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Immunizations are administered on Mondays from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm. The first Monday of every month we give immunizations from 8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. to accommodate working parents. No appointment is necessary.

Childhood Immunizations
The Marietta City Health Department’s immunization clinic is going through some changes, due to a change in the Ohio Department of Health’s vaccine program. In the past, we have received vaccine for free from the Ohio Department of Health. Unfortunately, this is changing and we now need to privately purchase vaccine for our immunization program. Due to these high costs and requirements from The Ohio Department of Health, we will need to see your child’s insurance card at each visit and your insurance will be billed for your child’s immunizations. The Ohio Department of Health does still offer vaccinations for children with no insurance.

All required vaccines are offered at the Marietta City Health Department. Medicaid and most insurances are accepted. To see if your child's vaccination record is up-to-date or for more information about childhood immunizations, please call 740-373-0611 Ext. 634. The table that follows is the recommended childhood immunization schedule.

Birth Hep B #1
2 Months

DtaP #1, IPV #1, Hib #1, PCV #1, Hep B #2, Rota #1

4 Months

DtaP #2, IPV #2, Hib #2, PCV #2, Rota #2

6 Months

DtaP #3, IPV #3, Hib #3, PCV #3, Hep B #3, Rota #3
Influenza (during flu season)

1 Year MMR #1, Varicella, Hep A #1, Influenza (during flu season)
15-18 Months

DtaP #4, Hib #4, PCV #4,
Hep A #2 (6 months after first dose), Influenza (during flu season)

4-6 Years DtaP #5, IPV #4, MMR #2, Varicella #2, Influenza (during flu season)
11-18 Years

Menactra, Tdap, HPV
(catch up for MMR#2, Hep B series, Varicella), Influenza (during flu season)















  • DtaP - diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis
  • Hep B - hepatitis B
  • IPV - polio
  • Hib - H. influenza
  • PCV - pneumococcal conjugate
  • Rota - rotavirus (oral)
  • Influenza - "flu shot"
  • MMR - measles, mumps, rubella
  • Varicella - chickenpox
  • Hep A - hepatitis A
  • Tdap - tetanus, dipththeria, pertussis for teens and adults
  • Menactra - meningococcal
  • HPV - human papillomavirus


Adult Immunizations
The following adult immunizations are offered at the Marietta City Health Department:

Hepatitis A Vaccine $60.00
Hepatitis B Vaccine $65.00
Hepatitis A and B Combination Vaccine $83.00
Immune Globulin (Hepatitis A) Call for Current Price

Influenza (flu shot)
Medicare and Medicaid accepted.

Japanese Encephalitis Call for Current Price
Menactra (meningococcal) $150.00
MMR (measles, mumps, rubella) $75.00
Polio $40.00
Pneumonia $85.00
Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis) $50.00
Typhoid $86.00
Varicella (chickenpox) $130.00
Yellow Fever $160.00
Men. B (Meningococcal B) $175.00
Shingles $180.00
Typhoid-Oral $75.00


















Medicaid is accepted for all adult vaccines. Medicare Part B is accepted for Influenza and Pneumonia Vaccines.

TB (Mantoux) Skin Tests
TB tests are also offered at the Marietta City Health Department for adults on Mondays at a cost of $10.00. Anyone receiving a TB test must return to the health department on the following Wednesday in order to have their TB test read. Medicaid is accepted for this service.

Traveling Vaccines
The Marietta City Health Department now offers vaccines for international travel for a one-time initial $15.00 office visit fee. Please call 740-373-0611 for more information.

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