Immunization Clinic Hours:
Patient Information Printable Form
Download this form, print it, and bring it completed with your insurance card to the BRHD.
Report A Disease
What is reportable?
Utah Law requires that certain diseases and conditions must be reported to Utah public health. Some diseases must be reported immediately while others must be reported within three (3) working days after identification.
Who has to report?
ANYONE with knowledge of a reportable disease is required to report to public health. Most reports will come from healthcare providers, laboratories, healthcare facilities, schools and childcare programs.
Low or no cost immunizations for those who qualify, can bill most major insurance companies. Please bring your insurance card and a copy of the immunizations you have received if available.
Immunizations are one of the most important things a parent can do to protect their children’s health and to prevent disease that can strike at an early age.
Vaccines are not just for infants. As kids get older, protection provided by some childhood vaccines can begin to wear off. Help your child transition into adolescence in a healthy way by staying up-to-date on pre-teen vaccines.
Immunizations are NOT just for kids, we ALL need immunizations to keep us healthy and to help protect our loved ones. Are you unsure what immunizations you need as an adult? Use this assessment tool to find out.
Need your immunization records?
(A digital database that shares official proof of immunizations)
A parent/guardian may claim an exemption to immunization for medical, religious, or personal reasons, as allowed by Section 53G-9-303 of the Utah Statutory Code. To receive a vaccination exemption form, the legally responsible individual who claims the exemption for the student must complete the online immunization education module.
Preparing to travel? Protect your health and schedule your travel appointment today. (See list of accepted insurances)
Please bring your insurance card and a copy of immunizations you have received if available.
Appointments include vaccinations, tips on travel safety, and how to protect your health specific to your destination.
Walk-In's Are Welcome
TB skin tests are placed on Mondays and Tuesdays during regular business hours, Wednesdays until 12 pm, and Fridays until 1pm. Skin tests are not placed on Thursdays.
Tests must be read 48 hours to 72 hours later so plan to return to the clinic for the reading on the appropriate day.
TB Blood Tests
These are done by appointment – please call for more information.
Home visitation program
Home Visit Services for Mom & Baby
Are you expecting a baby or has your little one arrived and are you or your baby currently on Medicaid? Health department nurses can provide support, resources, and answers to your questions. Please call for more information.
Many health services needed to complete the immigration process are available. Translators are available and most insurance are accepted.
- Immigration physical done by a civil surgeon who will complete the I-693 form
- Immigration lab package – includes TB blood test (be aware it can take up to one week to receive results from the lab), syphilis and gonorrhea screening.
- Immunizations – these are usually a series not just one shot
- Chest X-rays
- Verify immunizations for green cards and sign by a civil surgeon
Know Before You Go
Age 14 and up:
- A government issued photo ID, an unexpired passport or an unexpired driver’s license.
Under age 14:
- A passport, birth certificate or ID showing the name, date and place of birth, and the parents’ full names.
- Any immunization records you may have. If the immunizations are in a foreign language, you are required to submit a full English translation.
- If you have an A number (alien number), please bring that.
- Use the name that appears on your birth certificate unless it was changed by a legal action such as marriage. For two last names, include both names and use a hyphen (-) between the names.
- Post office boxes cannot be used. You will need a full address.
Cost: the fee for these tests varies depending on the disease.
At-Home STI Testing
Utah Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is distributing free at-home HIV/STI tests. Click the button below to determine your eligibility to receive free at-home test.
Who should be tested?
- Anyone who has had more than one sexual partner over the past year.
- Anyone who is an IV drug user.
- Everyone should be tested for HIV at least once in their lifetime.
What Tests are Available?
- Hepatitis C