Immunizations Requirements

School Immunizations

  • Immunizations Requirements for Incoming Students 2022- 2023

    Florida Statute 1003.22 requires all students entering and attending school to present a Florida Certification of Immunization form (DH 680) or Religious Exemption form (DH 681) to the school. You can get these forms from your health care provider or the Florida Department of Health in Manatee County’s Immunizations clinic. No-cost immunizations are available to eligible children through the federally funded Vaccines for Children program at the Florida Department of Health in Manatee County.

Physical Exam

  • All students entering a Florida public school must have a physical exam. The Department of Health (DH3040) is the preferred form, but a similar form from the doctor’s office (Florida or out-of-state) may be used if it contains a complete review of body systems.

Where can my student get immunizations or a physical exam?

  • Out-of-State Immunizations must be put on a Florida 680 form. This can only be done at the Manatee County Health Department.

     

    Manatee County Health Department
    410 6th Ave. E. Bradenton
    (941) 748-0747

    Manatee County Rural Health Services
    Call ahead for information regarding appointments & fees. Physical exams and immunizations are available at:

    Lawton Chiles Health Center
    1515 26th Ave. E., Bradenton
    (941) 708-8600

    Parrish R.H.S.
    U.S. 301 & 9th St., Parrish
    (941) 776-4000

    North Manatee Health Center
    5600 Bayshore Rd., Palmetto
    (941) 721-2020

    Myakka Family Health Center
    37220 Glenwood Ave., Myakka City
    (941) 322-6500