Making appointments for immunizations at a Southern Nevada Health District public health center is now more convenient with the launch of its new online system. Starting today, immunization clinic clients can make their own appointments online through the Patient Portal at for travel, flu, measles, rubella, pertussis, hepatitis A and B, and other routine vaccines offered at all four of the Health District’s immunization clinic locations. People who may not have online access or need additional assistance making appointments, may call (702) 759-0850.

The appointment system is the same one currently used to make appointments for COVID-19 vaccines. The Health District’s immunization clinics are open Monday through Friday. Walk-in immunization services may be accommodated based on availability at the 280 S. Decatur Blvd. public health center. Appointments are required at the East Las Vegas, Henderson, and Mesquite public health centers.

This year, Clark County School District’s school year begins on Monday, August 8, and the Health District is encouraging parents and guardians not to wait until the last minute to ensure their children are appropriately immunized. This new appointment system will make it easier for them to schedule their children’s appointments in advance and check vaccinations off their back-to-school to-do list. More information about school-required immunizations and Health District back-to-school clinics is available at

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