Dayton, Ohio – As the summer days of fun are nearing an end and the beginning of the school year approaches, health authorities across the country are teaming up health workers in order to be able to provide vaccines for children and keep them up to date on all of the necessary vaccinations.
Such is the case in Dayton, where walk-up clinics for children’s vaccinations will be held at the Reibold Building of Public Health – Dayton and Montgomery County, located at 117 S. Main Street in Dayton.
Public health officials are reminding parents of the importance of ensuring their children are up to date on all of the required vaccines and are asking them to check this link and view the list of required and recommended vaccines.
The clinics will be open from 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. on August 3, August 10, August 17, August 24, and August 31.
The Department of Public Health has said that the cost of services would be determined by the ability of the patient to pay and that no one would be denied services due to an inability to pay. The clinic requires a parent or legal guardian to be present with their children at all times and to carry the following documents with them: photo ID for parent or guardian; immunization shot record for child (if available); insurance card; and custody or guardianship papers.
People who intend to visit the clinics are required to wear face masks and should also know that there is no cost associated with parking in the garage of the Reibold Building.