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Clinic Information

Community Clinics

The following clinics are conducted at the Allentown Health Bureau located in Alliance Hall, 245 N. 6th Street.

Click the clinic names below to learn more.

Immunization Clinics

Phone: 610-437-7754

For city children ages 2 months - 18 years by appointment only during the following times:

  - Wed. 1:30 - 4 PM
  - Thr.  8:30 - 11:45 AM
  - Thr.  4 - 6 PM (once a month)

For city adults by appointment only on Fridays from 1:30 - 4 PM

Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Clinic

Walk-in (includes full STD exam and HIV blood test) on the following days:

  - Tue. 1 -4 PM*

 Free for both City of Allentown residents and non-city residents

*The number of patients accepted into clinic is subject to provider availability.

HIV/Syphilis Testing Clinic

Phone: 610-437-7742 Walk-in only at the following times:

  - Tue. 1 - 5 PM
  - Thr. 2 - 4 PM

 Free testing for both City of Allentown residents and non-City residents.  No appointment is necessary.

Early Pregnancy Testing Clinic

Phone: 610-437-7754

Walk-in only on Thursdays from 2-4 PM. No appointments necessary.

Tuberculosis Clinic

Phone: 610-437-7632

For City residents on the following days:  

  - Mon. 2 - 4 PM

TB Doctor Clinic - once a month by appointment only

Health News

  • Free Radon Test Kits Available
    Free Radon Test Kits Available

    The Allentown Health Bureau in cooperation with the American Lung Association and the PA Department of Environmental Protection is offering free radon test kits to Lehigh Valley residents who have nev...

  • Health Bureau Offers Free Flu Vaccines
    Health Bureau Offers Free Flu Vaccines

    The Allentown Health Bureau is offering free flu vaccine clinics on Friday’s from 1:30pm – 4pm, while supplies last. The vaccinations will be free to the public for individuals 6 months of age and ol...


The Allentown Health Bureau's mission is to prevent disease and injury and to protect and promote the public's health.

Board of Health

An advisory group of community volunteers responsible for recommending policies and program priorities of the Bureau. The board meets the first Thursday bi-monthly at 12:00 Noon

 Public Health is for Everyone. The three core functions of public health are:
  • Assessment of the population's health status
  • Development of public policies to maintain and promote health
  • Assurance that the population has access to public health services

Contact Information
Garry Ritter, RS

Allentown City Hall
435 Hamilton St., 4th Floor
Allentown PA, 18101

Phone: 610-437-7759
Fax: 610-439-5946
Information & Forms

Food Safety for Food Employees

Food Service Facility Fees

Food Service Plan Review Packet
(Includes Application)

Non-profit Temporary Food Application

For-profit Temporary Food Application

Mobile Vendor Application

Food Service Violation Ticket Appeal Request

Child Care Facility Fees