The Erie County Department of Health provides immunizations to prevent the following diseases:
- Varicella (chicken pox)
- Measles, mumps and rubella (MMR)
- Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (DTap, Td, Tdap)
- Hepatitis (Hep A and B)
- Haemophilus type B (Hib)
- Human papilloma virus (HPV)
- Influenza (seasonal)
- Meningitis (meningococcal)
- Pneumonia (pneumococcal, Prevnar)
- Polio (IPV)
For information or to schedule an appointment, call the Erie County Department of Health at 814-451-6777.
Infants and young children are often at higher risk of serious problems if they get a vaccine-preventable disease. Make sure they get all their immuniza ons on me, everytime.
Children in child care and school may be exposed to diseases. It is important for their immunizations to be up to date. It’s not too late to catch up. If your child missed any immunizations recommended at younger ages, be sure to catch up now.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health requires certain immunizations for attendance at schools in the state.
Teens and young adults should catch up on all missed immunizations to protect themselves and others against disease. In addition to a yearly flu shot, teens should get three vaccines to protect against serious and preventable disease.
Pennsylvania’s immunization requirements for school attendance continue into the teen years.
- Erie County Department of Health Immunization Brochure
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention immunization schedules
- Pennsylvania Department of Health
- Immunization Action Coalition
Immunization Coalition of Erie County
The Immunization Coalition of Erie County is made up of organizations in the public, private and nonprofit sectors and supported by the Erie County Department of Health. The purpose of the Immunization Coalition is to increase public awareness about immunizations and seek community support to achieve and maintain full immunization of all infants, children, teens and adults in Erie County.