Crete Immunizations Clinics

By Appointment Only

Children’s Clinic (18 years of age and younger)

  • Tuesdays from 1:00 – 4:40 p.m.

Adult Clinic (19 years of age and older)

  • 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month from 3: 00 – 5:00 p.m.


830 E. 1st Street, Suite 300
Crete, NE 68333

Appointments may be made outside of set clinic times under special circumstances. Please call 402-826-3880 with any questions.

Beginning in October, flu and Covid-19 vaccines will be available by appointment only and as inventory allows.
Please call our office at 402-826-3880 to set up an appointment or get on a waiting list to be contacted as vaccine is restocked.

If this is your first time visiting our office for immunizations, you will be asked to bring a current immunization record prior to Making your first appointment.

Immunization records for the State of Nebraska can be found here:

Nebraska State Immunization Information System (NESIIS)

Public Health Solutions immunization programs:

Vaccines for Children (VFC)

Vaccines for Children (VFC) covers all recommended vaccines for children birth to 18 years of age who are uninsured, under-insured, or have Medicaid.

Adult Immunization Program (AIP)

Adult Immunization Program (AIP) covers vaccines for adults 19 years or older who are uninsured and underinsured.


PHS also provides immunizations for insured patients of all ages.

To inquire which vaccines are available, call us at 402-826-3880.

General Information

Records of previous immunizations need to be submitted prior to first appointment. (Fax: 1-402-826-4101)

For mobile clinics at businesses, organizations, schools, etc. contact: 402-826-3880.



Parents Guide to Childhood Immunization (CDC)


Recommended Vaccines for Children 18 years or Younger


Recommended Vaccines for Adults


Current Vaccine Information Sheets (VISs)


When it comes to the Flu (Influenza) Protect Yourself – Immunize.

The United States experiences epidemics of seasonal flu each year. Our local health district is not any different. The flu knows no boundaries. Immunizations for influenza begin traditionally in the fall prior to the “flu season.” In the United States, flu season occurs in the winter; flu outbreaks can happen as early as October and can last as late as May. CDC says the flu season begins when certain key flu indicators (for example, levels of influenza-like illness [ILI], hospitalization and deaths) rise and remain elevated for a number of consecutive weeks.

Why should my family get the flu vaccine?

The flu vaccine:

Protects your child and family members from flu, a potentially serious illness.

Prevents your child and family members from spreading the flu to others, including babies younger than 6 months who are too young to get the vaccine.

Keeps your child from missing school or childcare (and keeps you from missing work to care for your child)

Is the flu vaccine safe?

Yes. Flu vaccines are safe. Flu vaccines have been used in the
United States for more than 50 years. During that time, hundreds of millions of Americans have safely received seasonal flu vaccines. Vaccines, like any medicine, can have side effects, but, most people who get the flu vaccine have no side effects at all.

What are the side effects?

Most children don’t have any side effects from the vaccine, but it can cause mild side effects. For example, people vaccinated with the flu shot may feel achy and may have a sore arm where the shot was given.