Come get immunizations at the TIKE Van! Click here for the schedule.
For Parents & Children
For Healthcare Providers
- Report vaccinations to Baltimore’s Immunization Registry Program [Newborn-Hep B] [Child’s form] [How to Report ]
- How often do I need to report to Baltimore’s Immunization Registry? [Answer]
- Immunization record for schools [Form]
- Vaccine for Children (VFC) Program Vacine Inventory Form [Form]
- Report adverse reactions [Form] [Online reporting]
- Information sheets on immunizations for your patients in many languages [Immunization Action Coalition resource]
- Immunization schedules [Child/ Adolescent]
- Frequently asked questions about Immunizations [FAQ]
- How can I get immunizations for myself or my child? We recommend going to your medical provider. If you do not have a medical provider, you can come to the TIKE van for immunizations [schedule].
- How can I make sure my child will meet my school’s immunization requirements? All children and young adults need to have an up-to-date copy of their immunization record to be enrolled in school. If you would like assistance in determining whether or not your child is up-to-date with required immunizations, please bring their shot record to the school’s health suite, your child’s doctor or to a Baltimore City Health Department immunization (TIKE) clinic. [pdf]
- How do I report vaccinations to Baltimore’s Immunization Registry Program?Please fax these forms to us at (410) 396-3965:
- How often do I need to report to Baltimore’s Immunization Registry program? Vaccine providers are legally mandated in Baltimore City’s Health Code to report immunizations within 14 days. This helps us to ensure that every child in Baltimore is appropriately immunized.