Immunization Resources

Vaccines for Children (VFC)

NSIP administers the Vaccines for Children (VFC) Program in Nevada. The goal of this federally funded program is to improve vaccine availability nationwide by providing vaccines at no cost to VFC-eligible children through public and private providers enrolled in the program. Nevada began its VFC program in October 1994. VFC vaccines are purchased under contract by NSIP and are supplied to enrolled VFC providers at no cost.

    Nevada WebIZ

    The Immunization Program also supports an immunization information system, known as Nevada WebIZ. Nevada WebIZ is a web-based software program used statewide to help medical professionals ensure they provide appropriate care by:

      • Tracking immunizations as patients move within the state
      • Consolidating multiple/scattered immunization records
      • Identifying underserved populations
      • Offering recommendations for future vaccinations

        Nevada WebIZ is also used by public and private schools, as well as child care providers to verify immunization coverage for enrollment. Nevada WebIZ is one of the best tools Nevada can use to improve the overall immunization coverage level of all Nevada residents.

          Nevada WebIZ is excited about our recently launched HL7 data exchange! Click here to learn more.

            Immunization Special Projects

            1. OB PROJECT:
            30 providers of obstetrical care across Nevada are offering no-cost influenza and Tdap vaccines to pregnant women as recommended by ACIP.

              2. Tdap FOR COCOONING:
              All hospitals in Nevada with a Labor and Delivery Unit are participating in the Cocooning Program to immunize the parents or 2 family members of every newborn delivered to prevent infecting the infant with pertussis. This is a first in the United States and another reason Nevada is becoming a leader in vaccinations in this country. Click here to learn more about Cocooning.


                  Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) Immunization Schedules

                  For Parents

                  For Health Care Professionals

                    Each year the ACIP publishes immunizations schedules for all persons. The 2019 ACIP Immunization Schedules are now available, please disregard all previous years immunization schedules use the most current ACIP Immunization Schedule.



                      Contact Us

                      Nevada State Immunization Program
                      4150 Technology Way, Suite 200
                      Carson City, NV 89706
                      Phone:(775) 684-5900
                      Fax:(775) 684-8338
                      Helpdesk Ph:(775) 684-5954
                      Helpdesk Fax:(775) 687-7596

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