Snow Hill Health Center
| Phone: 410-632-1100
Hours: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Immunizations are an important and easy way to prevent many serious diseases that affect both children and adults.
The health department provides services to reduce the number of cases of diseases that are preventable with vaccines. These services include:
- Education and outreach to increase awareness of immunization recommendations and requirements.
- Computerized tracking to ensure children age 3 and under receive immunizations, preventative services, and remain in medical care.
- Childhood immunization services for residents 18 years of age or younger, who lack a primary medical provider or who are uninsured. Parents may call the health department to make an appointment for their children to receive the following childhood immunizations: hepatitis A and B, rotavirus, seasonal influenza, pneumococcal (PCV), polio (IPV), measles, mumps, rubella (MMR), Diptheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (DTaP), human papillomavirus (HPV), haemophilus influenza type b (Hib), and meningococcal vaccinations.
- The health department provides adults age 19 and older with tetanus, varicella, measles, mumps, rubella, flu, pneumonia, hepatitis A and B and meningococcal vaccinations.
- Anyone who plans to travel overseas may contact the health department to receive the recommended immunizations, find out about other health precautions to take while traveling.
- Immunizations required as part of the immigration process are also available.
School Immunization Clinics
To schedule back to school vaccines, please call 410-632-1100 option 4.
For immunization schedules, click below:
Who can get this service?
- Adult services are available to anyone 19 years and older.
- Youth services are available to anyone 18 years and under.
Where is this service provided?
How much does this service cost?
- Costs vary. Some insurance accepted. Please call to ask about the costs of immunizations and administration fees.
- Childhood immunizations are available through the federal Vaccines for Children Program at no charge if the child is uninsured, under insured, or Native American.
These services are provided by the Nursing Program.