Vaccine Fees

Cartoon bear standing holding both paws up with a thumbs up, wearing a blue cap with a California state logoGetting your child immunize can be inexpensive. If your infant or child does not have health coverage or parents/guardians can’t afford immunization cost, the Imperial County Public Health Department provides alternatives ways for infant and children ages 2 months to 18 years to obtain their immunizations at a low-cost or no-cost.

If you don’t have insurance, your child may be able to qualify for up to no-cost through a Vaccine for Children (VFC) state program that is available at the Imperial County Health Department.

Imperial County Public Health Department
Private Vaccine Fee Schedule
Vaccine: Fee:
DTaP (Pediatric) $ 43.00
DTaP, Polio (Pediatric) $ 73.00
DTaP, IPV, Hep B (Pediatric) $ 91.00
Hepatitis A (Pediatric) $ 49.00
Hepatitis A & B (Adult) $ 101.00
Hepatitis A (Adult) $ 63.00
Hepatitis B (Adult) Engerix-B $ 67.00
Hepatitis B (Adult) Heplisav-B $ 125.00
Hepatitis B (Pediatric) $ 40.00
Haemophilus Influenza $ 33.00
Human Papillomavirus (HPV) $ 224.00
Japanese Encephalitis Special Order
Meningococcal Group A, C, Y, W-135 $ 127.00
Meningococcal Group B $ 170.00
MMR $ 92.00
Pneumococcal Conjugate (PCV 13) $ 203.00
Pneumonia (23) $ 107.00
Polio $ 53.00
Rabies $ 333.00
Rotavirus (Pediatric) $ 104.00
Shingles (Adult) $ 162.00
Tdap $ 59.00
Tetanus/Diptheria $ 51.00
Typhoid $ 118.00
Varicella $ 143.00
Administration Fee - Vaccines for Children (VFC) Program & 317 Funded Vaccines $10.00
*If client cannot pay, administration fee is waived.
* VFC vaccine can only be administered to children from birth through 18 years of age and who meet at least one of the following criterias: 1) Medi-Cal Eligible, 2) Uninsured, 3) American Indian & Alaskan Native
* Vaccines covered under the VFC Program includes: Dtap/Dt, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, Hib, HPV, Influenza, Meningococcal Conjugate, MMR, Pneumococcal Conjugate, Polio (IPV), Rotavirus, Td, Tdap, and Varicella (some of these vaccines may be available as combination vaccines: Kinrix (Dtap/Polio), Pediarix (Dtap/Polio/Hep. B), and Pentacel (Dtap/Polio, Hib) )
* State general funded influenza vaccines can be administered to children and adults of all ages.
* Uninsured and Underinsured Adults (19 years of age and older) are eligible for the following 317 funded vaccines: Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, HPV, Meningococcal Conjugate, MMR, Pnuemococcal Conjugate, Td (Only when Tdap is not inidcated), Tdap, Varicella, and Shingles. *Underinsured Adults are eligible only if listed vaccines are not covered by insurance.
Revised 09/06/2018