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Oklahoma Immunization Service

This section is designed to provide you with reliable information and resources to help you make decisions about vaccines.  
As a major unit of the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s Prevention and Preparedness Services the Immunization Service works to stop diseases before they start by promoting vaccination of all Oklahomans by:

Certificate of Exemption Form ODH Form #216A (72k.pdf)

State of Oklahoma Official Shot Record  ( 390k.pdf)

Do you know about 1 in 4 Americans have HPV, a virus that can cause cancer?

Today, we have two safe, effective vaccines that can prevent cancer-causing HPV.
HPV vaccine is cancer prevention! Vaccinate kids at 11-12 years.
Learn more here: HPV Vaccines: Vaccinating Your Pre-Teen or Teen (CDC Website)

Questioning Whether To Get Your Child the HPV Vaccine? Read This (Shot of Prevention Website)

Boy about to get an immunization

The new Oklahoma State Immunization Information System (OSIIS) is now live

Training opportunities, information and updates are available here: OSIIS page
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Learn about the life-saving power of vaccines: 

 

Immunization Service Contact Information:
Telephone: 1-800-234-6196 or
(405) 271-4073
Fax: (405) 271-6133
E-mail: immunize@health.ok.gov
Web Site: http://imm.health.ok.gov

 

 

 


Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Where can I get immunizations for my child?
A: Contact your regular doctor. If you don't have a doctor call your local county health department. Information on how to contact your county health department may be found here.

Q: Why Vaccinate?
A: Vaccinations can save your child's life; vaccination protects others you care about; and vaccinations can save your family time and money.


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