In addition to the Flu shot, additional vaccines include:
Free with Insurance – *Must bring insurance card $35 without Insurance
Pfizer Bivalent Booster If you are <65 years of age and have received the bivalent booster then you are up-to-date. You can receive another bivalent booster shot if: You are > 65 years of age and it has been 4 months since your last bivalent dose You are immunocompromised and it has been 2 months since your last bivalent dose Tetanus/Whooping Cough Everyone needs a tetanus vaccine every 10 years especially around newborn babies, elderly, or immunocompromised. If you can’t remember or if you can’t prove that you have received this vaccine, you are recommended to get the vaccine again! Pneumonia One shot before 65 years old if they smoke, have asthma, COPD, diabetes, renal disease, chronic heart/lung/liver disease, etc. Everyone receives a shot once they turn 65 years of age Shingles Everyone that is 50 years or older and then a 2nd dose 2-6 months later. It is over 90% effective! Hepatitis A/B Important for those less than 60 years old and have diabetes or traveling.