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Vaccine Information

Parents and caretakers make decisions every day that impact their child’s health and future. Vaccines are the most effective way to protect your child from life-threatening illnesses.
With all the information available about vaccines, it’s important to learn the facts. Visit the Washington State Department of Health website to learn more.
To schedule an immunization appointment and health check-up, contact one of our clinics below:

Family Medicine
7530 204th Street NE, Arlington
875 Wesley Street, #130, Arlington
Camano Island
Family Medicine
127 N. East Camano Drive, Camano Island
Family Medicine
1190 Riddle Street, Darrington
Granite Falls
Family Medicine
1190 Riddle Street, Darrington
Mount Vernon
2320 Freeway Drive, Mount Vernon
Family Medicine
1400 E. Kincaid Street, Mount Vernon
Benson Family Medicine
110 N. LaVenture Road, Mount Vernon
Family Medicine Residency Clinic
819 S. 13th Street, Mount Vernon
Family Medicine
9631 269th Street NW, Stanwood

Access Your Immunization Record: MyIR

Did you know that you can access your family’s vaccination records through the Washington State Department of Health’s website? Click here to learn more! 

Community Immunity
When considering immunizations, many people think about the health of the individual, but vaccinations also protect the community at large. “Community Immunity” is a term used to describe the protection achieved by those who cannot immunize themselves.  Though newborn babies, pregnant women and people with weakened immune systems are not always able to be immunized, they are protected from diseases that are transmitted from person to person when surrounded by people who are immunized.

Serious complications from vaccinations are rare and the benefits, to the individual and the community, outweigh the risks. If you have questions or concerns about vaccines, talk with your child’s health care provider.

CDC Recommended Child and Adolescent Immunizations (2019)
CDC Recommended Adult Immunizations (2019)