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Health Department
Health and Community Services
43525 Elizabeth Road, Mount Clemens, MI 48043
(586) 469-5235

Immunization Clinic

Immunizations for Infants, Children, Adolescents and Adults

The Macomb County Health Department Immunization Clinics provide vaccines to protect everyone in Macomb County from vaccine preventable disease.

Immunization services are currently available by appointment only. To make an appointment, call either the Mount Clemens Health Center (586-469-5372) or the Southwest Health Center (586-465-8537).



You can save time by printing and completing the forms at home before visiting one of our health centers.   Both forms must be completed by a parent or guardian.


Immunization Clinic Schedule


Mount Clemens/Central Health Service Center

43525 Elizabeth Road, Mount Clemens, MI 48043

Map to location

(586) 469-5372 to schedule an appointment


To make an appointment, call either the Mount Clemens Health Center (586-469-5372) or the Southwest Health Center (586-465-8537).



Southeast Family Resource Center

Map to location

25401 Harper, St. Clair Shores, MI 48081

(586) 466-6800


To make an appointment, call either the Mount Clemens Health Center (586-469-5372) or the Southwest Health Center (586-465-8537) location to schedule an appointment.



Southwest Health Center

Map to location

27690 Van Dyke, Warren, MI 48093

(586) 465-8537

To make an appointment, call either the Mount Clemens Health Center (586-469-5372) or the Southwest Health Center (586-465-8537).


Holiday Office Closures:

  • Monday, July 5 – Independence Day observed
  • Monday, September 6 – Labor Day
  • Monday, October 11 – Columbus Day



A parent or guardian MUST be available to sign clinic health forms for each child.

Please bring with you to the health center: immunization record(s) and valid Medicaid and/or Medicare card along with any supplemental insurance cards.

For appointments or more information, please call one of our health centers: Mount Clemens (586) 469-5372; Warren (586) 465-8537; St. Clair Shores (586) 466-6800.


Cost of Vaccines

  • Macomb County Health Department can bill some commercial insurances for immunization services.  Please contact one of our health centers to check if Macomb County Health Department is a provider for your commercial insurance. Final determination of eligibility/benefits must occur at time of service.
  • Macomb County Health Department does participate in the Vaccines for Children Program (VFC).  Participants of this program who are unable to afford the administration fee should talk with one of the clinic nurses.
  • Effective 1/3/2014 there is a vaccine administration charge of $10 for each vaccine given.  In addition, vaccine fees will be charged to individuals who are not eligible for Federal and/or State vaccine programs.  
  • Payment by cash, check or credit card. An enhanced access fee is applied for credit card usage, based on amount of service being charged. We cannot accept Health Savings Account (HSA) or debit card only transactions.
  • Medicaid/Medicare Part B will be billed for approved vaccines. At this time, we cannot bill for vaccines covered under Medicare Part D.
  • Adults may be eligible to receive certain vaccines at a reduced cost. Talk with your immunization nurse to see if you qualify.

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Vaccine Safety


Vaccine Recommendations for Adults

Why might some adults need vaccines?

Some adults incorrectly assume that the vaccines they received as children will protect them for the rest of their lives.  Generally this is true, except that:

  • some adults were never vaccinated as children
  • newer vaccines were not available when some adults were children
  • immunity can begin to fade over time
  • as we age we become more susceptible to serious disease caused by common infections (e.g. flu, pneumococcus)
  • Vaccine Recommendations for Adults



Vaccine Recommendations for Teenagers

The vaccines recommended for pre-teens and teens prevent serious, sometimes life-threatening infections.


Vaccine Recommendations for Infants and Children

Each day, nearly 12,000 babies are born in the United States who will need to be immunized before age two against 14 vaccine-preventable diseases.



Healthcare Provider Links

Tdap Vaccination and Pregnant Women  *NEW*

VIS (Vaccine Information Statements

In Michigan, it is important that vaccine recipients, their parent, or their legal representatives be given the Michigan versions of the VIS because the include information about the Michigan Care Improvement Registry (MCIR).

Information on the Vaccines for Children Program  (VFC)

Other Resources

Useful Links

Any Questions?

If you have any questions or comments, we'd like to hear from you.  Call any of the above centers or email us now.