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Call 440-284-3206 to schedule vaccine appointments.

All required and recommended vaccines for children and adults are available. Before your vaccine visit with LCPH, locate and bring: 

Payment: We bill most private insurances, Medicaid and Medicare. Call your insurance company for details. Cash, check and VISA or MasterCard are also accepted. 

  • No child is turned away from vaccination for inability to pay. Children are eligible for no-cost vaccines through the Vaccines for Children Program if they are younger than 19 years of age and are: on Medicaid, uninsured, underinsured, American Indian or Alaska Native. 
  • Limited no-cost vaccines are available for adults age 19 years or older who are uninsured or underinsured - call for details.

Travel Clinic

LCPH can help protect your health while traveling abroad by providing any needed vaccines and prescribed medicines. Schedule an appointment to learn how to prevent sickness due to insect bites, food and water issues, high altitude and other risks. At least 6 weeks before your trip: 

  1. Complete and submit the Traveler History Form. To have a form mailed to you, call 440-284-3206.
  2. An LCPH nurse will call to review your travel plans and health history with you.
  3. The nurse will schedule your travel health appointment.

During the travel health appointment, you and the nurse will discuss: 

  • Departure and return dates.
  • Locations you will visit (health risks can vary by location).
  • Types of places you will stay (e.g. hotels, private homes, etc.).
  • Where you will eat meals and get water to drink.
  • Types of activities you have planned (e.g. sightseeing, hiking, healthcare mission).
  • Your medical history (e.g. medicines, allergies, chronic conditions).
  • Your vaccine record - bring it to your appointment.

Available travel vaccines include:

  • Chickenpox (Varicella)
  • COVID-19
  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B
  • Influenza
  • Japanese encephalitis
  • MMR (measles, mumps, rubella)
  • Meningococcal
  • Polio
  • Rabies
  • Tetanus
  • Typhoid
  • Yellow fever