Hamilton County Immunization Clinic (HCIC) is a State Public Health Clinic that is sponsored by Memorial Community Health. HCIC is open to children from birth through 18 years of age. Immunizations are funded by the government, so no one is ever turned away because of inability to pay. (HCIC does ask for a suggested donation of $10 per child per visit to help cover administrative costs.)
The clinic is held from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM the first Thursday of each month from February through July and the first and third Thursday of each month from August to January. It is located in the Memorial Community Hospital Conference Room.
Why We Serve
Every year almost 25,000 babies are born in the State of Nebraska. Each of these children starts with an immunization coverage level of zero. That’s why it’s our responsibility to immunize our children and protect them. Immunizations are one of the most effective and cost efficient ways to prevent disease. For every dollar spent on immunizations, you can save as much as $29.00 in direct and indirect health costs. Vaccine-preventable disease has declined by over 99% since the introduction of vaccines.
Visit these sites or download a PDF for more information
- After the Shot form from the Immunization Action Coalition (PDF)
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – Vaccines and Immunizations
- Childhood Immunization Schedule
- Nebraska Law about School Immunizations
- Nebraska Law about Day Care Immunization
- Vaccine Administration Proxy Form (PDF)
- Vaccines and Vaccine Preventable Disease
- Vaccines for Children
- Vaccine Information Statements from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention