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Immunization Clinic
Room 30 (Basement Level), John H. Mulroy Civic Center
421 Montgomery Street,
Syracuse, New York 13202
Phone 315.435.2074


Vaccines and Immunizations

Are your children up to date with their shots? The Immunization Clinic provides shots to children two months of age up to their 19th birthday. Parents or legal guardians must come to clinic and stay with their children. The Clinic can also provide the MMR vaccination to adults at least 18 years old when it is required by their school or college. Flu vaccination is available seasonally. Please note that the Clinic does not provide the Shingles (Zoster) vaccine—please contact your health care provider or pharmacy.

Hours by Appointment:

Wednesdays, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm by appointment only.

Please call 315.435.2074.


$25.00 per person for one vaccine, or $30.00 per person if getting more than one vaccine.

A sliding fee scale is available. Inability to pay is not a barrier to care.



HPV Vaccine


The Immunization Program participates with NYS Fee For Service Medicaid and Medicaid Managed Care Programs (Total Care, Fidelis and United Health Care).

Effective October 1, 2012 the Onondaga County Immunization Clinic is no longer able to provide vaccines to children who are fully insured by private health insurance. In addition, the clinic is not able to provide vaccines to adults with any form of insurance, including Medicaid and Medicare, unless you are a college student and require an MMR for enrollment. If you have health insurance please contact your own health care provider to schedule an appointment.


If you have any questions regarding your availability to receive vaccines at Onondaga County Immunization Clinic, please call us at 315.435.2074.

Are your child's shots up to date?


Adults need immunizations, too!

Check out the CDC Recommended Immunization Schedule for Adults

For more information about immunizations, visit:


Immunization ProvidersSchool Nurses
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