214 S. Wagner Ave.

Wapakoneta, OH 45895

Phone: (419) 738-3410

Fax: (419) 738-7818

Auglaize County Health Department

Immunization Clinics

Auglaize County General Health District

Contact Info:


Phone:  419-738-3410

Fax: 419-738-7818

Email: mlochard@auglaizehealth.org

* Private purchase vaccine cost is subject to change.


**  Last price update was 8/19/13.  Please call if you need a more recent update.

No one is turned away if unable to pay for state-funded childhood vaccines.

Tb Tests:


Administered Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8:00—9:00 AM and 3:00—4:00 PM. 

Holidays may change this schedule, so please call ahead.  The cost is $18.00.




                 PPD TB skin testing is done to determine if individuals have been infected with tuberculosis, either recently or at some earlier time during their life.  The test does not indicate if an individual is sick with TB, but only indicates whether infection has occurred.


                 The solution for the PPD skin test is made in such a way that a person cannot get  TB from the PPD test.  The test causes a person who has been infected by the TB germ to have a reaction.  People who have never been infected by the TB germ do not have a reaction.


                 To receive the test, a person has a small amount of the PPD solution injected just beneath the skin on the underside of the forearm.  48 to 72 hours later, the person must return to have the test evaluated.  A positive test is one where a bump with a hard ridge around it appears at the place where the PPD test was placed.  The size of the reaction is measured to determine if the test is positive.


                 It is very unlikely that a side effect to the test will occur.  If such an event does happen, the most common reaction is a local one, such as pain or redness at the test site.  In very rare cases, a person who is hypersensitive to the solution could have a more severe allergic reaction near the injection site.  Such reactions may include blistering or a skin wound.

General Immunization Clinic Information

Effective December 5, 2011


                 We will accept cash, check, Medicare, and Medicaid



Tdap / Td Immunization required for 7th grade entry

The Ohio Department of Health requires all Ohio students receive one dose of Tdap (Tetanus, diphtheria, & acellular pertussis) or Td (Tetanus, diphtheria) vaccine prior to entry into the 7th grade.  If a student received a Tdap or Td within the last 5 years, the new requirement is met and the student does not need to be re-immunized for entry to 7th grade.



Additional Information:


HIPAA Compliance / Notice of Privacy Practices


Tdap Questionnaire Form



Questions about immunizations? 


Follow this link for information www.vaccines.gov/

Childhood (0-18 years)










Hepatitis B








(DTaP/Hib/Polio combo)






(MMR, Varicella Combo)


Hepatitis A





HPV/Gardasil (VFC/Federal)

male and female



male and female



(VFC/ Federal)




Adult Immunizations







 $65.00 **

* Varicella

$101.00 **

* Hepatitis B

$44.00 **

* Hepatitis A

$37.00 **

* Menactra

$120.00 **

* Pneumonia

$76.00 **

* Influenza

$25.00 **

* Gardasil (HPV)

male and female

$143.00 **

* Zostavax (shingles)

Call for availability

$172.00 **

* Tdap

$42.00 **

Clinic Site

Site Location

Hours of Operation




Health Department

214 S. Wagner St.

Every Tuesday


Walk-in Only



Health Department

214 S. Wagner St.

Every Thursday:

3-6 PM

Appointment Only

St. Marys




Council on Aging

610 Indiana Ave.


Every Wednesday:

1-3:30 PM

Walk-in Only