You will find the seasonal flu clinics and these monthly clinics on our calendar.

KHHD currently provides immunizations to both children and adults. We gladly accept and bill most insurance plans. New clients must provide an immunization record.

What to Bring for Your Immunization Visit:

  • The patient’s shot record;
  • Photo ID and insurance card
  • Consent for Medical/Surgical Care/Emergency Treatment and Child’s Medical Information form
  • Patient HIPAA Consent form
  • Signed note if your child will be brought to his/her appointment by an adult other than the child’s parent or legal guardian.

We Can Bill the Following Insurance Plans on Your Behalf:

  • Anthem & Anthem Medicare plans
  • Aetna & Aetna Medicare plans
  • Buckeye Community Health Plan Medicaid Managed Care & Dually Enrolled Medicaid/Medicare plans
  • CareSource Medicaid Managed Care & Just for Me plans
  • United HealthCare
  • Molina Medicaid Managed Care
  • Ohio Medicaid
  • Paramount Advantage Medicaid Managed Care

Please note that many insurances are now applying vaccinations to your plan’s deductible. It your responsibility to check with your insurance regarding your immunization coverage!
How Much Will My Immunizations Cost:

  • Many healthcare plans cover recommended childhood immunizations as a preventive service with no out of pocket cost for the patient, but you should check with your plan to be sure what is covered for you.
  • Healthcare plans cover some adult immunizations as preventive services, but not all. Medicare Part B only covers flu and pneumonia vaccines preventively. Adults are strongly encouraged to contact their healthcare plan to be sure what is covered for them.
  • If you have in-network healthcare coverage, you will be charged any required copay or deductible at the time of service. The rest of your visit will be billed to insurance. If any of your services are not covered by your insurance, you will be responsible for those charges.
  • Children with no insurance, insurance that does not cover immunizations, American Indians, and Alaskan Natives may be eligible for the Vaccine for Children (VFC) Program. No VFC child will be turned away for an inability to pay.

The following links to CDC and Ohio Department of Health provide information on the recommended ages for routine childhood and adult vaccinations. Check back yearly for updated schedules and changes to vaccination requirements. A catch up schedule is also available for missed or late doses.

Children (0-18 years)

Adults (19 years and older)

Immunization Clinic Hours

Thursdays
8:30am until 4pm – by appointment

2nd Wednesday
9:00am until 12:00pm – Forest Clinic
1:30pm until 4p- Dunkirk Clinic

3rd Tuesday
9:00am until 4p- Ada Clinic

Individual vaccination sheets can be found by clicking here.

Additional Resources