Mary Bridge Children’s Immunization Clinic

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Our Mission

The Mary Bridge Children’s Immunization Clinic serves children and their families in Pierce County by providing:

  • Access to free vaccines to children under 19. We partner with the Tacoma Pierce County Health Department to offer comprehensive immunization services.
  • A trusted source of information about vaccines & vaccine safety.
  • Up-to-date advice about your child’s vaccination schedule from birth through age 18. We follow the evidence-based guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC).
  • Convenient appointment schedule for your child’s vaccination needs. Check our current clinic schedule (125 KB) for location dates and times.

Information about Vaccines

How Do Vaccines Work?
What Are Vaccine-Preventable Diseases?
What Are Vaccines Made Of?
Learn About Vaccine Safety
Common Vaccine Side Effects
Your Child’s Recommended Vaccine Schedule
List of Vaccines Required for School or Daycare in Washington State
Visiting the Immunization Clinic at Mary Bridge Children’s
Additional Vaccine Resources

Immunization Clinic Providers

Barbara Marshall, MD, Interim Chief Medical Officer
Jamilia Sherls-Jones, DNP, MPH, RN, CDP, CPN, Director
Elizabeth Maldonado, BSN, RN, Program Coordinator
Christine Rohaly, BSN RN, Immunization Nurse
Pam Forsythe, BSN RN, Immunization Nurse
Dani Hamilton, LPN, Immunization Nurse
Ashlee Christensen, LPN, Immunization Nurse

We are providing vaccines on an appointment-only basis.

Call 253-403-1767 to make an appointment. Please check our schedule (125 KB) for the current month’s clinic location dates and times.

Have questions?

Send us an email.

Content is updated as new information and vaccines become available. The Immunization Clinic staff regularly reviews materials for accuracy.

Mary Bridge Children’s partners with GlaxoSmithKline & with the Tacoma Pierce County Health Department to support the Immunization Clinic outreach program in the community. Community outreach support is provided by GlaxoSmithKline, which invests in local nonprofits to build and sustain healthy communities. also partners with the clinic for community outreach.The Immunization Clinic also receives funding from the Mary Bridge Children’s Foundation. Learn more about Mary Bridge Children’s Foundation.