Las Vegas Immunization Clinics for Students Heading Back-to-School

LAS VEGAS, NEV. (August 17, 2015)— Summer break is almost over and now is the time for children and teens to receive school-required immunizations. Starting Monday, August 24, Clark County and University of Nevada, Las Vegas students head back to the classroom.

Children heading into daycare, elementary, middle school and college are required, by Nevada State Law, to be compliant and up-to-date with their immunizations.

Parents can easily access their child’s immunization records by contacting their healthcare provider, visiting Nevada WebIZ’s parent portal at or by calling the Nevada WebIZ helpdesk at (775) 684-5954.

All students entering 7th grade must get a Tdap booster shot to enter school.

Where to Get Immunizations:

Immunize Nevada recommends parents first check with their children’s primary healthcare provider to receive the required back-to-school immunizations. Those children without a medical home can access the following events or community clinics offering back-to-school immunizations. Immunization costs vary, and those children without insurance qualify for the Vaccines for Children Program (VFC).  Those with insurance should bring their cards.

For more information, please visit or call (775) 624-7117.

Community Events



Event Name



Saturday, August 22nd


Health Fair & Shot Clinic

Southern NV Health District

330 S Valley View Blvd,

Las Vegas, NV 89152

Saturday, August 22nd


Cox Comm. Back To School Fair

Galleria Mall

1300 W. Sunset Rd.,

Henderson, NV 89014

Saturday, August 22nd


Back To School Shots & Physicals

First Person Care Clinics

1200 S. 4th Street #111, Las Vegas, NV, 89104

Saturday, August 22nd

8:15am- 12:30pm


Mexican Consulate

823 S. 6th Street,

Las Vegas, NV 89104

Immunize Nevada advocates for and educates about the benefits of vaccines and fosters statewide collaboration to achieve Nevada’s health priorities. Immunize Nevada’s vision is for healthy communities across Nevada being protected from vaccine-preventable disease. For more information, visit

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