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Childhood immunizations

Immunizations protect us from serious diseases like measles, mumps, chicken pox, and diphtheria.

Due to COVID-19, many children, teens, and young adults fell behind on immunizations. Now is a good time to get caught up for school, sports, daycare, and more.

Hennepin County has programs that can help your child get immunized, even if you’re uninsured, underinsured, or don’t have a primary care clinic.

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Baby Tracks

  • Serves Hennepin County families with children 0–2 years old
  • Help keeping your baby on track with immunizations, updating your baby's shot records, finding a clinic to receive immunizations and provide child well visits, and more
  • Multilingual staff
  • Call 612-348-6087
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Child and Teen Checkups

  • Serves young people 0-18 who are active on Medical Assistance, including independent young adults and parents under 21
  • Help scheduling checkups, immunizations, transportation, interpreter services, and more
  • Call 612-543-2222
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Hennepin County Public Health Clinic

  • Serves families and singles who do not have adequate insurance
  • People younger than 18 must come with a parent or legal guardian
  • Bring your immunization records with you to the clinic
  • Call 612-543-5555

Get to the clinic

525 Portland Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55415

  • Light rail: The Blue and Green light rail lines stop at U.S. Bank Stadium Station, 0.3 miles from the clinic
  • Bus: many downtown buses stop near the clinic
  • Discounted parking: the clinic will give you a voucher for Hennepin Healthcare's parking lot at 6th Street and Park Avenue
  • Paid parking: in lots or at meters near the clinic
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