Why is it important to immunize? Vaccines protect children and adults against potentially disabling and life-threatening disease. Immunization has saved more than a billion lives and prevented countless illnesses and disabilities. However, vaccine-preventable diseases are still a threat and continue to infect children and adults, resulting in hospitalizations and deaths every year. Take the steps today to help prepare for a healthier tomorrow.
Please call the appropriate office to schedule an appointment.
COVID-19 (Pfizer), DTaP, Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, HIB, HPV-9 (Gardasil), Influenza (Flue), MenB (Bexsero), Meningococcal (MCV-4), MMR, PCV-13 (Children only), PPV-20, Rotavirus, Tdap, Varicella (Chickenpox), Zoster (Shingles)
Learn More About Immunizations
Western Plains Public Health can bill the following insurances:
♦ Blue Cross Blue Shield
♦ Champ VA
♦ Medicare Part B
♦ Sanford (Except Sanford True Plan)
♦ Tricare West Region
If you have an insurance other than what is listed above, WPPH can still provide immunizations. Please note we would collect payment for the cost of vaccine and administration fee at the time of service.
If you are uninsured/underinsured, you may qualify for vaccine assistance. Please contact your local office if you have questions.
3rd Party Authorization
to Bill Services
Recommendations & Requirements
Adult (General Recommendations)
Adult (Individuals with Chronic Health Conditions Recommendations)
Children (Birth through 6 Years)
Children (7 years through 18 years)
Childcare & School Requirements
CDC Recommended Immunization Schedules
North Dakota State Immunization Program