Immunization Clinics

The Licking County Health Department offers a Childhood Immunization Clinic by appointment only on the third Wednesday of each month at West Licking Joint Fire District – Station 1, 851 East Broad Street, Pataskala.  Clinic Please park in the lower parking lot on the west side of the station, and enter through the west door behind the brick pillar (look for posted signs).

  • Contact the Licking County Health Department to schedule an appointment
  • A registered nurse provides all immunizations.
  • Please bring your child’s immunization record.
  • Small fee per vaccine.
  • Medical cards are accepted.
  • NO ONE is denied service, if unable to pay.

Why immunize?

Immunizations can save lives and stop the spread of diseases.  Babies and toddlers that are given immunizations on time can be protected from many dangerous diseases:  Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Hepatitis B, Polio, Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis (whopping cough), Hib, Varicella (chicken pox), Pneumococcal, Hepatitis A, and Influenza.  Children need to have all of their immunizations by age 2 to be fully protected against vaccine-preventable diseases.  For more information, log on to and click on Health Clinics, then click on Immunizations.

The Licking County Health Department is located at 675 Price Road, Newark, Ohio.  Phone number is: (740) 349-6474 or 1 (888) 838-0219.