Adult and Children Vaccinations

Immunizing is one of the most effective ways of protecting against the spread of serious infectious disease that were once very common. Getting immunized against infectious diseases is an important part of staying healthy for both children and adults. 

Children who have not received all their infant immunizations are at risk for contracting these diseases from the people who care for them.  Many teens and adults are missing the chance to protect not only themselves, but also children under the age of two against deadly diseases such as Hepatitis B, Pertussis (Whooping Cough), Influenza, and Pneumococcal Disease.  

Hancock Public Health encourages you to make sure you and your family members are up to date with all your immunizations. We are here for you, so please call if you have any questions, we would be happy to answer them!

We are an in-network provider for Medicaid and most private insurances. 
• Medicare for influenza vaccinations only
• Vaccines for Children Provider

No child is turned away for vaccines if their family is unable to pay for the shots.  For families covered by out of network private insurance, we can give you a receipt to turn into your insurance company.

• DTap/Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria & Pertussis)
• Td (Tetanus & Diphtheria)
• Hepatitis A
• Hepatitis B
• Hib (Haemophilus b Influenza)
• HPV (Gardasil)
• Influenza
• Meningitis
• MMR (Measles, Mumps, & Rubella)
• Polio
• Pneumococcal Conjugate 
• Rotavirus 
• Varicella (Chickenpox)

Seasonal Flu Vaccine

Everyone is at risk for seasonal influenza. The CDC (Center for Disease Control) recommends everyone six months and older get a flu vaccine.

Here at Hancock Public Health we have the standard dose vaccines (6+mon and older) Flublok (18yr+, Egg free) and the High Dose Vaccines (65+) available.

We accept most major insurances, including Medicaid and Medicare Part B.

We also accept check or cash (no credit or debit) for individuals without insurance.

Standard dose is $40.00

Flublok & High Dose $60.00

You must have your I.D., Insurance Card, and be accompanied by a guardian if you are under the age of 18. If you are not biological parent further consents and paperwork may be necessary, please call our office for further information.

It is important to have these with you for us to protect your privacy and assure accurate billing to your insurance company.

Travel Vaccinations Available


Hancock Public Health wishes travelers to have a healthy and safe journey. Therefore, we are happy to share the CDC (Center for Disease Control) Travelers' Health information to assist travelers and their health-care providers in deciding the vaccines, medications, and other measures necessary to prevent illness and injury during international travel.

To obtain more information about what vaccines are recommended or required before traveling, please call HPH at 419-424-7441 

Or click and choose your specific destination.

Informational Links

After the shots...what to do if your child has discomfort

Cocooning protects babies

Immunizations for babies -- a guide for parents

Keep your kids safe - get them vaccinated every fall or winter!

Questions parents ask about vaccinations for babies

Tips for locating old immunization records

Vaccines work!

What if you don't vaccinate your child?

When do children and teens need vaccinations?

Whooping cough, tetanus, and diphtheria are serious diseases...make sure your child is protected!

You're 16...we recommend these vaccines for you!

Need to make an appointment?

Call 419-424-7441

Emergency Info.

If you have a medical emergency to report, please contact your healthcare provider or dial 9-1-1.  

To contact Hancock Public Health to report a public health emergency, including Class A communicable diseases, please dial:

(419) 348-6611


Main Address
2225 Keith Parkway
Findlay, Ohio 45840
Phone: 419-424-7105
Fax: 419-424-7189

Hours of Operation:

M: 9:00am - 4:00pm

T-F: 8:00am - 4:00pm

Our Mission

Improving ourselves and our communities
Promoting public health and the prevention of disease
Protecting people and the environment