Vaccine Exemption Policy
Immunizations for Children
Back to School 2019- Immunization Letter to Parents
Immunization Exemption Class
School & Child Care Requirements
View the complete Missouri Revised Statutes for Schools and Childcare Facilities and find additional information on the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services' website.
Listed below are forms for our school-based immunization clinics:
Consent and Registration Form
Student Screening Form
Vaccine Information Statements
Child Care, Preschool, and Nursery School Children
Age appropriate pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV) for children attending child care, preschool, or nursery schools caring for ten or more children.
For all children who have had varicella (chickenpox) disease, a licensed doctor of medicine (MD) or doctor of osteopathy (DO) may sign and place on file with the child care facility a written statement documenting the month and year of previous varicella (chickenpox) disease as satisfactory evidence of having had the disease.
Missouri School Asthma Manual: Valuable information on asthma among school-age children, its prevalence in Missouri and the nation, and the proposed plan of action to address this increasingly growing disabling condition.
Child Immunizations By Appointment
To guard your child’s health, the Platte County Health Department offers a comprehensive immunization program. Immunization Record Required at each visit.
Vaccines available for children:
- Routine childhood immunizations
- Hepatitis A
- Flu shots
Platte County Health Department will continue to offer FREE immunizations for the following:
- Uninsured children and adolescents
- Children and adolescents who have Medicaid Plans
- Native Alaskan children and adolescents
- American Indian children and adolescents