Children's Clinic Schedules

Please Call For Your Appointment Today. **A valid vaccination record is required for your child to receive any vaccinations, if the record is not available at the appointment your child's appointment will be rescheduled for a later time/date.**

Please call the location near you for more information on children's flu shots.

Children's Flu Shot Information

There is no charge for the child's flu shot vaccination, all VFC eligibility requirements as given below apply.  Children between the ages of 6 months and 18 years can get the vaccination at any of our clinics above with an appointment.  A valid vaccination record is required for your child to receive any vaccinations, if the record is not available at the appointment your child's appointment will be rescheduled for a later time/date. If you would like more information of Seasonal Flu please click here or call the location in your area.

Our Objectives

The primary mission of the Cochise County Immunization Program is to provide for complete immunization services for children aged 0 - 18 years. We offer all childhood vaccinations free of charge through the Federal Vaccines for Children Program. In addition we strive to promote vaccination throughout the lifespan by offering a variety of Adult Vaccines at a reasonable cost.

The Cochise County Immunization Program collaborates with other providers, both private and public, including concerned citizens in the Cochise County Immunization Coalition. The coalition works to educate the public and health care providers of the most current immunization strategies, guidelines and recommendations to continually improve immunization services throughout the county. A current project offered by the coalition is "VAX FAQs" a local Public Health update newsletter; offered in English and Spanish.


Is My Child Eligible?

Children through 18 years of age who meet at least one of the following criteria are eligible to receive VFC vaccine:

  • Medicaid eligible: A child who is eligible for the Medicaid program. (For the purposes of the VFC program, the terms "Medicaid-eligible" and "Medicaid-enrolled" are equivalent and refer to children who have health insurance covered by a state Medicaid program)
  • 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: A child who has commercial (private) health insurance but the coverage does not include vaccines, a child whose insurance covers only selected vaccines (VFC-eligible for non-covered vaccines only), or a child whose insurance caps vaccine coverage at a certain amount. Once that coverage amount is reached, the child is categorized as underinsured. Underinsured children are eligible to receive VFC vaccine only through a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) or Rural Health Clinic (RHC).

Children whose health insurance covers the cost of vaccinations are not eligible for VFC vaccines, even when a claim for the cost of the vaccine and its administration would be denied for payment by the insurance carrier because the plan's deductible had not been met.

The State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP), known as Title XXI, enables states to expand health insurance coverage for uninsured children. Title XXI children enrolled in a separate State Children Health Insurance Program are not VFC-eligible because these children are considered insured. Title XXI children enrolled in a Medicaid-expansion SCHIP program are Medicaid eligible and entitled to VFC program benefits. Some states have implemented their SCHIP programs as a combination plan with some children becoming Medicaid eligible through an expansion plan and some children enrolled in a separate SCHIP. The Medicaid-eligible children are entitled to VFC program benefits, and the children enrolled in the separate SCHIP program are considered insured and are not entitled to VFC program benefits.

Vaccines and Biologicals We Offer

This table represents the vaccines and biologicals available under CDC contract at this time (as of August 2007). * Although DT, Td , and Pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccines are recommended vaccines for inclusion in the VFC program, CDC has not been successful in negotiating a contract for these products as of February 28, 2002. ** These Biologicals may only be available under special circumstances, as determined by the State.  


Vaccine or Biological


DTaP, DTaP/Hib, Tdap

Haemophilus influenzae type B (Hib)

Hib, DTaP/Hib, Hib/Hepatitis B

Hepatitis A

Hepatitis A (pediatric)

Hepatitis B

1. Hepatitis B preservative free (pediatric/adolescent)

2. Hepatitis B 2 Dose (adolescent)

3. Hib/Hepatitis B

Human Papillomavirus (HPV)


Influenza (Flu)



MMR, Measles**


1. Meningococcal polysaccharide (quadravalent)

2. Meningococcal Conjugate (quadravalent)


MMR, Mumps**

Pertussis (Whooping Cough)

DTaP, DTaP/Hib, Tdap


Pneumococcal Conjugate (7-valent)

Poliomyelitis (Polio)




Rubella (German Measles)

MMR, Rubella**


DTaP, DTaP/Hib, Tdap

Varicella (Chickenpox)




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Quick Links:

ADHS - Arizona Immunization Program 
CDC - Vaccine Information Statements (VIS)
CDC - Vaccines & Immunizations 
CDC Traveler's Health - Vaccination Information 
CDC - Vaccines for your Children 
Immunization Action Coalition 
Parents of Kids with Infectious Disease 
Ten Ways to Ease Your Baby's Vaccination Pain 
Vaccinate Your Family