Clinic is held Monday’s 7:30 am – 4:00 pm, by appointment only
Phone: 513-695-1262 or 513-695-1467

Service Fees:
Varies depending on immunization, + $15 administration fee
There is also a nurse consultation fee for your first visit. $30 for in county client, $40 for out of county client.

Vaccine Fees are subject to change at any time. Please verify the fee when calling in or during your visit. Children that are underinsured or uninsured, the cost would only be the $15 admin fee for each vaccine.
TypeVaccine Fee
~Vaccine Fees are subject to change at any time. Please verify the fee when calling in or during your visit. Children that are underinsured or uninsured, the cost would only be the $15 admin fee for each vaccine.
Travel Nurse Consultation Fee (in county)$30
Travel Nurse Consultation Fee (out of county)$40
Hepatitis A (19 and Over)$36 + $15 admin fee
Hepatitis A/B (Twinrix)$59 + $15 admin fee
Hepatitis B (19 ONLY) $17 + $15 admin fee
Hepatitis B (20 and OVER)$40 + $15 admin fee
Menengitis-Menveo $98 + $15 admin fee
Menengitis B-Bexsero$136 + $15 admin fee
Twinrix Combo Hep A/Hep B$59 + $15 admin fee
Typhoid, Injectable(ITV)(lasts 2 years)$70 + $15 admin fee
Yellow Fever (YFV) (lasts 10 years)$139 + $15 admin fee

RSS CDC Travel Notices

  • Watch - Measles in the Philippines April 11, 2018
    There is an outbreak of measles in the Philippines. Travelers to the Philippines should make sure they are vaccinated against measles with the MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella) vaccine.
  • Alert - Malaria in South Africa April 6, 2018
    The United Kingdom (UK) has reported cases of malaria in UK residents who had returned from the Waterberg district municipality of Limpopo Province in South Africa. Waterberg had not previously been considered an area with malaria; however, local cases have been reported in the past.
  • Alert - Listeriosis in South Africa March 16, 2018
    There is an outbreak of listeriosis in South Africa. People usually become ill with listeriosis after eating contaminated foods. Travelers to South Africa, especially those with higher risk of infection, may wish to avoid certain foods to reduce their risk of infection.
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