1st floor between Green team and Gold team
Monday – Friday 0745-1530
Closed for lunch daily 1145-1230
*The clinic is closed on Fridays from 1300-1400 for staff training and development*
Patients are able to check in during the specified 1145-1230 lunch break, next patient in line will be seen at 1230. The clinic is closed for all federal holidays and the last business day before a federal holiday the clinic will close at 1430. This is a walk-in clinic ONLY no appointments necessary and hours of operations are subject to change based on clinic events & staff training.
CDC Immunization Schedules
Monday-Wednesday 0745-1500 check in prior to 1500
Thursday & Friday 0745-1300 check in prior to 1300
New Allergy patients MUST attend an allergy class prior to starting treatment. Classes are scheduled with one of the allergy nurses and are only done when an allergist is in the clinic (typically on Mondays or Wednesdays). A nurse will call you to schedule your appointment when your serums arrive. New serum prescriptions take 6-8 weeks to come in and during peak allergy season (February – May & August – October) the wait time for serums to arrive is much longer. Following your class you will get your initial injections, please plan on being in the clinic for at least 2 hours for your initial visit.
May 24/25, June 01, July 17/18, August 2/3/10, September 18/19, October 11/12/19 & November 27/28
January 3/4/11, February 19/20, March 14/15/22, April 30, May 1/23/24/31
EXPECT SIGNIFICANTLY LENGTHY WAIT TIMES FOR
IMMUNIZATION & ALLERGY SERVICES
THE IMMUNIZATION CLINIC WILL BE CONDUCTING AN IN-PROCESSING FOR MARINE SECURITY GROUP (MSG), DURING THIS IN-PROCESSING MSG MEMBERS RETAIN FRONT OF THE LINE PRIVILEGES. DEPENDENTS SHOULD EXPECT SIGNIFICANT DELAYS IN IMMUNIZATIONS & ALLERGY SERVICES
Travel vaccines Anthrax, JEV, Typhoid, and Yellow fever require a written prescription from a doctor. However, due to a shortage of Yellow Fever vaccine, only Active duty with orders to a country where Yellow Fever is required are allowed to receive this vaccine.
Children 5 years of age and under require a well-child visit before receiving vaccines
If your child is . . .
The child will have to see a doctor prior to getting immunizations