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Protect your family & yourself!


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  • Flu

  • Pneumonia

  • Tdap

  • Meningitis

  • HPV

  • Shingles


Everyone age 60 and older should receive one dose of the shingles vaccine.  Shingles is a viral infection that usually presents as a rash on one side of the body.  The rash will often blister & cause moderate to severe pain. 


Meningococcal vaccine is recommended for college students, those enrolling in the military, & travelers to endemic countries.  Meningitis is a relatively rare, but potentially fatal disease which affects the fluid surrounding the brain & spinal cord.

Human Papilloma Virus (HPV)

This vaccine helps protect against some cervical cancers caused by Human Papilloma Virus (HPV).  It's important that all three doses are received for full benefits.  All girls & women ages 9 to 26 years of age should be vaccinated against HPV.

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Influenza (Flu)

Everyone 6 months & older should be immunized against the flu every year.  Common influenza causes fever, sore throat, cough, chills, headache, & muscle ache.  Each year, more than 36,000 people die due to influenza related illnesses.  The best time to get your flu shot is as soon as the vaccine becomes available (usually in September). 


The pneumonia vaccine is recommended for all adults age 65 or over, or any adult with health conditions such as diabetes or lung disease (asthma or COPD).  Pneumococcal disease can result in serious, sometimes fatal infections.  This vaccine can be administered any time of year .

Pertussis (Whooping Cough)

Everyone should get a whooping cough booster shot every 10 years.  Whooping cough affects the respiratory tract causing excessinve coughing that can interfere with breathing. 

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We have standing orders in place for the following immunizations.  We can administer most any vaccine, but no prescription or appointment is required for the vaccines listed below. 

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