Clinic Services

Family Planning/Women’s Specialty, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) and Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) services are provided. Clinical fees or charges are based on income and eligibility requirements. The Immunization Clinic is open to everyone; however, patients may be charged a fee depending on which vaccines and services are needed. Hampton Health Department and Peninsula Health Department are open different hours, so please read on to find your clinic and their hours of operation. HPHD does not hold clinics on Wednesday mornings. Please bring shot record, forms to be completed, insurance information, and document with legal name. Vaccines required for school in Virginia are provided free to children 18 and under. Chargeable vaccines may be paid by cash, check, Visa or MasterCard. Appointments required.

Both Hampton Health Department and Peninsula Health Department offer the following services:

  • Family Planning

  • STI

  • PrEP

  • Immunizations

    • Find your child's vaccine schedule here

Hampton Health Department

Family Planning Services

The Women’s Specialty/Family Planning Clinic operates Monday through Friday. Services by appointment include Family Planning, Komen Clinic, Every Woman’s Life, gynecological check-ups, contraception, and sexually transmitted infection testing. Eligibility for services is required and must be determined annually. Clients need to bring their insurance information, photo ID and 3 most recent pay stubs to the health department Eligibility Office (727-727-1172, ext. 21703). Eligibility hours are 8:00 – 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 – 3:30 p.m., Monday – Friday. Appointment required. For additional information or to make an appointment, please call Central Scheduling at (757) 727-1172, ext. 21703. Pregnancy testing operates on walk in basis and subjected to $15.00 fee.

Peninsula Health Department

Family Planning Services

Offers services to women interested in maintaining their reproductive health while using birth control. Staff will work with you to determine the best method(s) for you, while thinking about your overall health and wellness. Counseling is available for partners, too. Education is provided on birth control methods, including abstinence, self-breast exam, STI prevention, and nutrition. Available services include Pap smear screening and follow-up/treatment of abnormal pap smears (including colposcopy if needed), diagnosis and treatment of STIs, and emergency contraception. Fees may be charged for services and medications on a sliding scale based on income eligibility. Women 17 years and younger may qualify for free services. Appointment required. Call (757) 594-7400 for appointments and additional information.

Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) Services

Any person who suspects they may have been exposed to a sexually transmitted disease (Syphilis, Gonorrhea, Chlamydia, and Human Immunodeficiency Virus.) may be seen in this clinic. We also provide PrEP services. Services are provided on a sliding scale according to ability to pay; some services will be free.  All services are confidential. Eligibility for services is required and must be determined annually.  Clients need to bring their insurance information, photo ID and 3 most recent pay stubs to the health department Eligibility Office (727-727-1172, ext. 21703).  Eligibility hours are 8:00 – 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 – 3:30 p.m., Monday – Friday. Appointment required.

Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) Services

Provides confidential diagnosis, testing, treatment and education related to STIs, including Gonorrhea, Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), Syphilis, and Chlamydia.  Clinicians, Public Health Nurses and STI Health Counselors work together to provide risk reduction counseling, treatment, and partner notification in order to reduce the spread of STIs.

Call (757) 594-7164 to schedule an appointment.

Immunization Services

The Immunization Clinic operates Monday- Friday, providing routine immunizations for children and infants. Immunizations and Screenings are also provided for adults, including pneumococcal (pneumonia) vaccine, influenza (flu) vaccine, and TB Assessments. A fee may be charged for non-routine childhood vaccines. Adult vaccines and TB assessments subjected to fee. Appointment required.

Call: (757) 727-1172, ext. 21717

Immunization Services

Immunizations are provided to protect against vaccine-preventable diseases. Required childhood vaccines are provided free of charge.  A parent or guardian must accompany children under 18 years old.  Please bring a copy of all your child’s shot records and their insurance card.  Adult vaccines are also available.  Appointment required.

**No Tuberculin (TB) screening or testing is done on  Thursdays or prior to state holidays

Questions:  Call 757-594-7410

Please note the above schedule may be adjusted when capacity reached or training events occur.

Hampton-Peninsula HIV/AIDS Services

Confidential HIV testing and counseling.

AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP) available to eligible clients.

Community health education and information on HIV and other sexually transmitted infections is scheduled and provided for groups, workplaces, churches, schools and health fairs.

The PrEP program is offered at HHD (1330 Victoria site) and at PHD (416 J Clyde Morris Blvd site). The program goal is to decrease the spread of HIV. Pre-exposure prophylaxis, better known as PrEP, focuses on providing medication services to individuals at risk of acquiring HIV through risky sexual behavior. PrEP program participants take medicine daily to stop the virus from taking hold and spreading throughout the body. Daily PrEP use reduces individuals’ risk of getting HIV, however, it should not be the only preventative method used because it does not prevent other sexually transmitted diseases. A combination of daily PrEP use combined with the use of condoms is the recommended method of prevention. Appointment required.

Call the Virginia HIV/STD/Viral Hepatitis Hotline at 1 (800) 533-4148 for information on additional services and programs.

Peninsula Health Department: (757) 594-7533

Hampton Health Department: (757) 727-1172, ext. 21703

Immunization FAQs

Can anyone get shots at the Health Department?

Anyone is eligible to receive shots at the health department. You do not have to be a Hampton-Peninsula Health District resident or be at any certain income level. We encourage you to have a primary care provider that coordinates your care and provides all your health services, including immunizations, but we are here to serve you when needed.

Does it cost me anything?

Any childhood vaccine required for school entry in Virginia is provided free of charge. A fee is charged for non-school-required childhood vaccines, and most adult vaccines, TB assessments. Cash, check, Visa, and MasterCard may be used to pay for these. We can bill some private insurance companies but must confirm coverage first.

What do I need to bring with me?

  • Your or your child’s shot record
  • Hospital record of an infant who received Hepatitis B vaccine at birth
  • Any forms you need us to complete
  • Insurance information
  • A document that shows the legal name of the person receiving services

When are shots needed?

See links below:

What shots does my child need to attend daycare or school in Virginia?

Daycare/school Immunization requirements

I need a TB (Tuberculosis) test – Where do I go?

TB skin tests (PPD’s) are not given on request. A TB assessment must be done to find out if there is a need for the PPD. One of our nurses will ask you questions about TB symptoms and possible risk for exposure to TB and decide whether you need to have a PPD. TB risk assessments are done every weekday except Thursdays.

I am traveling out of the country. What do I need?

As of March 1, 2010, Hampton Health Department no longer provides travel immunization services.  Information is available at

Do you give rabies shots? I have been bitten by an animal. What do I do?

Pre-exposure rabies vaccine series is given to people who work in areas at risk for exposure to rabies such as veterinary clinics, nature parks, zoos, etc., or who will be handling animals during foreign travel. This series must be scheduled in advance.

Post-exposure rabies shots must be administered by a physician.  This is typically done in the hospital emergency room.  If you are bitten, the Environmental Health Department is available for consultation to you or your physician.

If you are a Hampton resident, please call (757) 727-2570 for further information.

If you are a resident of Newport News, Poquoson, James City County, Williamsburg, or York County, please call (757) 594-7340 for further information.

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