Routine Childhood Vaccinations

Routine childhood vaccinations are highly recommended for protection against a number of different diseases. Vaccinations are typically given through baby stages, again before entering kindergarten or first grade, in the preteen years, and again in the adolescent age group.

Although we always recommend regular check-ups for your child with a primary caregiver, parents frequently bring their children to our experienced and friendly team of registered nurses at the Gallatin City-County Health Department for routine childhood vaccinations for a variety of reasons, including:

• Quick and convenient service close to downtown Bozeman

• Our sliding fee scale

• They pay only for the vaccination, not for an office visit

Cost

We have an income-based sliding fee scale, and we can bill insurance for those who have it. Please call for pricing questions, 406-582-3100.

Appointments

Call to schedule an appointment for routine childhood vaccinations: 406-582-3100

Location

Gallatin City-County Health Department

215 West Mendenhall in Bozeman

Resources

About Immunizations

Your Baby’s First Vaccines

Immunization schedule for infants and children

Immunization schedule for ages 7 through 18 years