Whether you have never had vaccinations or simply need a booster, we are available for walk-in visits to update your vaccinations. If this is all you need then you do not need to wait for a provider visit and need only see our nurse.
Hepatitis A - $125 per dose
Hepatitis B - $115 per dose
Seasonal Flu - $30
Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR) - $135
Varicella - $195
Tetanus & Diphtheria (Td) - $45
Td (above) plus Pertussus (TdaP) - $75
Why are Vaccines important?
Vaccines are important because they protect individuals and communities from serious and sometimes deadly diseases. Vaccines work by training the immune system to recognize and fight specific pathogens, such as viruses or bacteria. When an individual receives a vaccine, their body produces an immune response that prepares them to fight the pathogen if they are exposed to it in the future. Vaccines have been successful in eradicating diseases such as smallpox and reducing the incidence of others, such as measles and polio.
Vaccines not only protect the individual who receives them but also contribute to herd immunity, which occurs when a large enough portion of a population is immune to a disease. When this happens, the spread of the disease is slowed, and those who cannot receive vaccines due to medical reasons or other circumstances are protected. This is particularly important for vulnerable populations such as young children, the elderly, and individuals with weakened immune systems.
In addition to protecting individuals and communities, vaccines are also cost-effective. The cost of vaccination is typically much lower than the cost of treating the diseases that vaccines prevent. Overall, vaccines are an important tool in public health and have saved countless lives around the world.