At present, no system has been established to ensure that all Austin children complete the recommended immunization series by their second birthday. Therefore, it is critical for healthcare providers to use ever opportunity to provide the necessary vaccinations.
The PCC Immunization Program provides immunizations for children and young adolescents, with special emphasis on accelerating interventions to improve the immunization coverage of children 2 years of age or younger. Approximately 75% of the immunizations given by the clinic are for children 0-6 years, with almost 50% given to children 0-2.
In addition to the vaccinations administered to our regular patients, the Immunization Program also conducts a Walk-in Immunization Clinics for patients and non – PCC patients. During our Walk-in Immunization Clinics we offer free routine immunizations for individuals 18 years of age or younger who do not have medical insurance or whose medical insurance does not cover immunizations. (We do accept Medicaid & CHIP). Please call 708-3199 for the weekly schedule.
August 2007 Back-to-school Immunization Clinic. PCC hosts an annual back-to-school clinic one weekend each August. Read all about the 2007 Immunization Clinic.
August 2006 Immunization Clinic - Read about last year's back-to-school clinic and see what it's all about. Also available are the press releases from th 2006. You can read the Spanish Version or the English Version.
Georgia L. Armstrong, BSN, RN (Biography)
The Austin Business Journal names Georgia Armstrong a 2007 Healthcare Hero!
Support for the Immunization Program provided by...
Carl C. Anderson, Sr. and Marie Joe Anderson Charitable Foundation
Theodore P. Davis Charitable Trust
Meyer Levy Charitable Foundation
Dr. Henry Renfert, Jr. Fund of the Austin Community Foundation
St. David's Community Health Foundation
Wright Family Foundation
(since January 1, 2006)
Immunizations Resources and Information on the Web
Information about theNational Infant Immunization Week
The Every Child By Two Organization
Information from the American Academy of Pediatrics
Information from the CDC - National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases