Contact Us


(206) 685-1011


(206) 221-0922


Monday – 8AM-5PM
Tuesday – 9AM-5PM
Wednesday – 8AM-5PM
Thursday – 8AM-5PM
Friday – 8AM-5PM
Closed Saturday, Sunday and UW holidays

No appointment needed, but check in at the Patient Service Center

Mailing address

Hall Health Immunization Clinic

University of Washington

Box 354410

Seattle, WA 98195-4410

The Hall Health Immunization Clinic provides education, immunizations, and therapeutic and diagnostic injections to UW students and established patients. Our services include immunizations, flu shots, nasal vaccines and tuberculosis skin testing.  While there is no appointment needed for Immunization Clinic services, please check in at the Patient Service Center on the main floor.


Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 8AM-5PM

Tuesdays: 9AM-5PM

General Information

Contact the Patient Service Center first to arrange for immunizations

While no appointment is necessary for UW students and established patients to receive immunizations from our clinic, some vaccines require an order from a doctor or a nurse. Contact the Patient Service Center by phone or in person to determine the best course of action, or you can get in touch with your Hall Health Center provider through eCare.

UW Measles Requirement

If you have questions about the UW Measles Requirement, visit this page or email

Health Sciences Immunization Program

Health Sciences Students requiring an annual PPD and/or flu vaccine should contact or call (206) 616-9074. The Immunization Clinic at Hall Health does not administer this program.

If you are a Health Sciences student needing a review of your immunization history to meet your program’s requirements, you may contact the Patient Service Center or use your eCare account to schedule an appointment with a provider. There may be a fee for form completion. The visit is subsidized through the Student Activity Fee.


Flu Vaccine

Flu shot update

Hall Health Center has the 2015-2016 flu vaccine in stock and available on a walk in basis for students and established patients as of September 18, 2015.

Please check in at the Patient Service Center before going to the Immunization Clinic.

Payment options

Health insurance will be billed directly. To determine if services at Hall Health Center are covered under your insurance plan, visit our insurance information page.

Flu vaccine information

  • The influenza season in the Northwest can begin in late October or early November. Because of this, September is a good month to get your flu shot.
  • 2015-16 flu vaccine strains include Influenza A: H1N1, H3N2, and Influenza B: Yamagata lineage and Victoria lineage virus. It is a quadrivalent (4 types) preservative-free vaccine formula.
  • Patients 2–49 years of age may get nasal mist, a live virus vaccine, (Flumist™) if all criteria are met; refer to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website for more information
  • Patients 6 months and older may get injectable flu vaccine

Additional resources



I can't register due to a measles hold. What should I do?

Students who are unable to register due to a measles hold must BEGIN THE PROCESS of satisfying the requirement in order to have their hold lifted.

For more information email the Immunization Clinic at

Measles information line: (206) 616-4672
Phone: (206) 685-1018
Address: Immunization Clinic, Rm.101
Hall Health Center
University of Washington
Box 354410
Seattle, WA 98195-4410

Where can I get a Measles Immunity Verification form?

The UW Measles Requirement form can be downloaded from our website here and faxed to (206) 221-0922. Please read both sides of the form. Fill it out legibly and completely and be sure to include your student ID number on it.

If you are unable to download the form, you may fax or mail copies of your documentation to us. Please include your name, address and student ID number with any documentation you send.

  • Click here for more information about the form and for further instructions
Where can I get the measles immunization? What does it cost?

MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) immunizations are available at Hall Health’s Immunization Clinic. If you have had two doses of measles or the MMR vaccine but do not have documentation, you could have a titer, which is a blood test to confirm immunity.

We can bill many insurance plans. Please check with your insurance plan before you come in to the clinic to see if the cost of these services are covered by your benefits.

  • Read about the UW Measles Requirement
Why do I need to verify two measles vaccinations?

The admissions requirement for the University of Washington is for TWO measles immunizations OR a positive titer (blood) immunity test.

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