LCHD immunization clinic set for Thursday

LEE COUNTY – Lee County Health Department will be holding a Children’s Immunization Clinic Thursday, May 26th, from 1:00 p.m. until 4:30 p.m. at Lee County Health Department, #3 John Bennett Drive in Fort Madison, IA.

The clinic is open to children who have no insurance, are insured by Iowa Medicaid (MCO) or those who have private health insurance that does not cover the cost of vaccines.  Written parental consent is required for minors to receive vaccinations when in the care of another adult. (Please visit our website for a consent form.)

Free lead testing is available for all children ages six months to six years who reside in Iowa.

Please call 1-319-372-5225 with questions or visit our website at www.leecountyhd.org.

Keokuk immunization clinics will have the COVID-19 vaccine available for children 5-11 years-old.  Fort Madison immunization clinics will have the COVID-19 vaccine available for children 5-11 years-old and for those 12 years and older.  A consent for both vaccines can be found in the COVID Information section of the LCHD website (www.leecountyhd.org).

Please call 1-319-372-5225 with questions or visit our website at www.leecountyhd.org

At this time we are giving childhood immunizations by appointment only. Please call 319-372-5225 to schedule an appointment.

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