The Snohomish Health District will continue offering vaccinations and tuberculosis (TB) skin testing at its Lynnwood immunization clinic through June 30, 2015. We encourage our clients to connect with their primary care providers or check out the Frequently Asked Questions guide for additional resources in the community moving forward. To learn more about the closure, please read the recent press release.
For information on what vaccines are recommended for all age groups, see our Immunizations page. To learn more about travel consultations and immunization services, visit the Travel Vaccines page.
Immunization Records requests:
Immunization Records Request Form for individual or child
Immunization Records Request Form for two or more children under 18 years of age
Lice & scabies information line: 425.339.5269
TB skin testing information line: 425.339.5271
Clinic fees for vaccinations, services
|Travel office visit
||$23 per vaccine
|TB skin test
For service fees that vary or for those not listed, please call the Snohomish Health District for an estimate.
Paying for your clinic visit
Payment is due on the day of service in the form of check, cash, Mastercard or Visa/credit. We accept Provider One, Apple Health (Medicaid), and Medicare (flu and pneumonia vaccine only), but do not bill private insurance. If you have private insurance, you will be provided with a receipt to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement.
We offer a sliding fee scale based on your household income and size. Travel services and TB skin tests do not qualify for reduced fees.
Vaccinations available from our clinics
Our Immunization Clinics carry all recommended vaccines to prevent disease in children and most vaccines recommended for adults.
Many vaccine formulas cover more than one disease and you may need a series of shots before you are fully vaccinated. The following recommended adult vaccine chart lists the cost of the vaccine plus a $25 administration fee.
|Hepatitis A (2 in series)
|Hepatitis B (3 in series)
|Hepatitis A/B (3 in series)
|Haemophilus Influenzae B (HIB)
|Inactivated polio virus (IPV)
|Measles, mumps, rubella (MMR)
| Pneumonia (PCV 13)
|Rabies pre-exposure (3 in series)
|Varicella (chicken pox)
Types of Immune Globulin offered
Immune Globulin is a made from human blood serum which has high concentrations of antibodies against ready to fight against certain viruses and bacteria. It provides temporary immunity.
- Immune globulin (IG)
- Tetanus (TIG)
Immune Globulin Question & Answers