This program provides immunization services for all ages across our life span to protect us, our families, and our communities from vaccine preventable diseases. The program provides immunization services for clients two months of age through adults.
Travel vaccines are also available.
Program goals include:
Continued training and education to keep abreast with new CDC guidelines for vaccine preventable diseases
Collaborate with the WIC Program to ensure children’s immunizations are up to date
Promote teen vaccines
Promote travel vaccines
Provide flu clinics
Provide case management for TB Program
Provide case management for Hepatitis B and Perinatal Hepatitis B Program
Provide case management for post-exposure testing of blood borne incidents
Approved vaccine for children provider which offers vaccines to children with Medicaid, under-insured, non-insured, or American Indian
Butte-Silver Bow Health Department Walk-IN-Flu Clinics Schedule:
Wednesday, September 27, 2017 from 7:30 A.M-1:00 P.M,
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Tips for Your Health Videos
The short public service announcements videos included below were produced by the Butte-Silver Bow Health Department and KXLF TV and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. They provide quick tips for your health.