Immunizations are provided free for eligible children ages 6 weeks - 18 years.

Adults (age 19 years and up) will be charged a fee.

Flu Shots

The Florida Department of Health in Santa Rosa County is now offering flu vaccines for adults and children. Please call the Health Department (850-983-5200) for pricing. Cash, credit cards, and checks are accepted. We also accept Medicare Part B for flu shots if it is your primary insurance. Vaccines are free for eligible children 18 years old and under through the Vaccines for Children program. Please call for more information.

Florida School Requirements:

*Note: This page contains materials in the Portable Document Format (PDF). The free Adobe Reader may be required to view these files.

The Immunization Guidelines (.pdf 54kb) for the State of Florida cover entry, attendance or transfer to preschools, public/non-public schools (K-12), licensed daycare facilities, and family day care homes. The school the child attends will have on file a Florida Certification of Immunization (also referred to as a "Form 680").

No Shots, No School, No Kidding!

For your convenience, we have provided immunization forms that you can download, print, fill out, and bring in.

If you need a record of immunizations required for school or daycare:

    Form 680 Request (.pdf 64kb)

If you are requesting an immunization (a "shot"):

    Immunization Request (.pdf 10kb)

Hours of Operation:

Immunizations are provided on a walk-in basis, no appointment is necessary.

Due to severe damage caused by flooding in April, the Florida Department of Health in Santa Rosa County Midway location remains closed until further notice.

     Milton Clinic      -



(850) 983-5200

8:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m., 1:00 p.m.–3:30 p.m.

8:00 a.m.–11:30 a.m., 1:00 p.m.–3:30 p.m.

     Midway Clinic    -


Closed until further notice.

     Jay Clinic          -

     First Wednesday of the month:

(850) 675-4211

9:00 a.m.–noon


Vaccination Schedules

Please see the links below for a list of recommended immunizations from the American Academy of Pediatrics based upon the person's age.

    Childhood Schedule (birth-6 years old)

    Preteens and Teens Schedule (7-18 years old)

    Adults Schedule

Immunization Stories

    Unprotected People Reports - an online collection of more than 100 personal

    accounts and case reports about vaccine-preventable diseases.

    The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia - personal stories about vaccine-preventable


Immunization Coloring Book

Your Friends at the Zoo Say Immunize 
			by Two! - Opens a new windowFriends at the Zoo is a immunization coloring book you can download in English or Spanish. Click on the image to go to the download page.






For More Information

    Please visit: Florida Health or Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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