Immunization Services during COVID-19:

To schedule an appointment:

  2. Call the Coalville, Park City, or Kamas office to schedule an appointment. (numbers listed below)
  3. Please bring your child’s immunization card (yellow card).
  4. Arrive 5 minutes before your appointment.

When you arrive:

  1. Call the office when you arrive in the parking lot
  2. STAY IN YOUR CAR or if arriving by bus STAY OUTSIDE THE BUILDING.
  3. A staff member will come to your car, and you will need to complete the usual paperwork, plus a COVID-19 symptom checklist. We will also take your temperature.
  4. The nurse will come to your car and escort you into the building. You are required to put on a mask before entering the building and use hand sanitizer.
  1. Adults needing immunizations will receive the vaccine while they are in their car.
  2. Please, only 1 child with a parent at a time in the building
  3. The nurse will administer the vaccine(s)
  4. Total time to complete this process is about 1 hour
  5. You will be escorted out of the building

Agendar una cita:

  2. Llame a la oficina (PC, K, números de CV) para programar una cita.
  3. Por favor traiga la tarjeta de vacunación de su hijo (tarjeta amarilla).
  4. Llegue 5 minutos antes de su cita.

Cuando llegues:

  1. Llame a la oficina (PC, K, números de CV) cuando llegue al estacionamiento.
  3. El miembro del personal de SCHD irá a su automóvil y deberá completar la documentación habitual, además de una lista de verificación de síntomas de COVID-19 (ver a continuación o adjunta) y tomar su temperatura.
  4. La enfermera vendrá a llevarte a tu auto y te acompañará al edificio. Debes ponerte una máscara antes de entrar al edificio y usar desinfectante para manos
  1. Los adultos que necesitan vacunas recibirán la vacuna mientras estén en su automóvil.
  2. Por favor, solo 1 niño con un padre a la vez en el edificio
  3. La enfermera administrará la (s) vacuna (s)
  4. El tiempo total para completar este proceso es de aproximadamente 1 hora.
  5. Serás escoltado fuera del edificio.

**Please note that Summit County Health Department staff will be wearing PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) such as face masks, goggles or plastic face shield, gloves, a protective gown. Rooms will be cleaned after each patient. Our goal is to provide services to you keeping both you and our employees safe.

** Tenga en cuenta que el personal del Departamento de Salud del Condado de Summit usará PPE (equipo de protección personal) como máscaras faciales, gafas o careta de plástico, guantes, una bata protectora. Las habitaciones se limpiarán después de cada paciente. Nuestro objetivo es brindarle servicios para que usted y nuestros empleados estén seguros.

Contact Us

Coalville Office
  • 85 North 50 East, Coalville
  • 435-336-3234
Kamas Office
  • 110 N Main, Kamas
  • 435-783-3161.
Park City Office
  • 650 Round Valley Drive, Park City
  • 435-333-1500

SCHD bills some insurance for child and adult vaccines, please call to determine if we can bill your insurance.

Understanding Vaccines

It is hard to fully appreciate how vaccines have revolutionized modern medicine. has put together a public awareness campaign on the timeline, effectiveness and importance of these life-saving tools. Visit their site by clicking here.

For a complete listing of vaccines for your children, visit the CDC – For Parents: Vaccines for Your Children site.

Vaccine Recommendations and Requirements

Immunization Exemption Form for Parents
Childhood Vaccination Requirements
Adolescent Vaccination Recommendations
College Vaccination Recommendations
Missionary Vaccination Requirements
Adult Vaccination Recommendations
Immunizations for Pregnant Women
Vaccination Exemption Information
Parents’ Guide to Childhood Immunization
Influenza and Vaccination Information

Immunizations are one of public health’s greatest triumphs and an important aspect of preventive medicine appropriate for all ages. With the exception of safe water, no other health strategy, not even the production of antibiotics, has had such a tremendous effect on reducing disease and improving health. Despite the availability of safe and effective immunizations, thousands of cases of infectious disease continue to occur in the United States annually – diseases that could be prevented by immunization.

It is a common misconception that only babies need immunizations for health and wellness. Immunization is a lifelong, life-protecting community effort. Recommended immunizations begin soon after birth and should continue throughout life; click on age-specific groups above. By staying on target with recommended immunizations, we are not only protecting our families and ourselves; we also protect those around us who would otherwise be exposed to vaccine-preventable diseases.

Adolescent vaccine-preventable diseases and deaths continue to occur among ages 11-19.

Consider the following facts:
  • In the United States, the highest rates of hepatitis A occur among children and adolescents ages 5-14, and most cases can be attributed to person-to-person contact.
  • More than 80,000 new cases of hepatitis B are estimated to occur in the United States each year. Of these cases, 8% strike adolescents. The hepatitis B virus is 100 times more infectious than HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.
  • Worldwide, there are approximately five million adolescents and young adults are unprotected against rubella (German measles).
    Disease outbreaks occur when immunization rates decline. The potential for disease outbreaks is high in areas where substantial members of under-immunized children and adolescents reside.
  • Chickenpox is common in the United States and virtually all persons who are not immunized are at an increased risk for contracting chickenpox in adulthood. The risk of complications and death from chickenpox can be up to two to three times greater for adolescents and young adults than children and 10 to 20 times greater for those over 30.

Make certain that your adolescents are protected against these potentially fatal diseases:

Hepatitis A * Hepatitis B * Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) * Varicella (chickenpox)

 Tetanus-diphtheria-acellular pertussis (Tdap) * Meningococcal Meningitis.

Travel Immunizations

Are you planning a trip abroad? Remember that vaccine immunity may be the most important thing you take with you.

The Summit County Health Department wants to remind all residents that if you are planning on traveling out of the country, make sure your immunization needs are assessed and your vaccinations completed in plenty of time to assure immunity. Most vaccines build immunity in approximately one week to ten days. However, immunizing against some diseases requires multiple vaccinations and may take six months or more to complete.

The Health Department offers the following travel vaccines:

  • Hepatitis A & B
  • Tdap
  • Polio
  • Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR)
  • Varicella

Vaccine needs vary considerably from country to country. Be sure to find out which vaccines you will need as soon as you know your travel plans. To find out which immunizations are needed for the region you will be visiting, visit the Centers for Disease Control Travel website at