- Immunization Program
Woodford County Health Department Immunization Clinic
By appointment only, please call 309-467-3064 to make an appointment.
For children to receive immunizations at our clinic, you must provide a copy of their immunization records. For adults, please bring records if you have them available. If you do not have records, please contact our office for assistance.
If a client is under 18 years of age, a parent/legal guardian must sign the paperwork. An adult must be present for the injections on clients under 18.
If you need a copy of immunization records, they may requested by calling our office or you may request online at IDPH VaxVerify. If you received the immunizations at another facility, you will need to contact that health care provider to access those records. The Woodford County Health Department may not have records from another health care provider unless you previously shared them with us. You may also visit the CDC Records and Requirements webpage (link) for more information on finding immunization records.
- Parent/Guardian must bring past immunization records with child.
- Parent/Guardian must accompany minor child in order to sign permit form.
- Those receiving vaccines will be required to wait in lobby for 10 minutes after receiving vaccine.
To receive updates on vaccine recommendations or vaccine shortages, click here.
National Immunization Program
For additional information about vaccines please download the National Immunization Program brochure (PDF) or call the National Immunization Information Hotline at 800-232-2522.