Immunizations Clinic

Update about RSV: we currently do not have any RSV vaccine. When we receive RSV vaccine, it will only be available for children who are under or uninsured. 

  • Adults looking for RSV vaccine should talk with their healthcare provider. 
  • Parents of children with health insurance should talk with their pediatrician about vaccine.

What do we provide?

Who do we serve?

  • Children 18 years and younger who are uninsured or underinsured (insurance does not cover the cost of immunizations)
    • If your child has health insurance, call your child’s health care provider to schedule your child’s vaccinations.
    • Adults should contact their healthcare provider or a local pharmacy for vaccinations.
  • COVID-19 vaccine
    • Children: we can vaccinate children 6 months through 18 years who are under or uninsured at our clinics. 
      • Children with insurance can:
        • go to their primary care provider
        • find a local clinic at
        • go to a CVS Minute Clinic. These locations are staffed by Nurse Practitioners who are authorized to vaccinate children ages five and under. Go to to schedule an appointment.
    • Adults: COVID-19 vaccine for adults is available throughout the community at Adults who do not have health insurance can get the vaccine for free at CVS clinics. Go to to schedule an appointment.

How can I schedule a vaccination?

  • Call 301-600-1733 and ask to schedule an appointment.

Flu Vaccinations for Children

The Frederick County Health Department encourages all Frederick County residents to get a influenza (flu) vaccination this season. Flu vaccine is readily available in our community, so the Health Department’s focus will continue to prioritize children who are uninsured or who do not have a medical home. 

The Health Department will be offering flu vaccinations at no cost to children 6 months through 18 years of age who do not have health insurance, have health insurance that does not cover the cost of immunizations, or who are unable to get the vaccinated by their healthcare provider. The vaccines are provided by the Maryland Department of Health.

Flu shots will be available for these children by appointment only. Call 301-600-1733 to schedule an appointment.

Adults looking for flu shots should contact their healthcare provider or get a flu vaccine at one of the many locations in the community, such as pharmacies and grocery stores. Find local clinics at

Important information for Parents or Guardians:

  • Children 17 years of age and younger must be accompanied by an adult 18 years of age or older.
  • If parent or guardian will not be with their child, they must send a written note giving the individual bringing the child permission to have the child vaccinated.
  • All vaccinated children are required to remain at the clinic for 15 minutes for observation after vaccination.
  • Only one parent or guardian may accompany children who have an appointment. Additional persons will not be admitted.

The Frederick County Health Department does not provide employee flu clinics for businesses. Companies looking for this service should reach out to occupational health service agencies.

On-time vaccination throughout childhood is essential because it helps provide immunity before children are exposed to potentially life-threatening diseases. Vaccines are tested to ensure that they are safe and effective for children to receive at the recommended ages.

Learn more from CDC about childhood vaccinations and vaccinations for adults.