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State Immunization Surveys

Contact the Immunization Section

  •  850-245-4342
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    Fax

    850-922-4195
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    Mailing Address

    Florida Department of Health 

    Immunization Section 

    4052 Bald Cypress Way, Bin A11 

    Tallahassee, FL 32399-1719 

Each year, the Immunization Program conducts surveys to evaluate immunization coverage levels among select age groups in Florida, and distributes the following reports.

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Type of Survey

Assessment of County Health Department (CHD) Clinic Immunization Coverage Levels

The Immunization Program completes the annual assessment of immunization coverage levels of one- and two-year-old children receiving services in County Health Departments to evaluate clinic immunization coverage rates. (Reports from some years are currently unavailable online. If you need copies of those reports, please contact us at immunization@flhealth.gov.)

Survey of Immunization Levels in Two-Year-Old Children

This is an annual immunization survey of randomly selected two-year-old children born in Florida. The survey provides estimated immunization coverage levels for certain counties, as well as statewide rates. This survey is conducted to determine immunization levels among two-year-old children, to evaluate Florida's success in immunizing children on schedule, and to measure immunization levels of children based on high-risk maternal factors.

Childcare Facilities and Head Start Immunization Assessment

This assessment evaluates the immunization status of preschool children in randomly selected facilities in accordance with the immunization schedule recommended by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the American Academy of Family Physicians. (Reports from some years are currently unavailable online. If you need copies of those reports, please contact us at immunization@flhealth.gov.)

Kindergarten and Seventh Grade Immunization Status Report

This report is an individual analyses for kindergarten and seventh grade status by county. Public and private schools submit reports regarding the immunization status of their kindergarten and seventh grade students, as required by Chapter 1003.22(8), Florida Statutes. (Reports from some years are currently unavailable online. If you need copies of those reports, please contact us at immunization@flhealth.gov.)

Kindergarten and Seventh Grade Validation Assessment

This survey of a sample of student records in randomly selected schools is conducted to evaluate the accuracy of the annual Kindergarten and Seventh Grade Immunization Status Report results and to determine if any improvement in immunization levels occurred since the initial assessment. (Reports from some years are currently unavailable online. If you need copies of those reports, please contact us at immunization@flhealth.gov.)

Immunization Program Assessments Ranked by County

The five major Immunization Program immunization assessments described above, presented in one report. (Reports from some years are currently unavailable online. If you need copies of those reports, please contact us at immunization@flhealth.gov.)

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