Southeastern Idaho Public Health


Protecting your child’s health is one of the most important things you can do as a parent. Vaccinating your child against numerous diseases is just one of the steps you can take in safeguarding their health.

Vaccine Information Statements

Information from the CDC regarding all vaccines


Idaho’s Immunization Registry


Information from the CDC regarding vaccination schedules and timing.

Links to more vaccine information:

Idaho Department of Health and Welfare
Immunization Action Coalition
CDC - Vaccine Safety
CDC - Vaccines and Immunizations

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Some adults think that the vaccines they received as children will protect them for the rest of their lives. This may be true, but there are some exceptions:

  • Some adults were never vaccinated as children.
  • Newer vaccines were not available when some adults were children.
  • Immunity can begin to fade over time.
  • Vaccinated adults can protect infants who are not yet fully vaccinated from some diseases, like pertussis and flu.
  • Some vaccines are only for adults. Others are required for travel or recommended for certain jobs.

Adult immunization schedule from the CDC.

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Seasonal Influenza

Southeastern Idaho Public Health offers both adult and pediatric influenza vaccinations at all 7 of their county locations. The CDC recommends that everyone receive at least one dose of influenza vaccine every year. Please contact us for more information or to make an appointment to receive your influenza vaccination.

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Immunizations Links & Downloads

  Immunization Fact Sheets (provided by CDC)
  Guide to the Requirements of the Idaho School Immunization Law for Grades K-12
  Recommended Immunization Schedule (CDC)
  Frequently asked questions about childhood immunization (information for parents)
  National Immunization Program (CDC)