The Riverside University Health System-Public Health, Immunization Branch assists all Riverside County residents in attaining optimal health through knowledge of and access to immunizations.

Parents looking for information about vaccinating their child, health care providers needing current immunization guidelines and travelers looking for recommended immunizations for an upcoming trip abroad will find all the most up-to-date information on this website. 

The Immunization Program provides comprehensive services to reduce vaccine-preventable diseases among Riverside County residents by improving vaccine coverage rates through assessment, collaboration and education. 

 

We serve as a resource to childcare centers, schools, private provider offices and the general public. 

The program also provides guidance for vaccine safety and/or storage and handling issues; offers education; promotes community collaboration; conducts immunization in-services and trainings, as well as quality assurance assessments of providers, schools and childcare centers email immunizationprogram@ruhealth.org.

Immunization Program Influenza

Immunization Program Influenza

Influenza, more commonly known as “the flu,” is a highly contagious infection of the nose, throat and lungs. 

Influenza

Hepatitis B

Immunization Program Hepatitis B

Hepatitis B is a serious liver disease that is caused by the hepatitis B virus (HBV). It is extremely infectious and can be transmitted sexually or from contact with infected blood or body fluids. 

Hepatitis B

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