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Florida Department of Health in Martin County

Immunization Form

Use this link to complete the immunization forms and upload previous vaccine records online.

We provide immunizations for school aged children or adults who have Medicaid are uninsured or underinsured. Available vaccines include: Hepatitis A and B, HPV, Influenza (flu), Meningococcal, Pneumococcal, Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis). Please call to confirm vaccine availability and to schedule an appointment.

Immunization Clinic:

Stuart: 3441 SE Willoughby Blvd.
Monday - Friday

Call for an appointment: 772-221-4000 and press option 3.

The Power to Protect

Vaccines provide infants, children and adults with powerful protection against preventable diseases throughout their lives.

Visit the Power to Protect website for facts and resources for parents and health care providers.

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Vaccination Certifications or Exemption Forms:

DH 680 Form (Florida Certification of Immunization):

Contact your private healthcare provider first to obtain a DH 680 form. If you have recently moved and have not established a healthcare provider, the health department can provide you with a 680 form.

Call 772-221-4000 and press option 3 to schedule an appointment.

DH 681 Form (Religious Exemption from Immunization):

Contact the Florida Department of Health in Martin County to obtain a DH 681 form. Note: Florida Department of Health is the only agency who can provide a DH 681 form.

Call 772-221-4000 and press option 3 to schedule an appointment.

2024–2025 School Entry Requirements:

Before attending school in Florida (kindergarten through 12th grade), each child must provide a Florida Certification of Immunization (DH 680 form).

Seventh Grade Requirements:

An additional dose of the Tdap vaccine is required for students entering the 7th grade.

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For more information, call 850-245-4342 or visit: Immunize Florida

Helpful Links:

CDC Vaccines & Immunizations