|Mar 04 - Aug 01, 2022|
All students will need a school physical before starting Kindergarten. A school physical can be obtained by seeing your child'spediatrician or at a local walk-in clinic.The Florida Department of Health in Charlotte County does not provide school physicals..
Parents will need an original birth certificate.
Parent/Guardian will need a valid government issued id to obtain the certificates.
Birth Certificates can be issued only to:
- Registrant (the child named on the record) if of legal age (18)
- Parent(s) listed on the Birth Record
- Legal guardian (must provide guardianship papers)
- Legal representative of one of the above persons (must provide proof)
- Other person(s) by court order (must provide recorded or certified copy of court order)
For children born in the State of Florida –
The parent can go to any county health department to obtain the record.
They do not need to go to the county the child was born
Times and hours vary by county.
In Charlotte County there are two locations to obtain a birth certificate.
Florida Department of Health
1100 Loveland Blvd
Port Charlotte, Florida 33980
941-624-7200 ext. 7298
No appointments –
Issuance 7:45 am to 4:00 pm
Certificates are $12 each.
Cash, Check, MC/Visa accepted
Englewood Tax Collector
6868 San Casa Drive, Englewood, Florida 34224
By appointment only
Check with them for pricing.
For children born out of state
Parents can order birth certificate www.vitalchek.com
Fees vary by state
Immunization records will need to be on a Florida 680 form.
Most children going into kindergarten need the 4-6 year old vaccines.
The Department of Health in Charlotte County offers appointments for children for vaccines.
Parents are encouraged to call early to set up their appointments.
Will need to bring:
- Previous shot records
- Child’s social security card
- Parent will need a valid government issued ID.
For more information call or email. To make an appointment, please call 941-624-7200.