The Burlington County Health Department offers free immunizations for county residents who are uninsured or under-insured. Individuals who are school-aged, adults, or traveling internationally can receive the proper vaccinations to ensure
they keep themselves healthy and protected.
*Seasonal Flu Clinics are free and open to all county residents!
For more information about our immunization programs, please call 609-265-5533
Adult Immunization Program The Burlington County Health Department provides, at no charge, selected vaccination for adults 19 and older who live in Burlington County. To be eligible, an adult must be uninsured or underinsured, with coverage that does not include requested vaccines or caps vaccine coverage at a certain amount. Please note: If a vaccine is even slightly covered by an individual's private insurance, it is unavailable through the Adult Immunization Program. Vaccines include: Shingles, Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria and Acellular Pertussis), MMR, Varicella, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, and Meningococcal.
Childhood Immunizations Free clinics for school-aged children who live in Burlington County are held at the Raphael Meadow Health Center in Westampton. Children must be uninsured or be covered by New Jersey Family Care Part A, and families must meet income requirements. Eligibility requirements are waived if the child is American Indian, Alaskan Native or a recipient of Medicaid. Clinics for School-Aged children are by appointment only, and a referral form sent by the school nurse is required for mandatory vaccines. Optional vaccines include Hepatitis A and HPV. Hepatitis B clinics, for children needing only Hepatitis B shots, are also offered during selected months by appointment only
Influenza and pneumonia immunizations are provided for persons designated as “high risk” by the U.S. Public Health Service. Flu clinic schedule are released in the fall and noted on the calendar and Health Department website front page.
International Immunization Certificate Information
Travelers are advised to call the Communicable Disease Section for information on immunization requirements and updated health regulations for international travel.