for
 kids.
 
 They're
 NOT!
 As
 adults,
 getting
 your shots
 can
 help
 prevent
 you
 from
 getting
 serious
 illnesses
 as
 well,
 such
 as
 pneumococcal disease,
tetanus,
shingles,
influenza,
and
hepatitis
B.
 
 When
is
the
best
time
to
receive
immunizations? Immunizations
 work
 best
 when
 administered
 at
 a
 certain
 age.
 
 
 To
 view
 more
 detailed information
about
immunizations,
please
refer
to
the
following
websites: Immunization
Action
Coalition CDC
Immunization
Schedules 
 Who
do
I
contact
for
immunizations
provided
by
Cayuga
County
Community
Health Services? Clinics
 are
 currently
 held
 every
 Tuesday,
 alternating
 morning
 and
 evening
 hours,
 by appointment
 only.
 
 You
 may
 view
 upcoming
 dates
 and
 locations
 by
 clicking
 on
 Coming Attractions
or
by
calling
253­1560.
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1/19/13 Cayuga County .us Cayuga
County
Department
of
Health
­­
160
Genesee
Street
­­
Auburn.Flu & Immunization Clinics 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Attractions
or
by
calling
253­1560.ny.us
 with
any
questions
or
to
Schedule
An
Appointment.state.
 providing
 you
 meet
 the
 immunization guideline
 requirements.ny.us Email
general
Health
Department
website
related
issues
to:

ccweb@dfa.gov/vaccinecompensation 
 Get
Immunized!! Email
us
at
cchealth@dfa. NOTE:

In
the
event
that
you
or
your
child
has
a
serious
reaction
to
a
vaccine. Email
General
Health
Related
Questions
to:

cchealth@dfa.
 
 Clinics
 are
 held
 according
 to
 agency
 schedules
 and
 community need.state.
New
York
13021
­­
Phone:
(315)
253­1451 Copyright
©
2006
Cayuga
County
Department
of
Health Last
Updated
on
Monday.
a
federal program
has
been
created
to
help
pay
for
the
care
of
those
who
have
been
harmed.ny. 
 More
Online
Information Centers
for
Disease
Control
Vaccines 2012
Immunization
Schedules
for
Child
&
Adolescents Vaccine
Safety
and
the
Importance
of
Immunization
by
NYS
DOH NYS
Department
of
Health Click
here
for
Vaccine
Information
Sheets
by
CDC.
2012 co.us/hhs/doh/communityhealth/immunizations.
For details
about
the
National
Vaccine
injury
Compensation
Board
call
1­800­338­2382
or
visit their
website
at
www.htm 2/2 .ny.state.cayuga. NOTE:
 
 Immunizations
 are
 given
 free
 of
 charge.hrsa.
February
06.

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