Information for Providers

Vaccination Information


Louisiana Department of Health – Vaccination Schedule

This document provides information regarding proper timing for vaccinations. It is published by the Louisiana Department of Health and is reviewed and updated annually. To download, click here.

Meningitis Requirements

Since 2016, Louisiana law has required that students who are 16 years of age have a second dose of Meningoccocal Meningitis vaccine. To view a complete copy of the revised statute in Louisiana law, click here

LHSAA Medical History Evaluation Form

This form is required for participation in LHSAA Athletics. It must be completed annually and kept on file at the athlete’s school. Download the form HERE. For questions about LHSAA medical history form, visit

Vaccination Maps

Curious about vaccinations across the US? The AAP has created an interactive vaccination map that allows parents, providers, and other interested groups to learn more about vaccination trends in each state. Click here to explore this helpful resource!

Helpful Resources 

For a full list of trusted sources of information related to vaccines, look at theVBYG homepage.

Vaccine Myths:

There are many common misconceptions about vaccinations. Check out this page from the Louisiana Vaccine Alliance which gives some of the facts about vaccines.

Evaluating Online Resources:
Questions You Should Ask:
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How current is the information?
Online health information sources should display a date when the information was posted or last reviewed.

If they are asking for personal information, how will they use that information and how will they protect your privacy?
This is very important. Do not share personal information until you understand the policies under which it will be used and you are comfortable with any risk involved in sharing your information online.

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