Immunization Program Department of Public Health
 
 
Immunization Resources and Information

This page provides trusted information so that you can make informed decisions about immunizing your family, your children and yourself from vaccine-preventable diseases. 


For Infants & Kids
parents always want the best for their children.  They know the importance of car seats and baby gates.  Did you know making sure that your child has all their vaccinations is one of the best ways to protect your child? Read more...

 

 

For Travelers

There are many diseases that are at risk to international travelers.  If you are planning on travelling outside the U.S. you may need additional vaccines. Read more...

 

For Adolescents

Immunizations aren’t just for babies.  As children get older, protection provided by some vaccines can wear off.   Also, there are new immunizations that can help keep adolescents healthy. Read more...

 

School Requirements

Specific immunizations are required for child care, school and college/university entry.  Does your child have all their immunizations needed to enter school? Read more...

 

For Adults

Some adults incorrectly assume that the vaccines they receive as children will protect them for the rest of their lives.   Adults of all ages are at risk for diseases that can be prevented by immunizations. Read more...

 

Vaccine Safety

Vaccine safety is an issue of  great concern to everyone.  This information will help in  understanding some of the common issues and questions surrounding this topic. Read more...

 

For Providers

Health Care Providers play an integral role in protecting our community from vaccine-preventable diseases. Read more...

 

Pertussis

Whooping Cough Disease (also called pertussis) causes coughing fits which make it hard to breathe. Read more...




Riverside University Health System--Public Health
Immunization Program
Phone: (888) 246-1215
 PO Box 7600, Riverside, CA 92505