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Immunization Assessments

Childhood Immunizations

  • Walk-ins are available for back-to-school immunizations. Call (910) 321-7116 to make an appointment. All children in North Carolina must be vaccinated against certain diseases.
  • Find out what vaccines children must have before entering school - https://immunize.nc.gov/schools/schools.htm 
  • In typical years, proof of required immunizations and health assessments are required within 30 days of the first date of attendance of school. After 30 days, children are to be excluded from school until the family provides documentation of requirements.
  • Parents/guardians are strongly encouraged to walk-in for required immunizations prior to the start of each school year. Wait times for immunizations increase as the deadline for back-to-school immunizations approaches.
  • Learn more about the extension for the current school year - https://immunize.nc.gov/schools/ 
  • Some exemptions to state immunization law are allowed. Learn about exemptions here - https://immunize.nc.gov/schools/schools.htm 
  • **If you are younger than 18 and do not have health insurance, you will receive immunizations at no cost through the Vaccines for Children Program. If you are older than 18, you will be billed for the cost of the vaccine only (No administrative fees will apply).
  • Walk-ins for a Tuberculosis Skin Test (PPD) or vaccinations for children NOT returning to school are also available. 
  • You will need your insurance information when you arrive for your visit.

What to Bring

What to Expect When you Arrive

  • Walk-ins will be accepted each day until the clinic reaches daily capacity
  • To reduce the risk from COVID-19, the following screening and visitor protocol will be in place when visiting the Cumberland County Department of Public Health.
    • A limit of one person per patient will be permitted to wait in the lobby, clinic waiting area and/or patient room. Additional visitors will be asked to wait in their vehicle.
    • Screening of patients, clients and their visitors will take place at a designated screening area near the building entry and away from the waiting area.
    • You will be asked a series of questions about your symptoms, travel history and whether you have had contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. You will have your temperature taken.
  • When you arrive, proceed to the screening station at the building entryway. Once screened, you will be directed to the immunization clinic on the first floor of the health department.



  • Contact Us

    Phone: 910-321-7109
    Department of Public Health:

    1235 Ramsey St
    Fayetteville, NC 28301

    Health Department Accreditation  
    Fax: 910-433-3659
    TTY Phone: 910-223-9386
    Email:
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    Supervisor: Randi Nuñez

    Contact Us

    Phone: 910-321-7109
    Fax: 910-433-3659
    TTY Phone: 910-223-9386
    Email:
    email_envelope
    Supervisor: Randi Nuñez
    Department of Public Health:

    1235 Ramsey St
    Fayetteville, NC 28301

    Health Department Accreditation