Protect yourself and the ones you love by keeping your vaccinations up to date.

Your local Total Care Pharmacy offers vaccination services available by walk-in or appointment. For additional information or for help deciding if you’re at risk, consult one of our pharmacists. Information collected from the Center for Disease Control.

Flu
(Influenza)

What does it protect against?

The Common Flu, which infects 5-20% of Americans and is responsible for 200,000 hospitalizations every year

Who should get it?

All people over 6 months of age should get this vaccine annually. It is especially important in children, the elderly, those who are pregnant, or those with chronic health conditions.

Pneumonia
(Pneumococcal)

What does it protect against?

Severe disease or hospitalization due to pneumococcal infection, including some pneumonias and meningitis.

Who should get it?

All people over 2 months of age, especially the elderly, and those who smoke, those with diabetes, asthma, asplenia, and other disease states.

Shingles
(Herpes Zoster)

What does it protect against?

Shingles, or nerve pain caused by the chicken pox (zoster) virus. If you’ve had chicken pox, the virus is inside you and could eventually reactivate.

Who should get it?

Adults age 50 and older. Even people who have had shingles can receive the vaccine to help prevent future occurrences.

Whooping Cough, Tetanus, and Diphtheria (Tdap)

What does it protect against?

Tetanus, diptheria and pertussis (whooping cough).

Who should get it?

Anyone who has not had a pertussis vaccination as an adult, or anyone who has not had a tetanus booster in the last 10 years.