The following vaccines can be obtained dependent on manufacture’s availability with a scheduled nursing visit:
- Chicken Pox (Varicella) - series of 2 injections: day 0 and 4-8 weeks later.
- Hepatitis A vaccine for travel/precaution against food- or water-borne hepatitis - series of 2 injections: day 0 and 6-12 months later.
- Hepatitis B vaccine for protection against blood/body fluid-borne hepatitis - series of 3 injections: day 0, 1-2 months, and 4-6 months.
- Hep A & B Combined (Twinrix) vaccine - series of 3 injections: day 0, 1 month and 6 months.
- HPV vaccine for protection against high-risk strains of HPV associated with cancer of the cervix - series of 3 injections: 0, 2, and 6 months. Up to age 26 years old.
- Influenza vaccine - yearly, seasonal (usually September through June)
- Meningococcal vaccine
- Measles, Mumps; Rubella vaccine - should be given twice since first birthday.
- Polio vaccine - usually for travel to high risk areas.
- Pneumococcal vaccine - one dose for smokers and people with certain chronic health conditions; one additional dose for all adults over 65 years of age.
- Rabies vaccine prophylaxis
- Tetanus, Diphtheria vaccine - initially 3 doses in childhood, then every 10 years is recommended.
- Tetanus, Diphtheria and Pertussis (Tdap/Whooping Cough) vaccine - a one time booster is recommended for adolescents and adults.
- Typhoid vaccine - injectable
- Varicella vaccine - two doses at least 28 days apart.
These require a Physician order:
- Japanese Encephalitis vaccine - series of 2 injections: 28 days apart (requires Travel Clinic appt)
- Rabies vaccine – post exposure
- Yellow Fever vaccine - Must be completed at least 10 days prior to travel to risk areas. (requires Travel Clinic appt)
- Typhoid vaccine - oral (requires Travel Clinic appt)
Available in Pharmacy with a prescription
- Cholera vaccine