Immunization Services

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NIIW LogoNational Infant Immunization Week (NIIW) is an annual observance to highlight the importance of protecting infants from vaccine-preventable diseases and celebrate the achievements of immunization programs and their partners in promoting healthy communities. This year, NIIW will be held April 22-29, 2017.

Most parents choose the safe, proven protection of vaccines. Giving babies the recommended immunizations by age two is the best way to protect them from 14 serious childhood diseases, like whooping cough and measles. Parents are encouraged to talk to their child’s doctor to ensure that their baby is up-to-date on immunizations. 

Carver County Public Health offers immunizations for children and adults. Some vaccines are supplied by federal and state programs, and are offered for a limited time at low-cost to persons who are eligible. A $21.22 fee is requested for the administration of each vaccination, but no one will be turned away if they are unable to pay.

Call the Information & Resources Line for current information about vaccinations from Public Health:  (952) 361-1329 (English and Spanish).

Eligibility Requirements

  • Adults and children who do not have health insurance.
  • Adults and children who have health insurance that does not cover vaccinations.
  • Children on Minnesota Medical Assistance (MA), MinnesotaCare, or a Prepaid Medical Assistance Program (PMAP).
  • Children who are American Indian or Alaska Native.

Adults who are on Minnesota MA, MinnesotaCare, or a PMAP must be vaccinated by their private healthcare provider.

Clinic Schedule

See when Public Health offers immunization clinics, or check out immunization clinics in the metro region.

Children and AdolescentsElementary Girl getting Shot

Immunization protects children from many serious diseases. Ask your
healthcare provider or contact Carver County Public Health at (952) 361-1329
for more information. Review the information below to find out what vaccines
your children need. It's never too late to catch up on immunizations.


Immunizations are not just for children. Recommended immunizations for adults are determined by factors such as age, lifestyle, certain medical conditions, travel locations, and previous immunizations. An annual flu vaccine is recommended for everyone ages 6 months and older.

Search by ZIP code below for locations offering vaccine near you. Call ahead to confirm the vaccine is in stock and to find out about costs.