The Frederick County Health Department (FCHD) encourages all Frederick County residents to get a flu vaccination this season. Flu vaccine is readily available in our community, so the Health Department’s focus will continue to be prioritizing children who are uninsured or who do not have a medical home.
We do not currently have any flu clinics scheduled. There is an abundance of flu vaccine in our community, so please check with your health care provider or local pharmacy to get a flu shot. You can also check the website vaccines.gov to find a flu shot near you.
We are now accepting appointments for our Back to School Clinics here at the Health Department. For appointments please call 301-600-3342.
The best place to get back to school immunizations is at your child’s medical home or pediatrician. The Health Department’s goal is to ensure that all children are fully vaccinated and we will be offering childhood immunizations for all children in need of vaccines during these scheduled clinics.
The Health Department provides FREE immunizations for uninsured or underinsured children.
The Health Department does not bill insurance companies for vaccinations. If your child has health insurance, call your child’s health care provider to schedule your child’s vaccinations.
For information about the immunizations provided, please read:
To print your child’s vaccine record from Immunet please see below: You can learn more or opt out at: https://phpa.health.maryland.gov/OIDEOR/IMMUN/Pages/immunet-for-public.aspx.
Clients can now access their individual and/or child's ImmuNet records directly through MyIR, which stands for "My Immunization Record". MyIR is a portal that allows you to access your or your child's official vaccination records online. Just like ImmuNet, the portal is confidential, secure, and HIPAA compliant.
To access your or your child's official vaccination record, visit the portal and register today by clicking the button below:
MyIR will need the following information for registration and to match your records in ImmuNet:
Learn how to register at MyIR with this User Guide.
For more information about MyIR, go here.
If you have trouble registering and/or are not able to access your records through MyIR, it may be due to one or more of these reasons:
If you believe the vaccination records you received from MyIR/ImmuNet is incorrect, please contact your healthcare provider to update the vaccination information.