- The Mission of the Immunization Program is to minimize and prevent the occurrence of vaccine preventable diseases within our state. The Vision of the Immunization Program is to work to implement effective strategies and strengthen partnerships with our stakeholders to eliminate vaccine preventable diseases in Michigan.
Click on the links below to learn more about vaccines.
Getting vaccines and staying protected from serious vaccine preventable diseases is a lifelong job. These diseases exist in the communities where we live, work, and play. The best way to protect your child is to vaccinate on time. Learn about the vaccines you and your family members may need to stay healthy. Information on vaccine safety is also included.
Resources to help you make sure your patients get the immunizations they need. Clinical information, vaccine recommendations, provider education handouts, Vaccines for Children program requirements, summaries of vaccine preventable diseases in Michigan, disease investigation guidelines, travel vaccines information, additional resources, and much more are included.
In recent years, more vaccines have become available to protect pre-teens and adolescents from serious diseases. Learn about the vaccines your adolescent children may need to stay healthy.
Access to forms and documents that are primarily of interest to local health departments, such as the County Immunization Report Cards.
This flu season, protect yourself - and those around you - by getting vaccinated. Even healthy people can get the flu, and it can be serious. Everyone 6 months and older should get flu vaccine every year. Learn about influenza and the vaccines that protect against it.
The immunization records of Michigan residents are kept in the Michigan Care Improvement Registry (MCIR). Click here for the MCIR website, which includes tips on how to get a copy of your own or your child’s immunization record, information for health care professionals, and much more.