Vaccinations

logo (1)Vaccines for Children

Lincoln County Public Health is a member of the Wyoming Department of Health’s Vaccines for Children program. Through this program, we are able to provide all children ages 2 months to 18 years with all the school required vaccines for a nominal administration fee. Under certain conditions, we are also able to provide recommended vaccines such as HPV, Meningococcal, and Hepatitis A for children. 

 
Lincoln County Public Health and the Wyoming Department of Health seek to prevent disease, disability, and death from vaccine preventable diseases in all Wyoming children and adults and to assure all children receive all their recommended immunizations by two years of age.  
We charge an administration fee of $20 for all school required children’s vaccines. We are able to bill Medicaid and some insurances, as well as KidCare Chip. Please call us to ask about your options if you are interested in non-school required vaccines such as Meningitis, Hepatitis A, and HPV. We accept cash, check or credit card for payment. If you are using a credit card, please be aware there is a 2.5% surcharge (minimum $1.50).
If you are in need of a current copy of yours or your child’s immunization records, please bring current records to our office and we can input anything that is not already in the Wyoming Immunization Registry that we use to track vaccines given. There is a HIPAA request form that must be signed by parent/guardians of children ages 17 and below in order to retrieve records. Everyone 18 and older must fill out and sign their own request form. Please also bring your drivers license with you when requesting a copy of immunization records.

 

Visit the Immunizations Schedules page for an easy to read, downloadable color copy of the current schedules for both children and adults.

 

    adultimmunizations2_355pxAdults Need Vaccines, too…

Contrary to popular belief, some vaccines you received as a child will not be sufficient to protect you from preventable and common diseases for the rest of your life. Lincoln County Public Health and the Wyoming Department of Health encourage adults to keep current on their immunizations. We offer vaccines for Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria and Pertussis, also known as whooping cough), Td (tetanus and diphtheria), Hepatitis A and B, Pneumonia (for seniors ages 65 and older), Meningitis, HPV, Influenza, and Shingles. If you were not vaccinated as a child or if you are interested in a vaccine that may not have been available when you were a child and think you might need your immunizations updated, contact our office for an appointment. 

Adolescent and Adult Vaccine Quiz.

Our current vaccine fee schedule for adults 19 and older:

Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis): $55
Td: $45
Hepatitis A: $45 per dose (this is a 2 dose series)
Hepatitis B: $55 per dose (this is a 3 dose series)
Hepatitis A/B combo (Twinrix): $60 per dose (this is a 3 dose series)
HPV (Gardasil – quadrivalent): $160 per dose (this is a 3 dose series)
HPV (Gardasil 9): $175 per dose (this is a 3 dose series)
MMR: $90 per dose (this is a 2 dose series)
Pneumonia: $88 (this vaccine is covered by Medicare and we can bill Medicare for it)
Prevnar 13 (for ages 65+): $195 (this vaccine is covered by Medicare and we can bill Medicare for it)
Meningitis – $130
Shingles: $240
For a limited time, we have access to vaccines provided by the Wyoming Department of Health’s Vaccines for Uninsured Adults program. If you are uninsured or if your insurance does not cover vaccinations or has a cap on how much they cover for vaccinations (also known as “underinsured”), you can receive the following vaccines for $20:
HPV (from ages 19-26)
Tdap
Meningitis (ages 19 – 55)
Hepatitis A
Hepatitis B
Twinrix (Hepatitis A/B combo)
Shingles (ages 60 and up only)
Our office is also able to draw blood (titer) to check for immunity to certain diseases.
Hepatitis B titer – $15 per antigen ($45 total)
Hepatitis C titer – $20
Rubeola, Mumps, Rubella and Varicella – $10 per antigen
We are able to bill Wyoming Medicaid, Medicare, KidCare Chip and some private insurances.