In This Section:
- Hot Topics
- Monthly Spotlight
- Newsletters & Updates
- Continuing Education (CE)
- Referring Clients to BEDHD
- Helpful Documents
- CDC Vaccine Schedule App for Smartphones July 2019
- Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices- June 2019
- Contains information about end of season flu activity updates, expired influenza vaccines, and the H1N1 pandemic (2010)
- Hepatitis A Outbreak -June 2019
- Measles in Michigan -April 2019
- Measles Provider Letter -April 2019
- Influenza Updates -Summer 2019
Vaccine of the Month- MMR
World Hepatitis Day- July 28, 2019
Vaccine of the Month-Varicella
Ask the Expert
Michigan Care Improvement Registry (MCIR)
BEDHD Communicable Disease Newsletter
- Fall 2019 Immunization Conferences
- Vaccine Education and Training- CE Opportunities
- You Call the Shots: Measles- Earn Free CE
- Spotlights: 2019 Pink Book Webinar Series - CDC is offering a weekly series of 15 one-hour webinars that will provide an overview of vaccination principles, general recommendations, immunization strategies, and specific information about vaccine-preventable diseases and the vaccines that prevent them.
BEDHD stocks all ACIP recommended vaccines for children, adolescents, and adults including Meningitis B vaccines. BEDHD does not carry adult influenza vaccines.
Please instruct patients to call for an appointment.
For appointments and clinics patients should bring immunization records, and insurance card.
Eaton County: (517) 541-2630 [press #3]
Barry County: (269) 798-4123
Barry County Clinics
- Tuesday 8:30am - 4:30pm (TB testing available)
- First Tuesday each month 9:00am – 5:30pm
- Thursday or Friday appointments often available
Eaton County Clinics
- Wednesday 8:30am - 4:30pm (TB testing available until 2:00pm)
- Third Wednesday each month 9:00am - 5:30pm
Payment and Insurance
Vaccines for Children Program
The Vaccines for Children (VFC) program provides vaccines to children ages 0–18 years who do not have health insurance, are currently on Medicaid, are American Indian or Alaska Native, or who are under-insured. A small administration fee may be charged for each VFC vaccination received.
If you have commercial insurance, you will be expected to know the following:
- Are immunizations covered under your plan?
- Is BEDHD in your network?
- Do you have a deductible?
BEDHD will be happy to bill all accepted insurance plans, but any remaining balance that your insurance company does not cover, including unmet deductibles, will be your responsibility. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.