Most are walk-in basis, but can complete form online in advance
Covid First Series and Boosters
We are waiting the arrival of our vaccines! They have been ordered, hopefully by end of September we can start!
This vaccine is available to anyone over the age of 50 or anyone immunocompromised age 19 and older. It is a two shot series, the first series can be administered as a walk-in or signing up online, the second shot we will reach out to you to help schedule appointment 2-6 months after your first vaccine. This is covered by insurance, but there is typically a copayment.
People who are or will be immunodeficient or immunosuppressed and would benefit from completing the series in a shorter period can get the second dose 1-2 months after the first.
If you've previously had a herpes zoster infection, you can still get the vaccine as long as you are not currently experiencing a symptomatic episode of the infection.
If you have received a Zostavax vaccine, you can still get the Shingrix vaccine. Ideally you will wait at least 5 years after Zostavax to get Shingrix, but minimum
Flu Shots 2023-2024
It's that time of year. Flu shots are trickling in! We are doing walk-ins, so feel free to swing by and ask if you can get yours today.
Reminder, if you are over the age of 65, the recommendation is that you get the high dose flu shot.
Also we do visit some employers and run some clinics at local facilities. Need us to come to your business? Let us know, our oversite offerings do tend to fill up pretty fast though!
We are now offering the RSV vaccine, Abrysvo! Covered by most insurances, this is a great option for anyone who is over the age of 60.
According to the CDC, RSV activity peaked in 2022 during October/November, so DON'T WAIT on getting this vaccine!
This vaccine can not be given within two weeks of any other vaccine, so we have been recommending for people that are eligible that they get RSV first, and then in 2 weeks they come back for their Flu/Covid vaccine since we're currently unable to give Covid vaccine due to availability. Currently, this is a one and done type of vaccine, but that could change in the future.