For more information on COVID-19 vaccines, visit our COVID-19 Vaccine Page.

For information on other types of vaccinations provided by the WYCO Public Health Department, see below.


  • Federally Funded Vaccine for Children Program (VFC): For ages (6) weeks - (18) years.
    • Bee Wise Immunize! The FIRST Monday of each month, the immunization administration fee is waived for children under 3 years old.
  • Adult Immunizations
  • Foreign Travel Immunizations
  • Immunization Records or questions: (913) 573-8855

Learn more about flu vaccines for the 2023-2024 flu season:


Flu Vaccine Information

Flu vaccines are available by appointment at the Wyandotte County Public Health Department for:

  • Adults who are uninsured, underinsured, on Medicaid, or these types of private health insurance: Aetna, BCBS, Cigna, UHC, and Point Comfort Underwriters
  • Children who are eligible for the Vaccines for Children (VFC) program (VFC eligibility: Medicaid-eligible, uninsured, underinsured, or American Indian or Alaska Native)

Cost: up to $35 ($15 vaccine cost if not covered by insurance or VFC + $20 administration fee)
Please note: We have a limited number of free flu vaccines available for eligible adults without health insurance.

Call (913) 573-8855 to make an appointment.

Are appointments necessary?

No. The Health Department accepts walk-ins for immunizations. You can make an appointment if you prefer by calling (913) 573-8855.

Is there a fee?

Yes, there is a fee for each immunization administered. Please call (913) 573-8855 for current pricing.

Note: The fee is waived for children under 3 years old on Bee Wise Mondays.

Vaccines for Children (VFC) Program

Vaccines for Children (VFC), State General Fund, and Federal 317 program provides vaccines for children. All children will be screened for eligibility based on Federal and State guidelines. Please bring insurance and income information. There is an administration fee per vaccine for those individuals who qualify for state vaccine. Please call (913) 573-8855 for current pricing. We do bill Medicaid and HealthWave.

A parent or guardian must provide written consent for children under age (18). Please bring child’s current immunization record to the visit.

Learn more about the VFC program at

Immunization Education & Support 

Immunization Outreach and Education Includes:

Frequently Asked Immunization Questions

How many shots will my child receive?

Each child is different, with many factors to consider before the decision is made to immunize your child. Schedules from the ACIP are the official federal recommendations for the use of vaccines and immune globulins in the United States and are published by the CDC. These schedules indicate the recommended ages for routine administration of currently licensed childhood vaccines, for children through the age of (18).

How do I care for my child after his or her immunizations?

You should receive a Vaccine Information Statement (VIS) for each vaccine given. These statements should be read before any shots are given. Please ask the nurse if you have any questions about any of the VIS's. You will also receive an information sheet called: "After the Shots". This sheet will explain how to reduce the possible side effects of the immunizations.

Learn more about what to do before, during, and after your child's vaccine here: CDC information on child vaccine visits 

Are vaccines safe?

Yes, vaccines are safe. Extensive testing is done before vaccines become available to the public, and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), National Institutes of Health (NIH), and other federal agencies continue routine monitoring and investigate any potential safety concerns. 

To learn more about vaccine safety, see the CDC's vaccine safety information for parents and caregivers and safety information by vaccine.

How can I get more information on vaccines?

See the links below to learn more about vaccines through the CDC and the WYCO PHD.

Note: There are many resources available online about vaccines. Some of these are based in science, while others are misleading and share harmful misinformation. Use critical thinking skills when researching immunization information on the internet. Look for reputable sources like public health agencies (CDC, your local health department, your state health department, etc.), hospital systems, or your doctor or primary health care provider.