Tag Archives: Immunization

National Infant Immunization Week April 18 – April 25

National Infant Immunization Week is a week set aside each year to highlight the importance of protecting infants from vaccine preventable disease.  Children, especially infants, are at higher risk for disease. You can protect your infant by getting them vaccinated on time.  Why should you immunize your baby? Here are five important reasons why: Immunizations… Read more >

Onondaga County Immunization Clinic is Changing! New Location, New Day, New Time!

There are changes coming to the Onondaga County Health Department Immunization Clinic.  To better accommodate our clients, the Onondaga County Immunization Clinic is moving to a new location, day of the week, and time.  Starting January 7, 2015, the clinic will be located at the John H. Mulroy Civic Center, 421 Montgomery St., Room 30… Read more >

AUGUST IS NATIONAL IMMUNIZATION AWARENESS MONTH

Is your child ready to go back to school? To celebrate the importance of immunizations throughout life, and to make sure children are protected with all the vaccines they need, the Onondaga County Immunization Program is observing National Immunization Awareness Month (NIAM).   During NIAM, parents are encouraged to check with their child’s health care provider… Read more >

Immunization Clinic Closed 10-31-13

On Thursday, October 31st, the Onondaga County Immunization Clinic, located at 301 Slocum Avenue in Syracuse will be closed due to construction that affects the parking lot and entrance to the building. The Health Department is avoiding creating an unsafe situation for both clinic clients and staff.   Please note, this weekly clinic will only be… Read more >

AUGUST IS NATIONAL IMMUNIZATION AWARENESS MONTH

Don’t Forget Your Preteen or Teen! August is National Immunization Awareness Month. This campaign is a reminder for people of all ages about the importance of getting vaccinated (shots). Preteens and teens are a group that you may not think about when talking about shots. Immunizations can help protect your preteen or teen from diseases… Read more >

National Infant Immunization Week

Did you know that making sure your children get their required immunizations (shots) is one of the most important ways for parents to protect their children against serious disease? Infants and children are particularly vulnerable to infectious diseases. Therefore, it is essential that children be protected by getting the immunizations that are recommended. National Immunization… Read more >