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Vaccines

All the vaccines your family needs.
We offer vaccines like flu, COVID-19, shingles, pneumonia, RSV, and more. Making plans to travel out of the country? We can also help with required travel vaccines. 
  • Walk-in appointments are available at all of our locations for adults and children ages 6 years and older. 

 

  • Vaccines for children ages 6 months through 5 years are offered at our vaccine clinic located at 807 W. Layton Ave. in Milwaukee. Appointments are required in advance.
COVID-19 Vaccine Update: Please note we currently have updated COVID-19 vaccines in stock for people ages 12 and older. Check back for here for an announcement when COVID vaccines for younger children are available.

We offer the following vaccines:
  • COVID-19

  • Flu

  • Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)

  • Shingles

  • Pneumonia

  • Tetanus, Diphtheria , Pertussis (Tdap or Td))

  • Human Papillomavirus (HPV)

  • Hepatitis A and B

  • Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR)

  • Meningitis

  • Chicken Pox (Varicella)

  • Typhoid

  • Polio

For your appointment:

  • Patients under 18 years old must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.

  • Wear comfortable clothing and a short-sleeve shirt.

  • Check in at the pharmacy counter when you arrive.

  • Plan to stay at least 15 minutes after the appointment for observation.

  • If you have any questions, please call the pharmacy.

  • If you feel sick on the day of your appointment, or are diagnosed with COVID-19 within 10 days of appointment, please reschedule for when you are feeling better.

  • Save time and complete a Vaccine Consent Form and bring it with you to your appointment, along with your insurance card (if available). If not completed in advance, the consent form can be completed at the pharmacy prior to the vaccination.

 

 

 

We’ll help you stay up to date on your vaccines. See what is recommended for you. 

 

COVID-19 

  • The COVID-19 vaccine protects against the coronavirus, reducing the risk of severe illness and transmission. 

  • It is recommended that everyone ages 6 months and older stays up to date on the COVID-19 vaccine. 

Learn more. 

Influenza (Flu) 

  • The flu vaccine helps prevent influenza, a contagious respiratory illness that can lead to serious health complications. 

  • It is recommended that everyone ages 6 months and older is vaccinated against influenza every fall or winter for their protection and for the protection of others.

Learn more.

Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) 

  • The RSV vaccine is designed to protect against respiratory syncytial virus, a common respiratory infection that can be severe in infants, young children, and adults 60 years and older.

  • It is recommended that adults ages 60 years and older get this vaccine.

Learn more. 

Zoster (Shingles) 

  • The shingles vaccine guards against the painful skin condition caused by the reactivation of the chickenpox virus. 

  • It is recommended that everyone ages 19 years or older and have a weakened immune system or are ages 50 years or older should get this vaccine. 

  • It is a 2- series vaccine. 

Learn more.

Pneumonia (Prevnar 20) 

  • The pneumonia vaccine helps prevent bacterial pneumonia, a potentially severe lung infection. 

  • It is recommended that all adults ages 65 years or older should be vaccinated. Adults younger than 65 should be vaccinated if they have certain underlying medical conditions.

Learn more. 

Tetanus, diphtheria, whooping cough (pertussis) (Tdap, Td) 

  • Tdap vaccine provides immunity against tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis. 

  • It is recommended that everyone ages 11 years and older receive a Tdap vaccine and then receives a booster every 10 years. 

Learn more.

Human papillomavirus (HPV) 

  • The HPV vaccine guards against several strains of the virus known to cause various cancers and genital warts. 

  • Anyone ages 9 years old to 45 years old can get this vaccine. 

  • The vaccine is given in 2 or 3 doses over a 6-month period. 

Learn more. 

 

Hepatitis A (HepA) 

  • The Hepatitis A vaccine prevents a viral infection that affects the liver. You need this if you have a risk factor for liver disease. 

  • If you are 19 years of age and older and have an additional risk factor, it is recommended that you receive this vaccine. 

  • The vaccine is given in 2 doses, 6–18 months apart. 

Learn more. 

 

Hepatitis B (HepB) 

  • The Hepatitis B vaccine prevents a viral infection that affects the liver. 

  • It is recommended for all adults younger than 60 year old, or if you are 60 years or older and have a specific risk factor. 

  • The vaccine is given as a 2-3 dose series. 

Learn more.

Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR) 

  • The MMR vaccine protects against measles, mumps, and rubella, which are viral diseases that can cause serious health complications.

  • It is recommended that everyone ages 1 year and older gets the MMR vaccine to protect against measles, mumps and rubella. 

Learn more. 

Meningitis (MenB) 

  • The meningitis vaccine safeguards against bacterial and viral infections that can lead to inflammation of the membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord. 

  • It is recommended for people ages 16 years through 23 years or those with several health conditions. 

Learn more. 

 Meningitis (MenACWY)

  • The meningitis (ACWY) vaccine is a combination vaccine that provides protection against four different serogroups of Neisseria meningitidis bacteria, helping prevent meningococcal disease, a potentially serious and life-threatening infection.

  • It is recommended for people ages 2 months old through 55 years of age. 

Learn more. 

Varicella (chickenpox) 

  • The chickenpox vaccine shields against the highly contagious varicella-zoster virus. 

  • It is recommended that everyone ages 1 year and older gets the varicella vaccine.

Learn more. 

Typhoid (Typhim)

  • The Typhim vaccine offers protection against typhoid fever, a bacterial infection typically contracted through contaminated food or water.

  • It is recommended for people ages 2 years and older who are traveling to regions where typhoid fever is endemic: Asia, Africa, and Latin America.

Learn more. 

 

Polio (IPV)

  • The polio vaccine is designed to immunize against poliovirus, a virus that can cause polio, a paralytic disease that has been nearly eradicated. 

  • It is recommended for children at 2 months old to start the 4-part series of polio vaccinations. 

  • It is recommended for adults 18 years and older who are traveling to areas with ongoing polio transmission to receive a polio vaccine booster.

Learn more. 

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