The Immunization Clinic provides immunizations to all eligible beneficiaries. We now follow an appointment-based schedule to reduce lobby wait times for our patients. Appointments can be scheduled through the appointment line at 402-232-2273, option 1 or on the MHS GENESIS Patient Portal. When booking, search for “Immunizations In-Person appointment.” Please schedule one appointment per patient or family member and indicate which immunization(s) you need. Our staff will verify your medical record at the time of your visit.
We administer the following:
- DTaP (Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis)
- Hepatitis A
- Hepatitis B
- Hep A & B Combo
- Hib (Hib meningitis)
- Influenza (6 months and older)
- Japanese encephalitis
- TB Test/PPD (Initial skin test Mondays and Tuesdays only; no appointment needed to read)
- Pneumonia (pneumococcal)
- Polio (IPV)
- RV (Rotavirus)
- Shingles (ages 50+)
- Tdap (Tetanus, diphtheria, and whooping cough)
- Varicella (chickenpox)
- Yellow Fever
Walk-ins are available for:
- Children seen the same day as a scheduled well-child check
- Women seen the same day for an OB/GYN appointment
A schedule for pediatric immunizations is available in the clinic or on the CDC website
Patients who have received vaccines from an off-base provider or clinic should bring an official copy of record to the Immunizations Clinic. Immunization record requests can be faxed to 402-294-2661 (marked Attn: Immunizations) or sent to the clinic through the MHS GENESIS Patient Portal
The CDC recommends everyone 6 months and older get an updated COVID-19 vaccine to protect against the potentially serious outcomes of COVID-19 illness.
FDA-approved or authorized COVID-19 vaccines are currently available to all U.S. citizens and residents. Visit the CDC website for more information.
Concerns about the vaccine?
Speak with a Vaccine Expert.
You may contact the DHA-Immunization Healthcare Support Center at 877-GET-VACC (877-438-8222) option 1, or Defense Switched Network (DSN) 761-4245, option 1, if you have questions about the vaccines or about an adverse event following vaccination.
Visit our Frequently Asked Questions
Visit the CDC Website
for up to date COVID-19 information