Walk-In Immunization Services
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You need a dose every fall (or winter) for your protection and for the protection of others around you.
Adults 65 year or older should receive two types of pneumococcal vaccine (PCV 13 and PPSV 23). Patients may be required to get vaccine early if you are smoking, have asthma or diabetes.
Hepatitis A Vaccine
You need this vaccine if you have a specific risk factor for hepatitis A infection or if you simply want to be protected from this disease. The vaccine is usually given in two doses, 6 to 18 months apart.
Hepatitis B Vaccine
You need this vaccine if you have specific risk factors or if you simply want to be protected from this disease. The vaccine is given in three doses, usually over 6 months.
Patients 50 years or older should receive one dose to two dose once a lifetime
All adults who have not yet received a dose of Tdap, as an adolescent or adult, need to get Tdap vaccine (the adult whooping cough vaccine). Pregnant women need a dose in every pregnancy. After that, you will need a Td booster dose every 10 years. Consult your healthcare provider if you havenÆt had at least three tetanus- and diphtheria-containing shots sometime in your life or have a deep or dirty wound.
Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
You need this vaccine if you are a woman age 26 years or younger or a man aged 21 years or younger. Other men age 22 through 26 who want to be protected from HPV may receive it, too. Men aged 22 through 26 years with a risk condition also need vaccination. Check with your healthcare provider. The vaccine is given in three doses over six months.
There are different types of meningococcal vaccines that are recommended for use in adults. These vaccines may be used to protect people during an outbreak of meningococcal disease.
MenACWY: If you are a first-year college student living in a residence hall. Adults who are at risk due to certain health conditions need this vaccine.
MenB: vaccine may be given to any adult who wants protection from this disease, preferably at 16û23 years of age. Measles, Mump & Rubella (MMR) You need at least one dose of MMR if you were born in 1957 or later. Many people need a second dose.
Chicken Pox Vaccine (Varicella)
If youÆve never had chickenpox or were vaccinated but received only 1 dose, talk to your healthcare provider to find out if you need this vaccine.
Haemophilus Influenzae type B (HIB)
Some adults with certain high-risk conditions need vaccination with Hib. Talk to your healthcare provider to find out if you need this vaccine.
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