Our main office is located in Provo with Satellite Clinics inAmerican Fork, and Payson (for office hours and locations, click on links above). The Provo and American Fork Clinics both offer appointments, or walk-in's are welcome on a "first come/first-served" basis. Appointments can be made by calling 801-851-7024 for Provo or 801-851-7331 for American Fork. You can find addresses and office hours by clicking here.
We provide the following services:
Antibody titers (MMR & Varicella)
TB testing (No TB test on Thursday and after 4:30 pm daily)
Travel: consultations on immunizations required or suggested by destination. Appointments available by calling 801-851-7025 or by walk-in on first-come/first-serve basis
When coming for immunizations you must bring the following:
Besides our regular clinics, the UCHD has community clinics available that offer flu as well as other adult and childhood immunizations. These events vary in time and location, and are subject to change, so please check back for updates.
To speed up your check-in process, download and print the Screening Sheet (download English or Spanish).
5 to 7 pm
Payson City Center
439 West Utah Ave
Community clinics will begin again in Augst (besides the regular clinic in Payson).
* Corrected times
**Subject to change, please check back for updates
What vaccines do you need? Take a brief quiz at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's web site at www2a.cdc.gov/nip/adultimmsched to find out which adult or adolescent vaccines are recommended for you.
Pertussis, more commonly known as whooping cough, is making a comeback. In 2011, 162 cases of pertussis were reported in Utah County. This number could have been significantly higher because of the number of cases that go unreported. In 2010, there were 38 reported cases of pertussis in Utah County.
In response to the pertussis resurgence, Utah County Health Department is able to offer Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis) vaccine for $15.00 to individuals who are 19 years of age or older that are uninsured or underinsured.
Anyone having contact with young children, including parents, grandparents, caregivers, nursing students, and child care workers should be immunized with Tdap.