• Nurse with a shot


    Disease Prevention/Immunizations:   Written proof of compliance with immunization requirements is a part of the registration process in Arizona Schools.   State and Federal Law mandates that school-age children be immunized to prevent certain diseases.  If you are unsure of the requirements for Immunization, see your doctor, visit the School Health Center or call the Maricopa County Health Dept at (602)-506-6767 or (602)-263-8856 for locations of clinics and hours of operation.  Immunizations are free of charge for children under the age of 18. Exemption forms are available from the nurse.

    For Childcare, Preschool, Kindergarten and up in 2021-2022:
     No matter what Grade your student is in, once they turn 11 years old, the State of Arizona is requiring students to get their Tdap and Meningitis Immunizations.    
    Immunization Clinic Locations & Hours
    All Clinic locations will be closed on the following dates in 2020
    Wednesday March 18th, Monday May25th, Friday July 3rd, Monday September 7th, Wednesday September 16th, Wednesday November 11th, Thanksgiving (2 days), Wednesday December 16, Christmas Day
    (MCDPH) West Valley Immunization Clinic
    Provided by MCDPH - 623-474-2290, 1850 N. 95th Avenue, Suite 184, Phoenix
    Hours:,Monday through Friday, 8:00am-4:30pm, Closed for lunch: 12:00pm-1:00pm

    MCDPH Roosevelt Clinic
    Provided by MCDPH - 602-506-8815, 1645 E. Roosevelt, Phoenix
    Open Monday, through Friday, 8am-4:30pm, Closed for lunch: 12pm-1pm
    East Valley location (Broadway & Olive St (Between Mesa Dr & Horne)
    635 E. Broadway Rd, Mesa Az 85204
    Phone: (602) 506 -2660 Fax: (480) 834-3026
    Hours: Monday thru Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Closed for lunch from 12:00 to 1:00

     Starting May 4, 2020, and until further notice, theRooseveltWest Valley and Mesa Immunization Clinics will operate byAPPOINTMENT ONLY. Appointments can be made by calling 602-506-6767.

    In order to protect the health and safety of everyone, all 3 MCDPH Immunization Clinics will practice:

    • Social distancing and monitoring the amount of people in the clinic at one time
    • Asking only the person/s needing vaccine and or only one parent or guardian to accompany children. Everyone else is asked to remain outside of the Immunization Clinic while practicing social distancing.
    • Ask families to maintain social distancing while waiting for your appointment
    • Cleaning the area and items between families
    • Asking families to avoid coming to the immunization clinic when you or your child is sick with COVID-19 symptoms, which may include fever, cough, and difficulty breathing.

    Visitors are recommended to bring:

    their own pen

    the immunization record for the person being vaccinated

    the insurance card if available